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Full text of "Green's Connecticut annual register and United States Calendar"

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THE hour of night is, many times, more conven- 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

nvill have the true time of the moon's southing for 

that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nighty 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1811. 

Dominical Letter, F j Solar Cycle, 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Ihdiction, 14 

en Number, 7 1 Julian Period, 6524 
Epact, 6 I 

Names and Chara6lers of the Planets. I 

© or © Sol or Sun. ® or D Luna or Moon, 
^ Herscheil. 1? Saturn. 2/ Jupiter. % Mars. 4 
@ Tellas, or Earth. ? Venus. £ Mercury. 

Names and Cfcara&ers of the Afpefts. 
& Conjunction, or planets situated in the san> i\ 

longitude. 
O Quartile, wheM they are 90 degrees distant 

from each other. 
$ Opposition, when they are 1&0 degrees dis*> 

tent. 
A Triae, when they are 120 degrees distant. 
# Sextile, is When two planets or stars are GO 

degrees distant. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1811. 

rpHERE will be four Eclipses this year, two of the 
* Sun, and two of the Moon, in the 'following order, 
viz. 

I. The first will be of the Moon, March 10th xii the 
morning, visible ; by calculation as follows : 

hi m* 
Beginning, - - - 23 
Ecliptic opposition, - - 1 3 I 
Middle of the Eclipse, - 1 40 
The Eclipse ends, - 2 57 

i Duration* - - - 2 54 

Digits eclipsed 5| on the Moon's north limb. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, March 24th ; 
the conjunction will be at 9h. 25m. in the morning, 
but it will be invisible to us by reason of the Moon's 
south latitude. The center of the penumbra or dark 
shadow of the Moon, will pass over the great Southern 
Ocean, where the Sun will be totally elipsed on the 
meridian, in latitude 39° 35' 3. and longitude 26 Q 10* 
W. 

III. The third will be of the Moon September 2d, in 
the evening ; the latter part only will be seen by us. 

The middle of the Eclipse will be at 5h. 35m. 

The Moon will rise 6h. 28m. 

About 5 digits eclipsed on the Moon's southern limb. 

The Eclipse will end at ^ 7h. 13m. 

Duration of visibility 45 minutes. 

j IV. The fourth will be a great Eclipse of the Sun, 

September 17th,, in the afternoon, visible (if the air be 

'. clear) by calculation and orthographic projection as 

tibllows — viz. 

/;. m. 
Beginning, at--------Q 57} Apparent 

Middle, -2 38 V time 

End of the Eclipse, -'---- 4 6 j afternoon. 
Whole duration 2h. 9m. Quantity ol greatest obs- 
curation 10-| digits on the Sun's southern limb. 

/ . ;/ 

Apparent semi-diameter of the Sun's disk 54 

J Moon's hourly motion from tiie Siun - - - - 27 If 

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jR'ioon s apparent term-diameter augmented, 14 56 

The Sun's apparent semi-diameter,. 15 57 

The semi-diameter of the penumbra, - - - 30 53 
Moon's latitude at the conjunction, - - - ^ 36 50 N. 
. This eclipse, at Washington City, Alexandria, and 
Richmond, in Virginia, and several other places in the 
southern States, will exhibit a curious appearance ; a 
bright ring of solar light will appear round the dark 
body of the Moon, resembling a splendid gold ring. 



Meetings of FRIENDS, for New-England, are 
held, as by a new arrangement, as follows, viz. 

rjpHE yearly meeting beginning at Portsmouth. R. I # J 
"*■ the 7th day after the 2d 6th day in the 6th month, I 
lit the 9th hour in the morning : public meetings for 
worship begin first day following at Newport and at 
Portsmouth, 10th hour in the morning and 4th hfturin, 
the afternoon. The dieetihgs for business begin atNew- 
port 9th hour,#n the 2d d*y morning following*— The 
yearly meeting consists of five quarterly meetings,!* he 
field as follows : Rhode-Island quarter, the first ^th day 
of the weeks in each following manths tod places, yizw 
— At Providence, the 2d month ; at '/.ast-Grenwici^the 
5th month ; at Portsmouth, in R. I. "the 8th month ; 
and at Somerset, the 11th month.-* Sale in quarter, the 
*4>th 5th day of the weeks in the following months and 
places, viz. at Dover, the 1st month ; atSaybrook,the 
'4th, at Berwick the 8th, and Salem the 10th months. . 
— Sandwich quarter, the 6th day before the last first It 
day, the Sd month, and 2d 6th day the 12th month, at 
3£ew-Bcdford ; the Sd day after the 4th 6th tliy, 6th 
-month, at Nantucket ; and the 2 si 6th dav, the 10th : 
♦month at Sandwich, — Falmouth quarter, (District of 
Maine) the. 5th clay before the 1st 6ih day,the 2d month 
at Windham, the '9th month at Vassalbo rough ? and the 
llth month at Durham ; and at Falmouth, the 5th day 
before the lit 6ih flay; the 6th month. — Smithmdd 
qtiaTter»2d 5th day of the weeks in the following months 
v and places, viz. at SrriithfieKl the 2d month ; at Noiih* 
bridge the 5th month ; at Boitou the 8th Jiioath } and 
at ik icester the 11th sponth. 



H.M-I Names of P facts. 
6 30, New bury port A 



Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Heii Gate A 

Hartford A 

Hingham $ 

Huntington A 

Ipfwich A 

Jamestown A 
Kyngilown .Efojws, A 

Louj>bourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobi He- Point A 

iN?nt,'.cket S 



New- Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 

4 5;Penobfcot 

20J Penfacola 

50! Philadelphia 

45 j Pile a taw ay 
©(Plymouth 
5JPc**epfc]3 Ifland 



ao 



c. 



Port ivoyal, S 
Portfmouth 
Providence 
Purifburgh, S, 
Quebec 
Reedy-Ifland 
Rhode -liland 
Salem 

Sandy-Hock 
Savannah 
oaybrook 
St. Auguftine. 
50 St. John's, Newf. 
Sunbury, Georgia, 
Tvbee Bar 
Wilifo? Stone 
WiiliamfbuKg, Va. 



B, 



30 



V ilmington^V.C* A 



A 2 



2 45 



ATARAX* JhciutKjr the Jiftrcncc of Bi%l)-lYater at feveraj 
places from Nov London, 

THE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New- York, 
Elizabethtown- Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick,, ili North-Caro- 
lina—to which if you add and iubtracl as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high- water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added ; (S) fubtr acted— (H) itands joi 
hours, (M) for minutes. 

Nafnes ef Pluses 
Albany 
Amboy 

Annapolis, Mar, 
A anapoli s, Novf. 
New -Bed ford 
Button 
Burlington 
Can Co 
Cape- Ann 
Cape Fear 
Cafco Bay 
Charleftcn Bar 
Fairfield 

FredericajGtfor^/,?, S 
Georgetown Bar S 



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TANUARY, bftli 3! d&ysv 



Firs. ijr. Id. oh. 43m. alt. I Lastqr. 17d. 4h.24ut.&fV 

Full m.9d.llh.29m.n)or. j NewniQ.24d. 0h.58na.ait 

Fh st quarter, 31st day, 6 h. 9 ni. n:orn. 



Calendar, &c. |©ri.|@s.(F.sea].r.'l>} 



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1 3.jCircuiii. HQ) 7 28^32. 

2J4] Lowryi ?\7/» or 7 27 J4 33] 

3--5|7*i south 8h. 35m. 17 2714 3:^! 



i 5 34 morn 

3 4$ 2;; 



Uncomfortable 7 26 



5,7 jQ &)o*v of clock 6 in. [7 26U 34 
5F;Epiphany. cvWj7 25J4 36 

7^!i hi^h. 
8i3j 



7 24-4 36 
7 2.3-4 37 
7 23;4 37 
7 J2-Ji 38 
7 21J4 39 
7 21J4 39 
7 20J4 40 
7 19:4 41 



weather, 

Lib out the*? days. 
| 9J4 Full moon. 
jiOjS D Apogee. EW/- 

ji 116 tU'd weather 

\\2 7 Cold, windy.. 

J13.F 1st. sund. after Ep. 
1 1 •'*, 2 ■ After a ft It asan I 

]l5lo Oays increased 22 in. 
j i gU I *%j/ or $wq 

j i 7p] Q Gr. clon. comes a 
cold snonv storni. 
in £# 4 h. afterjp. 
2d after Epiph. 

Hazy 9 lowry, 
22J3 1 3 low. More moderated 1 3 
£3|4 7*s south 7h. 8m. J7 12 

New moon. 3 Per. (7 11 
Conversion St. Paul. [7 10 



7 25;4 35 



7 18 
7 17 
7 16 
7 15 

14 
7 13 



\ir\y 

Jtf-2 



Full tides. 
3d. aft. Epiph. 

co/<:/ sin? atsoh; 



ir&fi 7 9 



2V[2 O slow of clock 14 m. 
U)!m£o/#<? tdcasurd weat'ur, 
jlVlnf. 605- O0j) 



4 42 
4 43 
4 44 
4 45 
i 46 
4 47 
4 47 
4 48 
4 49 
4 50 
4 51 



8j4 52 
7<4 52 
614 54 
5 1 55 
414 56 



4 3! 
5" 2(. 

6 9 

6 58 

7 46 

8 04 

9 21 
10 7 
10 52 



1 2) 

2 27 

3 2.6 

4 26 

5 16 

6 i 
3 ris 

6 i 
6 55 
11 35} 7 49 
morn. $ 44 

18 9 4C 

1 ljlO 38 
1 44 I 1 36 



2 2 

3 1 
4 

4 5G 

5 52 

6 5 

7 52 

8 53 

9 52 

10 52 

11 45 
aft.3F 

1 2< 

2 is 

3 9 



■;«oitu 

3e 

1 37 

2 41 

3 45 

4 47 

5 50 

6 28 
7 

8 4^ 

9 5 
5 I 
.nor i^ 

9 



i'huKt'AuV irairl 28 days. 


(Full M.8tL6U. 40m.fndvj$. 


New (ii. 2udAli 


•16m, aii. 


Last qr. 16' d, 7ii.2 6m.m. 






MIWI Calendar, he, j <g) ri. | ^) s . | i«\sea.| i\ 3 s . 


1 


6 jDays increased 54m. 7 3;^ 5/ 


3 


:>tf 


j i \i 


% 


r 


ffiir.B.V.M. GaiulkinJr 2 


4 58 


4 


4 7 


1 2 8 


3 


'« 


4th after Epiph. [7 1 


4 59 


5 


3 / 


3 4 


4 


2 


£ iuj£U> Some 6 5'j 


5 I 


6 


2-, 


3 52 


5 


^ 


£?;o~:' o?' rai?i'§ 5 8 


:> 2 


7 


11 


4 41 


6 


-r 


7*s South 6l>. 1 Im. j'6 5? 


5 3 


7 


5>. 


5 30 


7 


5 


3 apogee,, n O % 656 


5 4 


8 


4'S 


6 15 


8 


6 


Full mqdn. p© W 


6 54 


3 6 


9 


2 B 


5 lis 


c 


7 


about these days 


6 5'5 


5 7 


10 


1 1 


6 3 4 


10 


i 


3eptunges. Sutid, 


6 52 


5 S 


to 


5' 


7 30 


11 


2 


□ o y. 


6 5 ] 


5 9 


11 


37 


8 26 


12 





Q si. of clock 15m. 


6 49 


5 1 1 


morn. 


9 24 


13 


4 


Pleasant^ then S 4$ 


5 12 





X. 1 


10 23 


U 


5 


Valentine, [6 47 


5 1 3 


1 


e 


il 23 


15 


6 


comes snow'S 4.k 


5 14 


1 


t j 


morn 


16 


7 


Q0O. or ratn.'G 44 


5 1 6 


2 


4C- 


24 


17 


V 


Sexages. Suncl. 6 43 


5 17 


v> 


3 7 


1 25 


^ g 


2 


Days incr. lh. 36m. 6,42 


5 I 8 


4 


3-i 


2 27 


19 


3 


Gin X linot*. 6 2 3) :6 40 


5 20 


5 


3 ! 


3 23 


20 


4 


3 low. Fall tides. J6 39 


5 2 1 ! 6 


30 


4 20 


2! 


5 


J Perigee, J6 38 


5 22 


7 


30 


5 17 


22 


6 


New moon. 636 


5 24 


8 


3t 


5 sets 


23 


7 


Cold, ra£nm6 3.5 


5 25 


9 


S7 


6 25 


24 


«v 


Quinqa. or Shrove Sun.*6 34 


.26 


10 


?"5 


7 34 


25 


2 


St. Matthias. ggr.elofri 


6 32 


5 28 


11 


1 


8 43 


26 




weather these days. 


6 3] 


5 29 


afh 


y 


9 53 


27 


i 


Ash Wednesday. 


6 30 


5 30 


1 


j 


10 56 


28 


5 


©si. of clock 13m. 


628 


5 32 


1 


53 


12 o 


Ti 


ic Planet VenuY^ffbe mu 


"Tlfag Sti 


r till the 


12! 


.h 


Oct. thence evening sb 


tr to 


the i 


-eai 


•'s 


end. 



1 



MARCH hath 31 days. 



First qr. 1 d. 9b. §m. aft. j Last qr. 17d.6h.16m. aft 

Fall mo. 10d. lh. 31m. m. | New m. 24d. 9h. 25m.m. 

First quart. 31 day, 2h. 9m. aftern. 



Mj W| C«lendar,&c. }®v. |£>sJF.sea.|r,3 s. 



St. DavKi. D0) ;6 27j5 
i5}5 



1st Send, in lent. \6 

-3 high. Perhaps^ 

set midnight. |6 

O si. of clock 11m. 16 
]) apogee. thunder: & 
Windy «6 



20 
2 
2! 
2, 
24 
25 
26 
27 
8 
W 
30 
31 



33 2 44 ( niorn. 
35\ 3 34J-0 56 



23 
21 
20 
19 
17 
5 greatest elongation. ;6 16 
14 
13 



6] 4 22 

7S 5 10 

5 58 

6 44 

7 29 

8 13 



2d Sund. in lent. |6 

More rain. 6 

Vapor. Jo 12 5 
Days incr. 2h. 40m. |6 10 
Ccld for $ firings 6 9 
and there may k&;6 7 
snow. 6 6 
3d Sun in lent. D 3 '6 5j5 
(3 low. p£)k;6 3 5 
Lovjry weather^ 2i5 
perhaps rain .' 6 1 15 
in Y 7,nom. 3 per. 6 0,'5 
Windy weather. 5 58;6 
Pretty full tides, 5 57|6 

4th in lent Mjd It.Sun. 5 55J6 
Annun. B.V.M. 5 54;6 

Foggyy warm. 5 53 6 
slow of clock 5 m. 5 51 
7*4 set 10h. 36m. 5 50 

j Flying shower* 5 48 

a£o?il flfawfc r/ap'.|5 47 
|5ihmlent D0 3 15 45 



1 52 

2 33 

3 24 

4 3: f 

4 42J 

5 16 



8 56] 5 50 

9 40; 3 rise 

10 24J 7 23 

11 9. 8 21 
11 55, 9 21 
morn.; 10 22 

45*11 23 

1 36 morn. 

2 30, 22 

3 25; 1 21 
■4 22J 2 14Ll 

5 20! 3 rJ 

6 18 3 52; 

7 15- 4 S7J 
3j 8 12J 5 18 1 
5J 9 7:>setsj 
7| 10 7 36 



j 



10 54J 8 42 
It 48) 9 48j 
aft.40Jl£> 49 
. 1 33*1 1 51 
13 9. 24 m*;rn.' 
15! 3 13J 40 





APKli, Ir.ith 30 days. 


■ - 


full m, 8d. 6fo. 16 m. aft. 

Last qr. 16d. 2h. lm. mo. 


New mo. 22d.7fr.32m.aft. 
First qr. 30d. 8h. 16m.m. 


M|W| Calendar, kc. |©r.|®s, 


|F.sea.|r. j) s 


1 2 Day 's i ncrease 3 h . 3 2 m .541 


6 16 


4 1 


1 29 


3 


3 
1 


3 slow of cl. 3 m. 

Warm weather and 


5 42 
5.41 


6 18 
6 19 


4 48 

5 • 3 3 


2 9 
2 5 


4 

6 
7 


> 

5 

r 


3 apogee. ra?/? 
7?;e*/ #£ exfxected. 
r*s set lOh. 3m. 
otli in lent. Palm Sun 


5 4(. 
5 3cS 
5 37 
5 35 


6 20 

5 22 

6 23 
6 25 


6 17 

7 i 

7 45 

8 29 


3 23 

3 56 

4 27 
4 53 


8 

9 


3 


Full ik oon. 

&oggy weather. 


5 3-1 
5 3c 


626 
627 


9 H 
10 1 


3 rise 
7 22 


IO 

I) 
12 
' 3 
14 

M 


5 
6 

r 

F 
3 


'typ. <$ O $ 

A72i/ light ram 
Good Friday* 
and cl. ev. 3 low. 
Easter Sunday, 

Est. Mori. Plea-ant 


5 31 
5 30 
5 29 
5 27 
5 26 
5 25 


6 29 
6 30 
6 3 1 
633 
5 34 
635 


10 .50 

11 41 
morn. 

3* 

1 29 

2 21 


8 23 

9 25 

10 25 

11 25 
morn. 

145 


16 

(is 


3 (&i Tue%d. G0) 
5 15 perigee. 


5 24 

5 22 
5 21 


6 35 
6 38 

6 3S 


3 jr'j 

4 18 

5 12 


1 1 1 

1 57 

2 42 


ft 9 6 


I,owry weather- 


5 20 


6 40 


6 e 


3 20 


20 7 
2|'Fj 


O in y 8 aflern. 

1st. a£ E. Low Sun. 


5 fa 

5 17 


5 42 

6 43 


7 G 
7 54 


3 58 

4 34 


22 2 [New im,on. 


5 16 


5 4-* 


8 47 


3 sets 


335 7%#et9 (/clock. 


5 i5 


5 45| 


9 40 


7 37 


^;4. jDay's increase 4h. 34m. i 


5 13 


4/ 


10 34 


8 39 


2sj* St. Mark. j 


5 i 2 


6 48 


\ i 07 


9 42 


*6.'6 10 Hi si of clock 3 m. 


5 11 


a < t v> 


ift. 3? 


10 35 


n\rh high. 

28 F jld afjiej Faster* 

^9 2 | I'hunderiri many f daces. 


5 r J 

a 8 

5 ~ 


6 50 
6 52 
6 53 


1 li 

2 r 

2 4f. 


1 1 29 
nor.* . 

t 1 


3;> 


u> 


]) r,po;*-?<\ D0 3) 




5 tf 


6 5 i 


3 3; 


54 



■ 



i 




MAY hath 31 days. 






Full moon 8d. 7h. 52m. m. 


New m. 22d. 5 h. 55m, mo, 


Last qr. 15 d. 7h.39m.mo. 


First qr.30d.2h.25m.mo. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|g)s.|F.sea.|r. Ds. 


14 


Gen. Elect. Newport. 


5 5655) 4 19 


1 29 


2 


5 


Pleasant and 


5 4i6 56 5 3 


2 4 


O 


6 


Day's increase 4h»36m 


5 2 


658 


5 46 


2 34 


4 


7 


more rain near 


5 1 


6 59 


6 29 


3 5 


6 


i 


id after Easter. 


5 


7 


7 14 


3 35 


6 


2 


1 ull tides, these days. 


459 


7 1 


8 


4 5 


^ 


3 


7*s bet 8h. 7rn. 


458 


7 2 


8 49 


4 35 


8 


i 


Full moon. ^0| 


4 57 


7 3 


9 39 


3 rise 


9 


5 


Gen. Elect. Hartford. 


4 56 


7 4 


10 33 


8 21 


10 


6 


Pleasant 


4 55 


7 5 


11 28 


9 21 


ij 


7 


3 low. weather* 


4 54 


7 6 


morn. 


10 21 


1 2 


I-' 


4th after Easter. 


453 


7 7 


24 


11 11 


1 ..; 


> 


O f&« of cl. 4m. 


452 


7 8 


1 21 


morn. 


k 




]) perigee. 


451 


7 9 


2 17 


1 


15 


I 


D0J Mw y*u 


4 50 


7 10 


3 11 


42 


N 


5 


may exficct rain. 


4 49 


7 11 


4 5 


1 23 


17 


6 


Day's length 14h..24m. 


4 48 


7 12 


4 57 


1 59 


1c 


7 


Pleasant 


4 47 


7 13 


5 49 


2 36 


1$ 


i? 


5th af, Easter. 


4 46 


7 14 


6 40 


3 12 


20 


2 


weather. 


4 45 


715 


7 32 


3 49 


21 


3 


© in XX 8 he after. 


4 44 


7 16 


8 24 


4 26 


22 


4 


New moon. 


4 43 


7 17 


9 17 


3 set. 


23 


j 


Asceri. Holy Thursd. 


4 42 


7 18 


10 1 


8 28 


24 


6 


<?G S. 3 ^)g^ 


4 42 


7 18 


11 2 


9 18 


25 


7 


Y7*t? tcudcUng 


4 4! 


7 19 


11 53 


10 9 


2 6 


s? 


Sun. af ascen. 3) apog- 


4 40 


7 20 


aft. 4 1 


10 49 


27 


2 


clouds denote rain. 


4 39 


721 


I 28 


11 29 


28 


3 


0fast of clock 3m. 


43^ 


721 


2 14 


morn. 


29 


4 


Gen. Elec. Boston. * 


4 3< r ' 


7 22 


2 57 


2 


30.5 


□ D H arm 


4 37 


7 23 


3 40 


35 


3 1*6 


Infc 6Q§. weather .U 3"? 


7 23 


4 23 


1 4 



JUJNfci nam ov ciays. 



Fail mo. 6 d.6h.20m. aft. 


New m. 20 d.5h.l5m.aft. 


Lastqr. 13 d.0h.29zn.aft. 


First qr. £8d. 7h.3iwnaft. 


;V1|W| Calendar, Sec. |(x)ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. 3>> 


1 7 


Thunder and lightning 


4 36 


724 


5 6 1 34 


2 F 


Whit. Sunday. 


4 36 


7 24 


3 51 


2 5 


3 2 


with shower 8 


4 35 


7 25 


6 30 


2 37 


4 3 


Day's length 14h.50m. 


4 35 


7 25 


7 28 


3 12 


5 4 


o* © % « o/' ra/rc, wott 


4 34 


726 


8 21 


3 47 


65 


Full moon. 


4 34 


726 


9 15 


D rise 


76 


J) low. or less. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 13 


8 10 


87 


© fast of clock 1 m* 


4 33 


7 27 


11 11 


9 2 


9F 


' Trinity Sunday. 


4 32 


7 28 


morn. 


9 55 


i0 2 


3 perigee. //o^ 


4 32 


7 28 


7 


10 39 


U 3 


St. Barnabas. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 5 


11 25: 


*2 4 


weather near 


4 31 


7 29 


1 59 


11 59 


13 5 


P0) these days\AZ\ 


7 29| 2 51 


morn.! 


U6 


£) and clock even. 


4 31 


■7 29) 3 43 


35J 


15 7 


o°oW Haz y- 


431 


lr 29 


4 33 


1 10 


16 I 


1 I at after Trinity. 


4 30J7 30 


5 24 


1 451 


172 


A growing season if 


4 30,7 30 


6 14 


2 23; 


lata 


not too dry. 


4 30J7 30 


7 6 


3 2 


19U 


Groton Union Center. 


4 30 


7 30 


7 57 


3 41! 


20 5 


New moon. } high. 


4 30 


7 30 


8 49 


3 sets 


21 6 


> Day's length 15 hours. 


4 30J7 30 


9 40 


7 58 


22 7 


' 0in£55mor. A welcome 


4 3C 


7 30 


10 30 


8 48 


' 2s;i 


7 2d Sund. after Trin. 


4 3C 


>7 30 


U 17 


9 22 


24 3 


I St. John B. ^ apogee. 


4 3C 


) 7 30 


aft. 3 


9 47 


25 : 


i rain about these 


4 30,7 &C 


46 


\0 32 


26U 


L Q slow of clock 3 m. 


430J7 ~SC 


1 3( 


11 i 


27 . 


5 days ; thundei 


4 3 |7 3( 


1 2 ] c . 


11 30 


23 < 


5 D0) and lightning. 


4 sir 2f 


> 2 56 


.11 59 


29' 


' St. Peter. Clear 


4-31|7 2S 


> 3 3C 


jinorn. 


3q| 


1 3d after Trinity. 


4 "3 ijr 29* 4 24 j 29 



J U I. j ¥ h at h 31 el a y s . 


Full moon 6d.2h. 39n\.mo. j New in. 20d. 6h.l7m. m 


Lastqr. J2d. 5 h. 56™. aft. | First qr.28d.10h.47in.rn. 


M|\V| Calendar, fcc. | ®ri.|©s. 


F..sea|i\ 3) s. 


1 


2 


A growing season. 


431 


7 29 


5 111 2 


2 


3 


Visita. B. V. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 2 


1 3$ 


3 


4 


Rain and per ha pi 


4 32 


7 28 


6 56 


2 18 


4 


3 


slow of clock 4m. 


4 32 


7 28J 


7 52 


3 2 


X 


6 


1) low. thunder. 


4 33 


7 271 8 5 1 


3 45 


3 


7 


Full moon. 


% So 


727 


9 51 


3 rise 


7 




4th aft. Trinity. 


.1 34 


726 


10 42 


8 32 


8 


2 


D perigee. 


i 34 


7 26 


11 47 


9 2S 


9 


3 


Rainy and 


135 


7 25 


morn. 


10 15 


1C 


4. 


D 3/ 9 squally. 


135 


725 


42 


11 41 


11 


5 


Day's shortened 12m. 


13C 


7 24 


1 36 


11 8 


12 


6 


a O D J Far™ 


4 37 


7 23 


2 26 


11 43 


13 


7 


weather. 


1 37 


723 


3 K 


morn. 


14 


i v 


5th af. Trin. 


i. 38 


.7 22 


4 7 


19 


15 


2 


Light 


139 


7 21 


4 5£ 


53 


16 


3 


rain and 


4 39 


7 21 


5 48 


1 38 


17 


4 


) Wgh. 


4 40 


7 20 


6 39 


2 24 


18 


5 


perhaps thunder. 


1. 4 1 


7 19 


7 30 


3 11 


19 


6 


Pleasant. 


441 


7 19 


8 20 


3 54 


20 


7 


New moon. 


4 42 


7 18 


9 9 


3 sets 


21 


F 


6th after Trinity. 


4 43 


7 17 


9 55 


7 53 


22 


2 


D apogee. 


4 44 


7 16 


10 40 


8 27 


23 


o 


in SI 4h. aftern. 


4 45 


7 15 


11 24 


9 


24 


4 


Sup. 605 Mori 


i46 


7,14 


aft. 6 


9 29 


2 5 


5 


St, James. rain. 


t 44 


7 14 


48 


9 58. 


%6 


6 


Osiow of clock 6m. 


% 47 


7 13 


1 31 


10 28 


27 


7 


7*3 set lib. 36m. 


4 48 


7 12 


2 15 


10 58 


48 


F 


71 h after Trin. o © J 


4 49 


7 11 


3 


11 33 


.0 


2 


Pleasant weather. 


4 50 


7 10 


3 49 


morn. 


-0 


3 


Day'* shortened 42m. 


4 51 


7 9 


4 S* 


8 


31 . 


I 


y li.iv Hazy, 


4 52 


7 8 


5 33 


52 



AUGUST hath 31 clays. 


Full trio. 4d. lOh. 6m. m. 


New m.18 d. 9h. 25 m.aft. 


Lastqr. lld.lh. 20m. m. 


First qr. 26d.llh.55m. ait. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.| ©s.|F.sea'.|r. 3 s. 


1 5 


•Lammas. Pleasamte 53 7 7 


6 32 


1 37 


26 


Days. shortened 48m. < 


iS4\7 6 


7 31 


2 37 


37 


13 low. weather 


i55!7 5 


8 31 


3 38 


4 i 


*|gth after Trin. Full© 


4 56J7 4 


9 31 


3 i ist 


52 


3 per. 7*s rise 1 1 o'cl. 


4 57 7 3 


10 29 


7 51 


6 3 


Abw rati 


4 59)7 1 


11 24 


8 29 


74 


may he expected ■ 


5 0.7 


morn. 


9 7 


85 


□ ©¥ Fleasmn 


5 16 59 


18 


9 44 


9 6 


weather 


9 2J6 58 


1 11 


10 21 


107 


©slow of cl. 5m. 


5 3 


6 57 


2 3 


11 C 


11 1 


9th after Trim. □ © J 


5 4 


6 56 


2 55J11 39 


12 2 


Bain and 


5 i 


655 


3 46*morn. 


13f 


1 3) high* thunder 


5 7 


6 53 


4 37 


24 


144 


1 near these days. 


5 S 


6 52 


5 23 


1 9 


15* 


> Assumption. 


5 9 


651 


6 18 


2 1 


16'( 


> Pleasant. 


5 10 


6 50 


7 7 


2 52 


17/ 


f High tides. 


5 11 


6 49 


7 54 


3 43 


18 1 


v 10th aft. Trin. 40) 


5 13 


6 47 


8 41 


3 set. 


19$ 


I D perigee. 


6' 14)6 46 


9 24 


7 16 


2o : 


j Pleasant nv tat her. 


5 15 


6 45 


10 S 


7 40 


21 i 


1 7*s rise 10 o'clock. 


5 16 


6 44 


10 50 


8 5 


22. 


5 77/e clouds begin 


5 18 


6 43 


11 33 


8 34 


23 


5 in ttjj 4 afternoon. 


5 19 


§41 


aft. 16 


9 4, 


24 


7 St. Earth. 


5 20 


6 40 


1 


9 37 


25 


F 11th aft. Trin. 


521 


6 39 


1 46 


10 10 


[•26 


2 D © 3 . to promise rain 


523 


6 37 


2 35 


10 52 


1 27 


3 Days short. In. 48m. 


5 24 


6 36 


3 27 


11 34 


28 


4 Com. Cambr. & Dart- 


525 


S35 


4 22 


morn. 


29 


5 St.JohnB. [mouth. 


5 27 


6 35 


5 IS 


29 


30 


6 and'cl. even. 3 low, 


5 28 


6 32 


6 18 


1 24 


it 


7 1 r<rn/ good weather M 29 


631 7 17 


2 30 



t E M ftfr tt Hath 3o ctias. 



Full mo. 2 d.5n, 48 m.aft. 



lUist qr. 9 d. 11 h. 52m. m. First qr. 25d. lib. lni.m 



New m. 17d. 2h. 10m. ait. 



\FjTv | Calendar, ixc~ j©ri.|(g)s.|F.sea.|r. D s 

1 v ,12th after Trinity. 5 31,6 291 8 151 3 3^ 



1C 

11 

1 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

\t 

20 

2 

22 

23 

24 

2 5 

26 

27 

28J7 



j o 1 ,6 
5 32 § 



D JO 

5 35 
5 36 
537 

5 39 

5 40 
54 
5 43 
5 44 
5 45 
547 
5 48 
5 49 
5 51 
552 
5 5 
5 5s 
>556 



r ,12th alter Trinity 
2 jMoou eel J p. 5 per 

Wqrm weather. 
\ ICommen. Providence. 
Pleasant 
Q fast of cl. 2m. 
7*s rise 9 o'clock. 
tSthaf.Trin.Nat.V.M. 
Q0D Loivri 

'D high «wr/ raw 

Comment. N.Haven. 
Days shorten. 2h,30m 
Q h * Pleasant 

weather. 
1 4 tli after Trinity 
J apogee. JYow expect 
Great eclip. of the Sun. 
rain m ( II % 
plenty, after 
©fast of cl. 7m. 
St. Matthew. ivhicli\5 5£J6 
1 5th. af.Tr. coolnightsh 5 ( : 6 
in =2= 7h. aftern. [6 
7*s rise 8 o'cl. j) low.:6 2 
D03 More rain 6 

near these days* 6 
Days shorten. 3h. 12m. 6 
fast of clock 10m. 6 
29jFil6thaf.Trin. □ 3J6 
ob Inf. 6 0*. 3 prr, f> K 



291 8 
8 9 



3 

25 
24 
23 
21 
20 
19 
17 
16 
15 
13 
12 

Hi 
9 
8 
6 
5 



11 

11 59 

morn 

53 



10 



8 
9 
10 24 

A] 

2ill 5 
1 aft 4 1 



01 

57i 
56i 
54j 
5 3* 

^! 

50 : 



30 



3 39 
j)rise 

7 



45 
2 

44 

10 29 

11 15 
morn 

5 

55 

1 49 
3 44 

3 39 

4 35 
3 set? 

6 46 



4$ 



22;10 2( 
17J11 2 

lomon 
10; 2 



1 % 

2 3 

3 4' 



OCTOBER hath 3 1 days. 


Full m. ^ (l. 2 h. 29 m. m. | New m. 17(1.7h. 22 m.m. 


Last (jr. 9 d. & h. 14m. m. | First qr. 24d.8h.29ni.ai'u 


Full moon SI <tav. h. 32 m. nf'ertn 


M|YV| Calendar, 6C^. ' '|fe»n.| 


5 48 


f.sea.|i\ V 
8 57 4 4- 


i 


3 Day's shorten 3h.2-im 


6 12 


2 


* jFull moon. 


3 13 5 47 


9 53 


i) ria< 


3 


5 i 


Very high tides. 


3 UJ5 46 


10 50 


7 < 


4 


6 | 


Windy ) coo: 


516. 


5 44 


11 48 


7 4- 


i 


7 


7*s rise 7h. 20ro. 


3 17 


5 43 


morn. 


8 5< 


6 


■F 


1 7 1 h af t . T rin . weal her 


5 IS 


5 42 


38 


9 1* 


7 


2 


^ high. Perhap. 


3 20 


5 40 


1 32 


10 * 


8 


3 


more rain nem 


521 


5 39 


2 25 


10 5/ 


c. 


1 


DQ) these days 


6 22 


5 38 


3 16 


11 4C 


10 


5 


O fast of clock 13 m. 


6 24 


5 36 


•4 5 


morn 


11 


5 


Sup. 60S! 


625 


5 35 


4 51 


44 


12 


7 


Lowry weather. 


6 27 


5 33 


5 37 


1 41 


13 


p 


Uth af. Trin. 


6 23 


5 32 


6 21 


2 37 


}4 


2 


4$ Apogee. 


6 29 


5 30 


7 4 


3 35 


15 


3 


Ston. Baptist Asso. 


631 


5 29 


7 49 


4 25 


16 


4 


$ gr. elan. 


6 32 


5 28 


8 30 


5 IS 


17 


5 


New moon. 


6 33 


5 27 


9 13 


5 sets 


1 is 


6 


St. Luke. 


635 


5 25 


9 58 


6 28 


\ l - 


7 


f Uncomfortable 


6 36 


5 24 


10 45 


7 7 


f 20 


p 


T3thaft. Trin. 


6 37 


5 23 


11 35 


7 4 f • 


1 21 


2 


iv eat her ; lowry 


6 3£ 


5 2l 


aft. 26 


8 3* 


22 


3 


3 low. «#*/ qpfff. 


5 4(. 


5 20 


1 19 


9 22 


23 


1 


Day's shorten. 4h.22m. 


6 41 


5 19 


2 13J10 20 


34 


5 


Oinr^Snicra. D^]) 


5 45 


5 17 


3 7 


;ll n 


25 


f6 


$Wy 


6 4$ 


5 16 


4 4 


morn. 


"^ 


r 


fast of cl. 16m. 


.y 4 5 


5 15 


4 58 


3$ 


27 


:/ 


30th after Trinity. 


5 47 


5 13 


5 52 


1 35 


2^ 


o 


St. Sim. St Jade. Dper. 


6 4? 


5 12 


6 47 


2 47 


i [a» 


3 


Pleasant 


6 49 


5 11 


7 42 


3 59 


K 


4 


cool weather. 


6 5C 


<> 10 


S 37 


5 07 


,31 


3 (Full moon. 


55$ 


5 S 


9 32i 3) rise 

















NOVEMBER nam 30 uavs. 


Lastqr. 7d. 8h. 29 m.aft 


First qu. 23d. 4h. 49m. »• 


Newm.15d.llh.41m.afU 


Full m. 30 d. Oh* 22m. mo. 


MW <>!endar,Scc. |Oi'i.|©s |F .sea.fr. J) s> 


115 


Ail baints. .6 53 


5 7 10 27 


6 24 


257 


Foggy ^ rainy 6 54 


5 6; 11 23 


7 11 


SJP 


21st aft. Trinity. 


3 55 


5 5 morn. 


7 58 


4 r 


5 high. weather. 


3 57 


5 Si 17 


8 59 


53 


More fileasani. 


5 58 


5 2j 1 10 


9 45 


614 Day's shorten-. 4h.5 8m- 


5 59 


5 12 1 


10 40 


715 1Q0) jfifazy. 


7 


5 2 48 


11 35 


8 jo 1 Pleasant 
9u ^ for tht season. 


r i 


4 52 


o o5 | 


morn. 


r 2 


4 58 


4 i:< 


30 


I01F 22d after Trin. 3> apo. 


7 3 


4 57 


5 2 


1 26 


i 12 


i Coo/ 


7 5 


4 55 


5 45 


2 22 


12 3 


! (5 © ¥ weather. 


7 6 


4 54 


$ 2S 


S 19 


113 i 


fast of clock 15 m. 


7 7 


4 53 


7 11 


4 16 


H 5 


luowry. 


7 8 


4 52 


7 55 


5 14 


I 5 5 


New,maon. 


7 9 


151 


8 41 


3 sets 


I a 7 


Pleasant 


7 10 


4 50 


9 30 


5 43 


hr ; 


" 2 3d after Trinity. 


7 11 


4 49 


10 21 


6 29 


13 '2 


Sup. 6 © $ . 3 low. 


7 12 


4 48 


11 14 


7 16 


19 3 


Ao«9 yo.'J m^z/ 


713 


4 47 


aft. 7 


8 1 


so i 


» 7*s south 11 h. 48 m. 


714 


4 46' 1 4 


9 13 


2 1 : 


exfiect rain 


r 15 


4 45} 1 57 


10 17 


22 f 


\ 0in f 1 1 afternoon. 


.7 U 


i 44; 2 5 I 


11 22 


*3 / 


1 1 a 3 • to Z^nty, 2/ 


7 \7 


4 43 3 44 


morn 


24: 


7 24th aft. Trin. 5 per. 


7 18 


4 42J 4 36 


30 


2 5 


J 720/ snow. 


7 18 


14 42- 5 28 


1 39 


26 • 


\ Cold chilbj 


7 19J4 4ll 6 20 


| 2 47 


'-27 


\ Days shorten 5h. 40m. 


7 20 4 40J 7 13 


3 5P 


28 


5 ive.a'her ends the month 


7 2H4 39 


8 8 


5 ( 


29 


1:0 fast of clock 11m. 


7 22 4 of 


9 3 


5 48 


sd 


7 St. Andrew. Fall ® 


17 2214 36 


I 9 57 


D me 



!>£Ct;;MlM£ftt hfct 


i 51 


day 


s. 


1 


Last qi\ 7d. 5 h.37 ni.at't. 1 First (jr. 22d. Ch.43m.aft„| 


Now m. I5(1.2!i. 24m.aft. ( Full in. 29d. 2 h. 24m.aft. 


MAV| Calendar, kc. |&rt.jj)s f i| 


F.sea.Jr.&s. 


i V 


\tlvent Sund. 3 high. 


7 23 


i 37 


To ft 


6 31 


2 2 


Cfi&ttirig iv ca th c r 


7 24 


1.37 


11 43 


7 25 




these days. 


7 24 


-1-36 


morn. 


8 11/ 


4 1 


3 fast of el. 9m. 


7 25 


1< 3.' 


33 


9 ii 


5 5 


Perhajis rain. 


725 


4 3f> 


1 21 


io i c : 


6 6 


Days shorten. 5h. 52m. 


726 


\ 34 


2 7 


11 7 


•77 


^ apogee. D0J 


7 27 


4 3* 


2 50 


morn. 


8 I 


2d \\\ ad. Concep.V.M. 


7 2 7 


i 33i 


3 32 


3 


9 2 


lix 'fleet snoiv f 28 


i 32 


4 14 


59 


10 3 


near this time. 7 28 


4 32 


4 57 


1 55 


I 1 4 


7 *s south 10h. \7 m. 


7 28 


4 31 


5 40 


2 53 


12 5 


Co/r/ weather, 


7 29 


4 3*1 


6 25 


3 5 1 


13 6 


and then more 


7 29 


4 3 1 


7 13 


4 52 


14 7 


moderate, but 


7 29 


4 31 


8 2 


5 54 


i5 i 


« ! 3c! in Advent. 6 O S|? 29 


1 31 


8 55 


$ S&E 


JIGS 


3) low. iscdri 


7 30 


4 30 


9 51 


5 53 


ir : 


> f#m$ £0 tf 


7 30 


1.30 


10 47 


6 59 


18 4 


storm of snow 


7 30 


4 30i 1 1 43 


8 5 


19 : 


) 7*s south 9h»41m. 


7 20 


i 30 t aft.47 


9 8 


20 ( 


> o? 4 r«m. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 30 


10 li 


2! < 


' St.Th. 6©b- 3> p«r. 


7 30 


% 30 


2 23 


11 19 


221 


f 4th in advent. n0J 


7 30 


4 30 


3 14 


mom 


i&J 


I [©enters >5 at noon. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 4 


28 


14K 


5 © and clock even. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 55 


1 34 


35!- 


t Christmas Day. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 47 


2 4 


** 


5 St, Stephen. 


7 30 


4 3C 


6 40 


3 45 


27; 


5 St. John. 


7 30 


4 3C 


7 S3 


4 54 


18* 


7 Innocent. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 26 


5 54 


29 


f 1st after Chr. Full ^ 


7 29 


4 31 


9 19 


<£ rise 


d 


2 Co/d weather ends 


7 29 


43M0 11 


5 54 


31? 


% Sylvester. the year 


7 28 


4 32111 


6 50 



b2 



Rates at which Taxable Polls and Es- 
tates ARE PUT IN THE GRAND LEVY, 

ix The state of Connecticut. 

pOLLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at $60 

r Polls fro -n 18 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Balls four years old, at 10 

Cows, Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, three 

years old, at 7 

Steers, Heifers, and Bulls, two years gld, at 

Horse kind three years old, at 

Horse kind two years old, at 

Horse kind of one year old, at 

Stallions more than three years old, at 

Mules three years old, at 

Mules two years old, at 

Mules of one year old, at 

Covering Jacks, at 

Acres of Ploughland, at 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pas* 
ture, at 

Acres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 

Acres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 

Acres of Meadow Land in Hartford and Mid- 
dlesex Counties, at 

Acres of other Meadow Land, at 

Acres of Bush Pasture, at 

Acres of umnclosed Land, ftr^t rate, at 

Acres of uninclosed Land, second rate, at 

Acres of uninclosed Land, tkird rate, at 

Coaches, at 

Chariots, at 

Phjetons, at 

Coachees, at 

Curricles, at 

Chaises, Chairs, or other two wheel Car- 
riages—fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fif- 
ty, or sixty dollars, according to 'their - 
value. 

i Uher four wheel Carriages on "SpriagSj at 36 

Gold Watches, at 34 

(River Watches, &c. at 10 



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Steel and Brass wheeled Clocks, at 

Wooden wheeled clocks, at 

Fire-places, first class, at 

Fire-places, second class, at 

Fire-places, third class, at 

Fire-places, fourth claaS, at 

Stores, one story high, at 

£fcoi'CS, two stories bidi, at 

btores, three stories high, at 

Ounces ot" Silver Plate, at £>1 11 /w oz. at 

at cc [it-r cent. 
Dollars on interest, at rix per cent* 
Dollars, Bank Stock, at three- per cent* 
Sheep added as a penalty, at 75 

N.B. The poll of each non-commissioned officer 
ana private o. c the militia, is exempted from taxa- 
tion ; provided he produces a certificate from the 
commanding officer oJ the company to which he be- 
longs, on or before the 10th of September, annually, 
that he is equipped according to law, and dressed in 
uniform — and has performed military duty according 
to law, except when prevented by some reasonable 
excuse. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses, 
one fourth, one h~lf, or three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this State, is not put 
in the list when tax?d in the State in which such 
Bank is kept, ,j i 

Attornies, Physicians,^ burgeons and Mechanics 
are exempted from assessment for two years from 
the time they commence business. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS, ~~~ 

FREEMEN'S-MEETINGS, throughout the 
State of Connecticut, are held annually on 
the third Monday in September, and on the 
Monday following the first Tuesday in April. 



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MONIES OF ACCOUNT. 

In England. 
4 Farthings (q.rs.) make 1 penny, d. 

12 pence 1 Shilling,,/. 

20 Shillings I Pound, /. 

A Pound is §4 44 1-9 Cents. 

In France* 
12 Deniers make 1 Sol. 

20 Sols 1 Livre or Frank* 

A Livre or Frank is 18J Centa. 

In Holland. 
16 Phennings make 1 Stiver. 
20 Stivers - — 1 Guilder. 

A Guilder is 39 Cents. 

In Hamburgh. 
12 Deniers snake 1 Sol-lub. 

12 Soi-lubs 1 Mark R-inco. 

A Mark Banco is 35| Cents. 

In Portugal. 
1000 Reas make 1 Milrea. 

A Milrea is gi 24 Cents* 

In Spain. 
34 Maravedies of Plate make 1 Rial of Plate. 
8 Rials of Plate - — 1 Piastre. 

A Piastre is 80 Cents. 
A Rial — 10 Cents. 

In, llusma. 
1C0 Cop* c make 1 Ruble, 

ALSO. 

£0 Mocrrques iv> k: 1 Grivc. 

10 Grivcs 1 Ruble. 

A Ruble is jgl. 



In Poland and Prussia* 
18 Penins make 1 Grew* 

30 Gros 1 Florin. 

8 Florins make 1 Rix Dollar.— A Rix Dollar is gl. 

In Sweden, 
32 Orts make 1 Copper Dollar. 
A Copper Dollar is l\\ Cents. 

In Denmark and Norway, 
16 Schillings make 1 Mark. 

6 Marks •■ 1 Rix Dollar. > 

A Rix Dollar is gl. „ 

In Genoa. 
12 Denari make 1 Soldi. 

20 Soldi 1 Pezzo. 

A Pezzo is gl. 

In Rome, 
10 Bajoches make 1 Julio. 

12 Julio 1 Stampt Crown. 

A Stampt Crown is §1 35. 

In Naples. 
20 Grains make 1 Tar in. 
5 Tar ins — — 1 Ducat. 

A Ducat is 75 Cents. ) 

In India. 

12 Pice make 1 Ana. 16 Anas 1 Rupee. 

30 Cash — 1 Fanam. 36 Fanams — 1 Pagoda. 

A Rupee is go 55% Cents. 

A Pagcda is §1 94 Cents. 

In China. 
10 Cash make I Candarine. 
10 Candarine— 1 Mace. 
10 Mace — 1 Tale. 
A Tale is g 1 43. 



Connecticut Mt$i$tiu 



DUTIES. 

Articles on whhh Duties are payable at their im« 
portation into the United Slates, with Rates 
of Impost, alphabetically arranged* 
A RMS, fire and side, not otherwise 

•" enumerated, or parts thereof 17 r -J per cent '• 

Apparatus, philosophical, especially 
imported for any seminary of learn- 
ing • free. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or bot- 
tles 2 cfs, per gat. 

Almonds 2 cts* per lb* 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and other 
ornaments for women's head dres- 
ses \7\ per cent* 

Anniseed 17£ ditto. 

Anchors 15 ditto. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, pro- 
duct or manufacture of the United 
States, spirits excepted free. 

Brass teutenage and wi re free. 

— iron or steel locks, hinges, hoes, 
anvils and vises 15 ditto. 

all other manufactures of 17£ ditto. 

Balls and balsams, (see powders, pastes, 

&c.) 17£ ditto. 

Bricks and tiles 17J per cent. 

Koots 75 cts. per pr a 

Bocks, blank 15 p €r ccnu 

— , of persons who come to reside 

in the United States free. 

Buttons, of every kind iff per cent. 

Buckles, shoe and knee 17$ ditto. 

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26 



Brashes 

Bullion 

Burgundy wine 

Cannon of Brass 

Carriages, or parts of carriages 

Cards, playing 

, wool and cotton 

Cables and tarred cordage 
Cabinet wares 
Carpets and carpeting 
Cartridge paper 
Candles of tallow 

, of wax or spermaceti 

Cassia, China 

Capers 

Canes, walking sticks and whips 

Cambrics 

Cheese 

China ware 

CopEl&tS 

Cinnamon and cloves 

Cocoa 

Chocolate 

Clogs and goloshoes, (see shoes) 

Cordage, tarred 



35 ditto. 

free. 
45 cts./ier gal. 

17 ? fier cent* 
22* ditto. 
2Scts prpack. 
SOcts.per doz. 

2 cents per lb, 
17 \ per cent. 

1 7 £ ditto. 
17 1 ditto. 

2 els. per lb. 

6 ditto. 

4 cts. per lb* 
17 'i per cent* 
15 ditto. 
15 ditto. 
7 cents per lb. 
17 \ per cent. 
17| ditto. 
20 cents per lb. 

2 ditto. 

3 ditto. 
17\cts.pr.pv. 

2 cethts per lb. 
2£ ditto. 

17^ per cent* .m 
5 cts* per bus. I) 
17 \ per cent. 
free. 

2 cents per lb] 
5 cents per lb. 

3 ditto, 
men manufactures, or both, 



_, un tar red 

Cosmetics 

Coal 

Copper Hfi asmfactures 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars 

Currants 

Qojfee 

Cotton 

Cotton o 



or of which cotton cr linen is the ma- 
terial of chief value, being punted, 
stained or coloured, or cotton manu- 
factures not printed, stained or col- 
oured 15 per cent. 



27 

Clocks and watches, or parts of either 1 7^ ditto. 

Cloathing, ready made 15 ditto. 

Clothes, books, household furniture, 
and the tools or implements of the 
trade or profession of persons who 
come to reside in the U. States free. 

Cutlasses, or parts thereof 17 {per cent* 

Dates and figs 17\ ditto 

Dentnfice powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions and compositions, for the teeth 
and gums 17 § ditto. 

Dolls dressed or undressed \7\ ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except those com- 
monly used for dying 17 J ditto. 

and woods for dying free. 

Earthen and stone wares 17 h per cent. 

Essences, (see powders, pastes, See.) V?\ ditto. 

Fans, or parts thereof 17| ditto. 

Feathers, and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head dresses 17£ ditto. 

Figs 2 cts. per 15. 

Fish, foreign dried 50 cts.pr. quin. 

— Salmon 100 cts .per bkl* 

Mackerel 60 ditto, 

— — ■ other pickled 40 ditto. 

Flowers, artificial 17h percent. 

Floor cloths or mats, or parts of either 1 7% ditto. 

Fruits of all kinds 17 h ditto. 

Furs of every kind, undressed free. 

Glass — black quart bottles 60 cts. pr. gro. 

*_ window, not above 8 inches by 10 160 cts. lOQsq.f. 

10 by 12 175 ditto*. 

all above 10 by 12 225 ditto. 

all other glass and manufactures 

thereof 22* per ctnt* 

Glauber salts 200 cts. pr. civt* 

Gauzes 15 per cent* 

Geneva, (see spirits) 

Ginger 17J ditto. 



22J ditto. 
15 cts- fir.fiair*. 
17$ fier cent* 
17 h ditto.. 
17$ ditto. 
4 cents fier lb. 
A ditto. 

\7\ fier cent* 
4 cents fier lb* 



28 

Girandoles, or parts thereof 

Golosh oes (see shoes) 

Gloves and mittens, of every kind 

Gold, silver and plated ware 

Gold and silver lace 

Glue 

Gunpowder 

Hangers or parts thereof 

Kair powder 

Hats, caps, and bonnets of every kind 17£ ditto. 

Hemp 100 cts, per cwU 

Kidev, raw free. 

Household furniture of persons who 

come to reside in the Uuited States free 
Implements of the trade or profession 
of persons who come to reside in the 
U-.iited States free 

Indigo 25 cts. fier lb. 

Iron wire free 

— slit and hoop 1 cent per lb. 

~ — t steel or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils or vices 15 fier cent* 

• cast or rolled, and all manufac- 
tures of iron, steel or brass, or of 
which either of these metals is the ar- 
ticle of chief value, not. being other- 
wise particularly enumerated 17§ 
Jewelry and paste work ith 
Lace of gold and silver \7\ 
.Laces and lawns 15 fier cent* 
Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and trim- 
mings commonly used by upholsters, 
coach-makers, and saddlers 17| 
Lampblack 15 
Lapis C iliminaris free. 
Leather, tanned, tawed, and all manu- 
factures of leather, or of which lea- 
ther is the article of chief value, not 
otherwise particularly enumerated 17£ fier cent* 



ditto* 
ditto, 
ditto. 



dittOo 
ditto. 



29 

Lead and musket b?ll 1 ccntfier lb- 

all other manufactures ot lead, or 

in which lead is the chief article 1 cent fier lb } 

Lemons and limes 1?£ fier cent. 

Lime, foreign 50 eta. fir. cask 

of 60 gattonv* 

Linen manufactures, or of which linen 
is the chief article of value, not print- 
ed, stained or coloured 15 fie cent. 

Looking glasses, or parts thereof S2J ficr cent. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter, and cop- 
per, not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated ITi ditto. 

— of iron, steel, or brass, not oth- 
erwise particularly enumerated 17 £ ditto. 

— — of leather, not otherwise partic- 
ularly enumerated 17 \ ditto. 

of lead, not otherwise partic- 
ularly enumerated \ cent per lb 9 

of cotton, or linen, or of both, 

printed, stained or coloured, or of 
cotton, not printed, stained or col- 
oured 15 fier cent* 

— of linen, not printed, stained, 

or coloured 15 ditto. 

— of the United States, spirits 

excepted free. 

Mats and floor cloths, or parts of either 17^ fier cent. 

Malt 10 as- fir bush. 

Marble, slate, and other stone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other uten- 

- sils of marble or slate, and generally 

all stone and earthen ware \7\fier cent. 

Mace 125 cts. fier Lb. 

Medicinal drugs, except those com- 
monly used in dying 174 ficr cent. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China, or India, 
in ships or vessels not of the United 

Ca 



30 

States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher rates 
of duties 15 ditto, 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, intend- 
ed to be re exported to a foreign port 
or place in the same ship or vessel in 
which they shall be imported — ant! 
all the atricles of the growth, pro- 
duct or manufacture of the United 
States, spirits excepted free. 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, not 
herein otherwise particularly enume- 
rated and described 15 per ce?i% 

Mittens and gloves of every kind i-fj ditto. 

Millinery ready made 17$ ditto. 

Molasses 5 cts. per gal. 

Muskets and firelocks with bayonets 
fitted to the same, and musket ball, 
or parts oi either 17 J ditto* 

Muskets and firelocks without bayo- 
nets, or .parts of either 17^ ditto. 

Mustard in Sour • I7f ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether printed 
stained, coloured, or otherwise 15 ditto. 

Nails 2 els. per lb. 

Nankeens 15 per cent. 

Nutmegs 50 cts* per lb. 

Oranges !7| per cent* 

Ornaments for women's head dresses 17'§ ditto. 

Ointments, oils and odours, (see pow- 
ders, pastes, &c.) 17% ditto. 

Olives 17£ ditto. 

Oil 17J ditto. 

Ochre, dry yellow 1 cent per lb. 

Paper hangings 17% per cent* 

writing and wrapping 15 ditto. 

sheathing and cartridge 17^ ditto. 

Painter'scolours, whether dry or ground 

, in oil, except those co>x^r*ly usetfja 



21 

dying, not otherwise particularly en- 
umerated 17£ ditto. 
Pack thread and twine 400 els. per cnvt< 
Pasteboards, parch input or vellum 15 < pet pen 



Pas'e work, and jewelry 
PWjeten$or parts thereof 
Plaster of Paris 
Pewter, plate and dixies 
-,oki 



17i ditto, 

2>?£ per cent' 
free. 

4 cts.perlb* 
free. 

6 cents per lb* 
Yt\ per cent, 
Ylh ditto. 
15" ditto. 
,4< cents per lb* 
15 //cr cent* 
17% ditto. 



Pepper 

Perfumes 

Pistols, or parts thereof 

Pictures and prints 

Pimento 

Printing; types 

Pickles uf all sorts 

Printed, stained, or coleured goods, or 
manufactures of cotton, or of linen or 
of both , 15 ditto. 

Porter, brer, or ale, in casks or bottles 8 els. per gU 

Powder for hair 4' cents per ib* 

__■ gunpowder 15 per cent '• 

Powders, pastes, brills, balsams, oint- 
ments, oils, waters* washes, tinctures, 
essences, or other preparations or 
compositions ; commonly called sweet 
scents, odours, perfumes, cr cosmet- 
its, and all powders and preparations 



for the teeth and gums 
Plums and prune t 
Quick Silver 
Raisins, in jars and boxes 

, Muscatel 

— , all other kinds 

Red and white lead 

Salt 

Salts, glauber 

Salt Pet re 

Segars 



17 j ditto. 

2 cents per lb 9 

6 ditto. * 

2 ditto. 

2 ditto. 

1£ ditto. 

2 ditto, 

free- 
200 cts<per cwt, 

free. 
§3 per tfiousa* 



32 

Starch 3 cts, per lb* 

Sail cloth .15 per cent. 

Slate, stone and stone ware 3 7| ditto. 

Saddles or parts thereof 15 ditto. 

Sattins and other wrought silks 15 ditto. 
Steel ' 100 cts. per cwt. 

Stee], iron or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils, and vises 15 fier cent* 

all other manufactures of steel 17J ditto. 
Sea stores of ships or vessels free. 

Spermaceti candles 6 cts, per lb* 

Spanish brown 1 ditto. 

Sweet scents (see powder, pastes, he ) 
Spirits distilled in foreign countries, 
viz. 

From. Grain* 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 

From other materials. 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fifth proof 
Sixth proof 
Spirits distilled in the U. States, im- 
ported in the same ship or vessel in 
which they had -been previously exi 
perted from the United States, viz. 
From Molasses* 
First proof 15 ditto. 

Second proof 16 ditto. 

Third proof 17 ditto. 

Fourth proof 19 ditto. 

Fifth proof 23 ditto. 



28 


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29 


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31 


ditto. 


34 


ditto. 


40 


ditto. 


50 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


25 


ditto. 


28 


ditto. 


32 


ditto. 


58 


ditto. 


45 


ditto. 



7 


ditto. 


8 


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9 


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11 


ditto. 


13 


ditto. 


18 


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1 cent per lb. 


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25 els, fir. flair* 


15 


ditto. 



as 

Sixth proof 30 ditto. 

From mat eri ah th? growth and pro- 
duce of the UnUed State*. 

First proof 

Second proof 

Third proof 

Fourth proof 

Fifth proof 

Sixth proof 
Spikes 
Silver and plated ware 

I lace 

Skins raw 

Shoes, and slippers of silk 

-, kid and morocco 

>. other shoes and slippers for men 

and women, clogs or goloshoes 15 ditto. 
— - other shQes and slippers for chil^ 

dren 10 ditto. 

Swords and cutlases, or parts of either 17 \ per cent. 
Stockings 17 \ ditto. 

Stone and earthen ware 17£ ditto. 

Soap 2 cents per lb. 

Solos, and. other carriages, or parts 

thereof 22\per cent, 

Rulpher free. 

Sugar brown 2 § cts per lb, 

k — - — , white clayed 3 ditto. 

* >-, do. powdered 3 ditto, 

•~ , all other clayed or powdered 2£ ditto. 

«*— — », lump 6^ ditto. 

* — - — , loaf 9 ditto. 

~, other refined 6£ ditto. 



Sugar candv lifc ditto. 

Snuff T2 'cents per lb. 

Tassels and trimmings, commonly iu 
sed by upholsters, coachmakers and 
saddlers , 17^ percent, 

Tables of marble, slate, and other stone. 



174 ditto, 
2 cents per lb. 


13 
18 


ditto, 
ditto. 


or 

32 
22£ 


ditto, 
ditto. 


14 

21 


ditto, 
ditto. 


or 
40 
24 


ditto, 
ditto. 


17 

27 


ditto, 
ditto. 



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or parts thereof 
Tallow candles 

Teas, from China and India* 
— , bohea 

. , souchong and other black 

. , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, 

gomee 

. , other green teas 

From Europe. 

-, bahea 

, souchong and other black 
, hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 
»— , other green teas 

From any other place* 

. , bohea 

— , souchong 

— , hyson, imperial, gun, powder, or 

gomee 50 ditto. 

, other green teas 30 ditto. 

Twine and pack thread 400 cts. per civt. 

Tin manufactures 17| per cent. 

— — , in pigs and plates free. 

Tinctures,'(see powders, pastes, Sec.) 17£ per cent. 
Tiles and bricks 17| ditto. 

Toys not otherwise enumerated 15 ditto. 
Tobacco manufactured (other than I 

snuff) 1 cents per lb. 

Types for printing 15 ficr cent. 

Velvets and velvei ets 15 ditto. 

Wares of tin, pewter and copper not 

otherwise enumerated \7\ ditto. 

, of earthen or stone Yl\ ditto. 

. , of China 17£ ditto. 

, gold, silver and plated 17g ditto. 

«* — S goods and merchandize, of the 
growth, produce, or manufacture of 
the United States, (spirits excepted) free. 
Wafers 17J per cent. 



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Waters and -washes, (see powders, 

pastes, SvC.) 17 k ditto J 

Walking-sticks, whips and canes 15 ditto. 

Wax candles 6 cents per lb* 

Watches and clocks, or parts of ei- 
ther 17J fier cent. 
Wink, in casks, bottles, arid other vessels. 

- , Malmsey, Madeira, and London 

particular Madeira 58 cts per gal. 

—all other Madeira wine 50 ditto. 

. Burgundy, Champaign, Rhenish 

and Tokay wines 45 ditto, 

Sherry and St. Lucar wines 40 ditto, 

— — Claret, ard other wines not enu- 
merated, when imported in bottles or 
cases 35 ditto. 

Lisbon, Oporto, and other Portu- 
gal wines . 30 ditto. 

— — Sicily 30 ditto. 

Tenenffc, Malaga, Faval, St. 

George, and other Western Island 

wines 23 ditto. 

— — all other wines when imported oth- 
erwise than in bottles or cases 23 ditto. 

Window-glass (see glass) 

Wire of brass and iron free 

Wool and cotton cards 50 cts* per doz. 

Wool unmanufactured free 

Wood unmanufactured free 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of cab- 
inet wares) 15 fier cent* 
Yarn un tar red K 225 cts. per cwt* 
All other goods not before particu- 
larly enumerated and described 15 fier cent. 
dj" AH parts of articles to be subject to the same 

duties as the entire article is subject to. 
Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the same 
duties as empty bottles. 



1216995 



36 

1 he following artfcles are free from duty. 

Rags and bristles 

Regulus of Antimony 

Un wrought clay,unwrought burr stones 

Bark of the cork tree 

Philosophical apparatus, especially imported for a- 
ny seminary ei learning 

Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product or 
manufacture of the U. States 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars 

Clothes, bocks, household furniture, and the tools 
or implements of 'the trade or profession of per- 
sons who may come to reside in the United 
States 

Drugs and woods for dying 

Furs of every kind undressed 

Goods, wares, and merchandize, intended to be ex- 
ported in the same vessel in which they shall be 
imported 

Salt 

Raw hides and iron ware 

Lapis Caiaminaris, plaister of Paris 

Old pewter and tin, in pigs and plates 

Wire of brass and iron 

Wood and wool unmanufactured. 

T O MJfJ/tQ E, 
By Act of Congress, approved 2d of March, 1T99, 
/ to be paid at the time of entering trie vessel, 
and before any permit shall be granted for un- 
loading any part of the cargoes at the following 
rates : 
Gn all shifts or vessels entering from any foreign 
port or /tlace. Cts. jicr ton. 

Ships or vessels ot the U. States 6 

. ■ * built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
-or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, 30 



37 

On other ships or vessels, SO 

Vessels of the U. States employed in the coasting 
trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per annum, 6 

Vessels of the United States (other than licen- 
sed) taking in Merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or a navigable river, >6 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize 
to be delivered in another district, 50 

(£/ Foreign vessels pay light money at the rate 
of 50 cents per ton. 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN § CtS* 

Gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792— for ev- 
ery 27 grains, 1 00 
Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard prior to the 
year 1792— for every 27 and 2-5th grains 1 CO 
Spanish milled dollars — 17 pwt. 17 grs. 1 00 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France— 18 pwt. 7 grs. 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not by law a tender for the payment 
of all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation 
of the President of the United States, authorising 
such foreign coins to be received in payment of the 
duties and fees aforesaid. 

Fates of Coins for estimating Duties. 
Pound Sterling of Great-Britain, - - g 4 44 
Livre Tournois of France, - - - 18 
Florin or Guilder of the United Netherlands, 40£ 
Mark Banco of Hamburg, - - - 33<| 
Rix Dollar of Denmark, - - 1 00 

Kyal Plate of Spain, - o 10 

Vallonofdo. - - - - , 05 

Millree of Portugal, - - l 24 

Pound Sterling of Ireland, - - - 4 10 
D 



38 

Tale of China, - - - - - 1 48 

Pagoda of India, .... i 94 

Kupee of Bengal, - - - - - 55 j 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value thcre- 
o , compared with the money of the United States. 
Provided that it shall be lawful for the President oF 
ihe United States to cause to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
wares and merchandize, imported into the United 
States, in respect to which the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wares and merchandize, im- 
ported from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be ad- 
ded to the actual cost thereof, including all charges, 
(commissions, outside packages, and insurance only 
excepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign port 
before the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
To the Collector and A aval Officer* 
Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards g 

Clearance ditto. ditto. 

l-vstr/ of a vessel under 100 tons 
Clearance ditto. ditto, 

Kvery post entry 
Permit to land goods 
Ev;iy bond taken officially 

" permit to land goods for exportation for 
drawback 
debenture or other official certificate 
bill of health 
Official document (register excepted) required 

by anv person 

To the Surveyor. 
Admeasnri'Bg and certifying the same, of every 

ulm> or vessel of 100 tons or under, per ton 01 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 

ICO and not -acceding 2C0 ;6n3 * 50 



2 


50 


2 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


2 


00 





20 


40 





30 


20 


23 



20 



5$ 

Above 200 tons 2 Q0 

For all other services on board any ship or ves- 
sel of 100 tons or upwards, having on board 
eoods, wares or merchandize, subject to du- 
ty 3 CO 
For like services on board any ship or vessel of 

less than 100 tons | 50 

On all vessels not having on board goods, wares 
or merchandize, subject to duty 1 66| 

Allowance^ for Draft* to. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 120 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200 3 

200 and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1 §00 7 

1800 and upwards 9 

Tares. lb. 

On everv whole chest of Bohea Tea 70 

' half ditto, ditto. 56 

quarter ditto, ditto. 30 

chest of Hyson or other green tea, of 

70 lbs. or upwards 20 

box of other tea between 50 St 70 lb* 18 

v do. of 80 lbs. 20 

do. from 80 upwards 22 

The above to include ropes, canvas Sc other coverings. 

On all other boxes of Teas according to the invoice 

or actual weight thereof. 

On Coffee in bags 2 per cent. 

in bales 3 

in casks 12 

On Sugar, other than loaf, in ca sks 1 2 

in boxes 15 

in bags or mats 5 

On Cocoa, in casks 10 

in bags 1 

On pimento, in casks 16 

in bags 3 

On Che? se, in hampers and baskets ' 10 



m boxes 




20 


On candles in boxes 




8 


On Chocolate in boxes 




10 


On Cotton, in bales 




2 


in seroons 




S 


On Glauber Salts, in casks 




8 


On Indigo, in barrels 




12 


in other casks 




15 


in seroons 




10 


in bags* or mats 




3 


On Nails, in casks 




8 


On Pepper, in casks 




12 


in bales 




S 


in bags 




2 


On Sugar Candy, in boxes 




10 


On Segars, in boxes 




18 


On Soap, in boxes 




10 


On Shot, in casks 




3 


On Twine, in casks 




12 


in bales v 




3 


On all other goods, according 


to the 


invoice thereof, 


as actual weight. 




Allowance for Leakage and Breakage* 



Two per cent allowed on the guage on all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contaired in casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter in bot* 
ilesj and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties 
on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the 
importer at the time of entty* 

TERMS OF CREDIT, 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are less 
than §50, it must be paid immediately ; if specifick, 
a. deposit must be made to secure the same, which 
when ascertained, will be immediately settled. 

When the dudes on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following credit 



41 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
the person - or co-partnership entering such goods, 
wares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the West-Indies, 
the one half in three months, and the other half in six 
months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, in twelve months. 

On all goods, kc. from Europe, (wine:: and teas 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, an A 
one third in twelve months. 

On all goods, &c. (wines and teas excepted) from 
any other place than Europe and the West-Indies, 
one half in six month?, one fourth in nine months, 
and one fourth in twelve months. 

On teas " from China or Europe, may be deposited 
at the option of the importer or importers (to be de- 
termined at the time of making entry thereof) cither 
to secure the duties thereon, on the sarre terms and 
stipulations as on other goods, wares and merchan- 
dize imported, or to give his, her, ©r their bond, to 
the collector of the district where any such teas shrill 
be landed, in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
on, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
in two years from the date ©f said bond : which bond 
shall be accepted by such collector \vithout surety, 
upon the terms following r that is to say, The tea's, 
for the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
storehouses, as the ease may require, to be agreed 
upon,"&x. The said teas to be delivered upon "bond 
being given with one or more sureties, to the satisfac- 
tion of the collector, " if the same shall not exceed 
100 dollars, in four months ; if above HO dollars, and 
not exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months ; or if the 
same shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve ; so that the 
term of credit shall not extend the period beyond two 
years from the time of depositing the said teas ; any 
D 2 



AH 

leas remaining after the term of two years, to be sola 
by the co; lector, who shall return the" surplus (after 
paying duties) to the owner or owners thereof." 

When the bonds given for duties shall become due, 
and not discharged,the collector to prosecute without 
delay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
States to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person shall pay 
any debt due by the person or estate, for whom or 
for which they are acting, rjreviousto the debt or debts 
due to the United States being fully satisfied and paid, 
shall become answerable in their own person and &*■ 
rate for the same, or part thereof remaining unsatis- 
fied." 

Sureties on all bonds given for duties, shall in case 
of insolvency or death of the principal, " have and 
enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference for 
the recovery and receipt or said money out of the 
estate and effects of such insolvent, or deceased prin- 
cipal, as are reserved to the United States, 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du- 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be granted 
at the return term, "unless the defendant shall 
in open court, the United States Attorney being pre- 
sept, make oath or affirmation that an error has been 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demanded 
'Vpon such bond, specifying the errors alledged to have 
been committed, and that the same have been notified 
in writing to the collector of the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid.' * 

On all bonds upon which suits shall be commenced, 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per cent 
per annum, from the time when said bonds became 
diie until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be*, paid where goods are landed, and 
bonds to be given for securing the duties, if the whole 
or part of the cargo is destined to different dis- 
tricts;. 



43 

Porte of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels. 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or ci- 
tizens of the United Stales, is admitted to unload at 
any port or place except the following : — 

'New-Hampshire— Portsmouth.— Massachu- 
ietts— Fori land and Falmouth, New-Bedford, 
Dighton,. Salem and Beverly, Gloucester, JKewbury- 
fiorty Marble head, Nantucket, Boston and Charles- 
tovjn, Plymouth., Bath, Frenchman's Kay, Wiscasset, 

M a ch'i a s*, Pe n o\ >s cot . R 11 o d e - I s l a n d — Newp ort , 

Fr evidence. — Connecticut — j\ eiv- London, A ew- 
Jlaven. — N e w-Y o r k— -A cw- } V£. — N e w -Je r s e v , 
— P crih-Amboy , Burlington. — Pennsylvania—— 
J * hi la delp h ia , —I) E laware — li Urn mgton , Ne w c a s - 
t)e,Port Penn. — Maryland — Baltimore, Annapolis 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomac, Chester- 
town Creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Djgge's Land- 
ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburg, — Virginia — 4lexan- 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal, 
Fredericksburg, Urbanna, Ycrktowh West Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda Hundred, City -Point, Rocket's 
Landing, Norfolk and Portsmouth*— North-Caro- 
lina — Wilmington, Aetvbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
ton, Edcnton s Plankb ridge.— South-Carolina — 
Charleston, GeorgeioTW, Beaufort. — Georgia — 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick* Frederica, St. Ma* 
ry's. — LouisiANA—Aew-O/raw*. 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except 
at the ports in the above list which are distinguish- 
ed by Italicki. 

Restrictions on Importations. 
No goods, wares or merchandize, of foreign growth, 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by sea 
v.ov in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty 'ions 
burthen* agreeable to the mode of ascertaining A- 
merican tonnage^ except in certain districts on the 



44 

Northern, Northwestern, and Western boundaries of 
the United States, adjoining to the dominions of G« 
Britain, in Upper and Lower Canada* and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Mi sisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure, or if 
in bottles, in packages less than Six Dozen, under 
penalty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump, or loaf sugar, shall be imported, 
into the United States from any foreign port or place, 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun- 
dred and Twenty tons and upwards, and in casks or 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
ftotmds, on pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loat or lump sugar imported therein, except 
in such cask or packages aforesaid. 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 
cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than JMnety Gallons Wine measure, on pain 
of forfeiture with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or 
vessels which have been marked pursuant to any law 
of the United States on pain of forfeiture of the said 
refined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits,togeth- 
er with the ship or vessel : Provided that the forfeit- 
ure shall not be incurred on " any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other, casks or 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in which 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
u»e of the seamen on board of such ship or vessel, and 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons for each 
seaman, u and which shall at the time of entry of t/ic 
said vessel, be inserted in the said manifest as the 
aea stores of such shi/i or vessel. 

INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wines, 
or teas, subjects such articles to seizure and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to the 
purchaser ; and if any cask, cht c, vessel or case, 
containing such articles, shall be found in the posses- 



45 

sion of any person, without beinc* marked, and not! 
being accompanied with a certificate, the same is 
liable to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, 8cc. which have been 
marked, the marks to be defaced in presence of some 
fcfiicer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate of 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one 
hundred dollars with the costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen but 
between sunrise and sunset, without special licence, 
under a penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
and every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods, and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and if 
wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
per mission, •am ft***f**k***. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars- Inspectors and of- 
ficers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
and search vessels, have free access to the cabin, 
and sealed packages, and after sun-set secure the 
hatches, Sec. Persons in charge of vessels* for break- 
ing fastenings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit 
two hundred dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their districts 
— persons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
hundred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any offi- 
cer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or ves- 
sel, for the purpose of carrying into effect any of the 
revenue laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty 
to five-hundred dollars. 

Register Act. Every owner of a vessel, residing 
within the limits of the United States, to swear te the 



46 

register within ninety days after its being granted, or 
i'hhecomes'void, and the vessel and cargo pays for- 
eign tonnage and duty. 

A Tabic of the Measure of Length of the firinci- 

JiaJ/ilaces in Eurofie, comfiared with 

the American Yard. 

Yards } 
iOO Aunes or Ells of England, are equal to 125 

100 of Hollander Amsterdam, Haer- 

lem, Leyden, the Hague, Hotter- 
dam, Nuremberg, and other cities 
of Holland 75 

100 — ■— of Brabant or Antwerp 76 

1 co of France and Oznaburg , *128£ 

100 of Hamburgh, Frankfort, Leipsic 

Bern and Basil , 62$ 

100 of Breslau 60 

100 of Dantzick 69| 

100 of Bergen and Drantheim 68 J 

100 — ; — of Sweden and Stockholm 65£ 

100 of St. Gall, for linens 87$ 

1 00 of St. Gall, for cloths 67 

100 of Geneva 124J 

100 Canes of Marseilles and Montpellier 214J 

100 of Thoulouse and High Languedoc 200 

1 oo of Genoa, of nine palms 245J 

100 of Rome 227£ 

1 00 Varas of Spain 9 3f 

100 of Portugal 123 

1 00 Cavidos of Portugal 75 

1 00 Brasses of Venice 73$ 

100 — > of Bergamo 711 

100 of Florence and Leghorn 64 

100 of Milan 58± 

*The French Ellis usually estimated at lj yards* 



Officers of the Revenue Department* 



For the District of Massac h\j set ts. 



Boston and 
Charleston, 



Henry Dearborn, collector 
Benjamin Jams, deputy-collector 
James Lovell, Naval Officer 
Thomas Mel v ill, surveyor and inspec- 
tor 
Portland and Isaac Ilsley,jun. collector 
Falmouth, James C. Jewett, surveyor and inspec- 
tor 
Salem and William R. Lee, collector 
Beverly, Samuel Ward, naval officer 

George Hodges, surveyor 
A eiv-B ed/bi'd Js^mh Weston, collector 
Gloucester, John Kittredge, collector 

Zechariah. Stevens, surveyor and in- 
spector 
J\ewburyfior t^iiiph Cross, collector 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer 
Marblehead, Joseph Wilson, collector 

Joshua Prentiss, surveyor and inspec- 
tor 
Henry Warren, collector 
Joshua Wingate, jun. collector 
Lemuel Trescott, collector 
Francis Cook, collector 
Daniel Coffin, collector 



Plymouth, 
Bath,^ 
Machias, 
JVzscasset, 
J\ an tucket, 



District of Rhode-Island and Providence. 

Ac-iv/iort, William Ellery, collector 

Walter Nichols, naval officer 
Daniel Lyman, surveyor 

Providence, Thomas Cole, Collector 

William Barton, surveyor 
F.benezer Thompson, naval officer 

Fanvcatuck, Geo ge Stillmai)) surveyor 



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District of Connecticut. 
AfW"£0n</ott,-Jedidi-ah Huntington, collector 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor 
Jonathan Trott ~\ 

Ebenezer Goddard / 
SanVl Whittemore p> Inspectors 
Henry Jepson C 

Isaac V. H. Crannell _) 
Nath'l Saltonstall } w . b1i<1w1 
EzraChappell j Weighers, 

measurers and guagers 
Stoningtori) Elijah Palmer, surveyor 
Middle town, Alexander VVolcott, collector 
Lamberton Cooper, surveyor 
Robert Warner 7 InsnprtorK 
Azariah Whittlesey J lns P ect0 ™. 

J\reiv-Haven, Abraham Bishop, collector 
William Munson, surveyor 
Fairfield, Samuel Smedley, collector 
Say brook, George Wolcott, surveyor 
Hartford^ Solomon Porter, surveyor 

District of New-York* 

J\ ew- York 9 David Gelston, collector 

Peter A, Schenck, surveyor 
Samuel Osgood, naval officer 

Sag-Harbor^ Henry P. Dering, collector 

District of Pennsylvania, 
Fhiladel/i/iiayiohn Steel, collector 

District of Maryland. 
Baltimore, James H. M'Culloch, collector 



POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For letters carried by land, single, double and triple. 

Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents. 

over 40 90 10 

90 * 150 12£ 

150 300 17 

300 500 20 

500 ---••--- 25 

Double letters are double, and triple letters triple 

*>f these rates* A packet of the weight of one ounce, 
the rate of four single letters, and in like proportion* 
for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles* 
Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the 
property of the United States, 8 cents ; double let- 
ters, 16 cents ; and triple letters, 24 cents. AH let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 6 centseacli, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
post-master all the letters brought in his vessel ex- 
cept those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage on Newspapers. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles one cent— 
and over. 100 miles, one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any post-office in the State in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is 
only one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. 
Any distance not exceeding 50 miles 1 cen^. Over 
50, and net exceeding 100 miles, 1* cents. Auy 
greater distance 3 2 cents. 

E 



tJst of Post- Masters in the Cities and principal 

Towns in the United States, 

District of Maine. 

Portland Joshua Wingate, jnn 

State of J\cnv~ Hampshire. 



Portsmouth 

Boston 
Salem 
Newbury port 

Newport 
Providence 

Hartford 
New -Haven 
New-London 
Nor walk 
Guilford 
8a> brook 
Norwich 

do. Chelsea 
Durham 
Stratford 
Derby 
Wailingford 
East-Haddam 
Bridgeport 
Windham 
Stoning ton 
Plairmeld 
Colchester 
Suffield 
Mi (Idle town 
Pom fret 
Lyme * 

do. Ni an tick 
Wether;- 'field 

do. Rockv Hill 



Mark Simes 
Massachuset ts, 

Aaron Hill 

John Dabner 

Stephen Cross 
Rhode-Icland. 

J. Richardson 

Benjamin West 
Connecticut, 

Jonathan Law 

Jesse Atwater 
Richard Douglass 2d 
William Lockwood 
S. Stone • 
Humphry Pratt 
Gardiner Carpenter 
Jacob DeWitt 
James Robinson 
David Brooks 
S. J. Andrews 
James Carrington 
James Green 
Jesse Sterling 
Charles Taintor 
George Hubbard 
Ebenezer Eaton 

William Gay 
Thaddeus Nichols 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Marshfield Parsons 
Jeremiah Com stock 
J. L. Relden 
J. Rcbbins 



Rifting worth 

Fairfield 
Danbury 
Stamifoisa 

Canaan 
Litchfield 

Farmington > 

Milford 

New Hartford 

Chatham 

Windsor 
k Hebron 

Jewett's City (Preston) 

Lebanon 

Canterbury 

Berlin 

Pettypague (Saybrook) 

Sharon 

Synisbury 

Stafford 

Brooklyn 

Ashford 

Tolland 

Cheshire 

Thompson 

Glastonbury 

Jsiarlborough 
v ' { * Salisbury 

Burlington 

I far whit on 

Norfolk 

East-I^artford 

C oventry 

Winchester 

West-Sv n-sbury 

WaTerbu* y 

Graubv 

Mansfttid 



$1 

Samuel Crane 

JX Judson 

Zilmon Wild man 

Abraham D avenpert 

William Douglass 

Moses Seymour, jun. 

Samuel Richards, and Pre- 
served Marshall 

Jirch Bull 

Theodore Cowlcs 

John H. Peters 

William Howard 

Simon House 

John Johnson 

Samuel Bailey 

Gad Eulkeley 
George Hubbard, Jub. 

Danforth Clarke 

George King, junr. 

Jonathan Pettibonc 

Benjamin Webb 

htem White 

DavidBolles 

Benoni Shepard 

A\ Hitchcock, jun. 

Daniel Knight 

J Welles 

F.ncs H. Buell 

Ma»tin ftfrcr.^ 

Sylvester Nor .•'% 

Joel Bradley 

Michael F. Mills 

} i. W h i'te', be \\ '. Woodbr ; ttefc 

Mittacs Hub!>:: n\ 

3 '■ wice H-tebv 



j ea waitsyjn 
VI iaiii Lea\ 
1- z^kiahG a 

j^r Gary 



■)rtbr 



52 

Mew- York 
New-York Theodoras Bailey 

Albany George W. Mancius 

J\e?v- Jersey* 
Trentoa Peter Gordon 

Pennsylvania. 
Philadelphia Robert Pattoa 

Delaware. 
Wilmington J. Bringhurst, jun. 

Maryland* 
Baltimore Alexander Furnival 

Annapolis Samuel Green 

Virginia* 
Norfolk Edward Archer 

Richmond John Guerrant 

Petersburg Joseph Jones 

.A orth- Carolina, 
Fayetteville Duncan M'Rea 

South - Ca rolin a * 
Charleston _ Thomas W. Bacot 

Georgia, 
St. Mary's Robert Mac Farlane 

' Windsor, f Vermont) Thomas Leverett 
Marietta,, (Ohio) J. Munro 

Sketch of the History and Geography of 
Connecticut* 



CONNECTICUT is 100 miles 1-ng, and 72 broad. 
\,.J Between 41° and 42° 2 1 N. latitude ; and be* 
f xi 7S 3 49 'and 74° IV W. longitude from Lon- 
«1< j ; and between 1 Q '50' and 3° 20* E. of Philadel- 
phia. 

The Colony of Connecticut was settled by the 
1 a, in 1635 ; by Mr. Fen wick, at Saybrook, 

! i'v the mouth of Connecticut River. Connecticut 
i New-Haven were separate governments till the 
ceijgi qi Charles, II, in 1665, when by agreement they 



united, and were incorporated by tfie n^nnc of ftc 
Gdveimorand Company tff Connecticut, The Chai - 

ter by which they were united still continues to ;e 
the basis of their government. 

The State of Connecticut has made rapid progress 
in improvement both in wealth and civilization No 
other State has continued for so many years in one 
uniform system of steady habits and correct princi- 
ples. To the influence of her clergy of various de- 
nominations, who are a useful and respectable class 
of men ; and to the general diffusion of knowledge, 
Connecticut owes, in a great measure, her respecta- 
bility for order and regularity. Her government 
from the beginning to the present time, has been u- 
niformly an elective democracy, or in other words, a 
pure system of Republicanism ; and her citizens 
have ever been jealous of the rights and privileges 
winch they enjoy. 

She has been highly distinguished in having a suc- 
cession of Governors, eminent both for their religious 
and political accomplishments ; a list of whom here 
follow : 



Access, 


Governor's Acmes* 


Exitus 


1665 


John Winthrop, 


1670 


1676 


William LeetJ 


1680 


1680 . 


Robert Treat, 


3C96* 


1696 


John Winthrop 


1707 


1707 


G urdon Saltonstall, 


1724 


1724 


Joseph Talcott, 


1741 


1741 


Jonathan Law, 


1751 


3751 


Roger Wolcoit, 


1754 


3754 


Thomas Fitch, 


1766 


1766 


William Pitkin, 


1769 


1769 


Jon a til an T j ' u n i bul I 


, V?M 


1784 


M atthe w Oris .void 


I7S5 


17S5 


Samuel Huntington 


, 1796 


1795 


Oliver Wolcott, 


1798 


1733 


Jonathan Trumbull 


m? 


HOD 


John Treadwell. 
E-2. 





Connecticut Megi£ter,' 

FOR THE YEAR 1810 11. 

Executive and Legislative Departments. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN TREADWELL, ESQ. 

Governour. 

THE HONOURABLE 

ROGER GRISWOLD, ESQ. 

Lieutenant Governor, 

ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Eliztfr Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 



Hon. Stephen T.Hosmer 
Henry Champion 
Calvin Goddard 
Judson Canfield 
Theodore D wight 
Fred'k Wolcott 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Day, esq. Secretary. 

Eli ska Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts. 

James Hillhouse, esq- Commissioner of School 

Fund. 

Roger Newbury, "]) Overseers 

Pliny Hillyer, > ef 

Samuel Woodruff, esq's. J Newgate. 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 
For May and October Sessions — 1810. 

Lyman Law, esq. Speaker. 
Syivani-is Backus, and William T. Williams, Clerks, 
XT ARTFORD, Elisha Mix, Jonathan W. Edwards 
&>* Berlin, Joseph Feck] Amos Galpin 



. S5 
Bristol, Enos Ives 
Burlington, Abraham Pcttibone 
Canton, Solomon Everest 
East-Hartford, Shubael Gr is wold, Samuel Titkin 
East-Windsor, Noah Allen, Roswell Grunt 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, John Mix, Ezekiel Cowles 
Glastenbury, George Sellew, D. E- Hubbard 
Granby, Sedosa Wilcox, Jesse Holcomb 
Hartland, D?niel Beman, Eli Wilder 
Marlborough, Elisha Buell 

Simsbury, Jonathan Pettibone, jr. Jonathan Eno, jr» 
Sonthington, Roswell Moore, Giles Langton 
Suflield, Oliver Granger, Martin Sheldon 
Wethersfield, Ezekiel P- Belden, Joseph Bulkeley 
Windsor, John Chaffee, John Hubbard 
New-Haven, Charles Denison, Gideon Kimberly 
Branforcl, Timothy Hoadley, James Barker 
Cheshire, Israel Bunnell, Ichabod Hitchcock 
Derby, Canfield Gillett 
East-Haven, Amos Bradley 
Guilford, Augustus Collins, Nathaniel Griffin 
Hamden, Russell Pierpont 
Meriden, Jared Benham 
Middlebury, Aaron Benedict 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Elias Clark 
North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 
Oxford, Justus Candee 
Southbuiy, Titus Pierce 
W r allmgford, Hezekiah Hall, Ambrose Cook 
Waterbury, Noah Baldwin, John Kingsbury 
Woodbridge, Hezekiah Baldwin, John Thomas 
Wolcott, Nathaniel Lewis 
New-London, Lyman Law, George Colfax 
Norwich, Cushing Eells, Daniel L. Coit , 
Bozrah, John Hough 

Colchester, John R. Watrous, Jcel Worthington 
Franklin, Nathan Lord 
Groton, Starr Chester, Paul F. Niks 



Lisbon , Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Nathaniel Matson, William Sterling 

Montville, William W. Haughton 

North-Stonington, Chester Smith 

Preston, James Cook, Jedidiah Bar a tow 

Stonington, Coddington Billings, Nathaniel Palmer 

Waterford, George Williams 

Fairfield, John Hull, Seymour Taylor 

Danbiny, Friend Starr, Daniel N. Carrington 

Brcckneld, Riverius Hawley 

Greenwich, Nebemiah Wilson, Isaac Howe 

Huntington, Othniel De Forest, D. Silliman 

New-Canaan, 3c seph Silhman 

New-Fairfielci, Abel Gregory 

Newtown, John Sanford, Samuel C. Blackmail 

Norw r alk, William M. Betts, Jacob Osborne 

Redding, Andrew L. Hill, Lemuel Sanford 

kicigeiiekl, Nathan Dauchy, Aaron "Stuart 

Stamford, Nathan Weed, James Stevens 

Stratford. Joseph Walker, Daniel Sterling 

Sherman, David Northrop 

Trumbull, Daniel Wakely 

Weston, Stephen Wheeler, Joshua Adams 

Wilton, David Belden 

Windham, Elisha Abbe, Jonah Lincoln 

Asbford, Abel Simmons, Cyrus Dow 

Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam 

Canterbury, Rums Adams, Rufus Johnson 

Columbia, Samuel West 1 

Hampton, William Bennett 

Killingly, James Danielson, Jedcdiah Snbin 

Lebanon, Wm. T. Williams, W. Huntingtonjun* 

Mansfield, Skiff Freeman, koger Waldo 

Plainiield, Joseph Eaton, Benjamin Bacon 

PomiVet, Sylvanns Backus, Lemuel Ingals 

Sterling, Richard Burlingham 

Thompson, Thaddeus Larned, George Lamed 

Yoluntown, Allyn Campbell 

Wccdncck; As4fm Williams, John M'CIclIan 



57 

Litchfield, Moses Seymour, A. Bradley 
Barkhamstead, Robert Wilcox, Peletiah Allyn 
Sethlem, Samuel Church, jun. 
Canaan, John Hurlbut, Alban Rose 
Colebrook, Elijah Rockwell; Seth Marshall 
Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, Benjamin Gould 
Goshen, Birdsey Morton, Mosas Lyman, jun* 
Harwinton, Timothy Clark, Joel Bradley 
Kent, Barzillai Slosson 

New-Hartford,*J. Marsh, Chauncey Seymour 
New-Milford, Beebe T Hine, Jared Lane 
^ Norfolk, Nathaniel Stevens, John Dickinson 
Plymouth, Daniel Potter 
Roxbury, Elihu Canfield 
Salisbury, Silas Meore, Peter Farnham 
Sharon, Simeon Blackman, Oliver Kellogg 
Tornngton, Lyman Wetmore, John Gillet, jun« 
Warren, Nathaniel Swift 
Washington, Warren R. Fowler, Noble Day 
Watertown, Garret Smith 
Winchester, Samuel Hurlbut, Giles 'Russell 
Woodbury, Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner 
Middle-town, Chaun. Whittlesey, Eben. Sage 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Benjamin Hurd 
Durham, Bridgeman Garnsey, A. Caniiekl 
East-Haddarn, Josiah Griijin, Joshua Cone 
H^ddam, Jonathan," Huntington, Elias Selden 
Killingworth, William Morgan, Dan Lane 
Say brook, Joseph Hill, Samuel Hart 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Samuel Ladd 
Bolton, Saul Alvord 

Coventry, Elisha Edgerton, Nathaniel Kingsbury 
Ellir.gton, AviWilley 
Hebron. Elijah House, John S. Peters 
Somers, Calvin Pitkin, Solomon L, Fuller 
Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, John Holmes 
Union, Nathaniel Newell, John Crawford 
Vernon, Lemuel King 
WiUiiigtcn, Eiisjia Jqjmsonj Zebulon Crocker 



October Session, 1818. 
Lyman Law, Esq, Speaker. 
Svlvanus Backus, and WiliiamT. Williams, Clerks. 
Hartford, Ephraim Root, Nathaniel Terry. 
Berlin, James North, Amos Hosford. 
Bristol, Joel Truesdaie. 
Burlington, Silvester Norton. 
Canton, Riverius Bidwell. 

East-Hartford, Shubl. Griswold, George Pitkin* 
East Windsor, Charles Jenks, Aaron Bissell. 
Enfield; Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter* 
Farmington, Elias Tillotson, Ozem Woodruff* 
Granby, Ferdinand Clemmons, A, Robbins. 
Glasteabury, David E. Hubbard, Gideon Hale, jr. 
Hartland, Daniel Beman, Eli Wilder. 
Marlborough, Joel Foote. 
Simsbury, Jona. Pettibone, jr. Jona. Eno, jr. 
Southington, R. Whittlesey, Roswell Moore. 
SufTield^ Oliver Granger," Martin Sheldon. 

Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, L. Lusk. 

Wiadsory John Hubbard, Daniel Talcott. 

New-Haven, C. Denison, R. Sherman. 

Bradford, Timothy Hoacjley, J. Barker* 

Cheshire, Israel Bunnell, I. Hitchcock. 

Derby, Canfield Gi .lett. 

East-Haven, Amos Bradley. 

Guiford, Augustus Colli s* Jos Elliott. 

Kamden, RuVei Pierpbnt, 

Mijford, Iki j. Bull, A. V H. De Witt. 

Meriden, Soiomom R. H«U- 

TvSidd'cbury, Aaron Benec irt. 

North-sHavcn, Joseph i)oolii.?e. 

Oxfj rd, David Tomtinson. 

ftouthteury, Trunrtflu Hinmap* 

VVaJlif%ford, Be z. Hall, Ambrose C-. k. 

Waterburv^Noab Baltfom, A. Adonis, 

Woodbridge, fijjfc, Baldwin, E. Sanford. 

Wolcotfc, Joseph Miner. 

JT EWrLoNDON.'Lviwan Law, Geo Hrdlam. 

JNpvwichj Moses Benjamin, Ezra trathrop, 



59 

Bozrah, John Hough. 

Colchester, John K. Watrous, S. A. Peters. 
Franklin, Nathan Lord. 
Groton, John Morgan, Paul F. Niles. 
Lisbon, Levi Perkins. 
Lyme, Nath'l Matscn, Erastus Selden. 
MontviHe, Wm. \V. Haughton. 
North-Stonington, Nathaniel Pendleton. 
Preston, Stephen Meachj Wm. Coggswell. 
Stoningtou, A mete Palmer, Enoch Burrows. 
Waterford, Isaac Frink. 
Fairfield, John Hull, Seymour Taylor. 
Danbury, Daniel 15. Cooke, N, Cornwall. 
Brookfield, Riverius Hawley. 
Greenwich, Isaac Howe, N. Wilson, 
Huntington, Philo Sherman, S. Wheeler. 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John. 
New -Fairfield, Samuel F. Burnham. 
Newton, David Baldwin, John Sanford. 
Norwalk William M. Betts, Jacob Osborn. 
Reading, Andrew L. Hill, L. Sanford. 
Ridgefield, Aaron Stewart, Daniel Jones. 
Stamford, James Stephens, T. Bell. 
Stratford, Jabez H. Tomlinson, D. Sterling. 

Sherman, James A. Giddings. 

Trumbull, Jabez Beach. 

Weston, Stephen Gregory, Sim. Faunton. 

Wilton, David Belcher- 

Windham, Jonah Lincoln* J. Baldwin. 

Ashfofd, Abel Simmons, B. Bos worth. 

Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam. 

Canterbury, Rufus Adams, R. Johnson. 

Columbia, Stephen Hosmer. 

Hampton, James Howard, Jun, 

Killinejlv, Hobart Torrev, E. Young. 

Lebanon, Wm- T. Williams, H. JVPCaH. 

Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman. 

Plainiield, J. Gallup, Timothy Parkhurst, 

Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus. L. Ingalls. 

Sterling, Richard BuiTm&hanu 



GO 

Thompson, I. Davis, Theodore Dwight. 
Voluntown, Samuel Robbins. 
Woodstock, A. Williams, John Paine. 
Litchfield, M. Seymour, A. Bradley. 
Barkhamstead, R. Wilcox, G. Mills, jr. 
Bethlem, David Bellamy. 
^Canaan, Alhan Rose, John Hurlburt. 
Colebrook, E. Rockwell, R. Rockwell. 
Cornwall, J» Calhoun, Oliver Burnham. 
Goshen, Birdsey Norton, Adino Hale. 
Harwington, Timothy Clark, J. Bradley. 
Kent, Hopson Pratt. 
New-Hartford, Asa Goodwin, J. Wells. 
New-Milford, Wm. Taylor, R. Warner. 
Norfolk, N. Stevens, John Dickinson. 
Plymouth, Daniel Potter. 
Rpxbury^lihu Canfield. 
Salisbury, Lot Norton, Silas Moore. 
Sharon, Cyrus Swan, Simeon Blackman. 
Torrington, L. Wetmore, T. G.riswold. 
Washington, D. N Briasmade, D. Whittlesey. 
Watertown, Garrit Smith. 
Winchester, Eliphaz Alvord, J. Holmes. 
Woodbury, Nathaniel Bacon, N. Lamson. 
Warren, Orrin Sacket. 
Middletown, C. Whittlesey, E. Sage. 
Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich. B. Hurd. 
Durham, Bridgman Garnsey, J. Picket. 
Kast-Haddam, E. Holmes, Sylv. Chapman. 
Haddam, J. Huntington, Stephen Tibballs. 
Killingworth, George Elliot, Dan Lane. 
Say brook, Samuel Hart, Joseph Hill. 
Tolland, Samuel Ladd, Calvin Willey. 
Bolton, Ephraim Isharn. 
Coventry, David Hale, Elisha Edgerton. 
Ellington, Asa Willey. 
Hebron, Hez. Bissell, Jona. Townsend. 
Somers, Calvin Pitkin, Solomon L. Fuller. 
Stafford, Samuel Willard, John Holmes. 
IlJuion, Samuel Paul, John Crauibrd. 



61 

Vernon, Lemuel King. 

Wellington, Reuben Marcy, A. Johnson. 



A OMIhATION FOR 

votes. 
Asher Miller, 7208 

Aaron Austin, 7438 

David Daggett, 7725 
Jona. Brace, 7867 

Elizur Goodrich, 7Z86 
Matthew Griswold, 8015 
Stephen T. Hosmer,7980 
Henry Champion, 7967 
Calvin Goddard, 8164 
Judson Canfield, 7862 



ASSISTANTS— 1810. 
votes. 
Theodore Dwight, 8045 
Frederick Wolcott, 8008 
Roger M. Sherman, 7925 
Shubael Griswold, 7467 
Asa Chapman, 7306 

Jona. Barnes, 7290 

Noah B. Benedict, 7071 
Samuel W.Johnson, 6922 
Daniel Putnam, 6856 
William Perkins, 6479 



Nomination 


for Me 


mbers of Congress, 




Mzy, 


1810. 




L. B. Sturges 


8122 


Tirno. Pitkin, jun. 


7754 


Lyman Law 


8113 


John Caldwell, 


7718 


J. O. Moseley 


8100 


Samuel W. Dana 


7717 


E. Champion 


8034 


Sylvanus Backus 


7602 


B. Tallmadge 


7995 


Sylvester Gilbert 


7560 


S. B. Sherwood 


7967 


Uriel Plolmes 


7287 


Nathan Smith 


7818 


N. Webster, jun 


71 65 


E. Huntington 


7739 


J. Davenport, jun. 


6908 


Nathaniel Terry 


7779 


Asa Bacon, jun. 


6825 



Judicial and Civil Department. 
JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Tapping Reeve,esq. I Hon. Nath'l Smith, esq. 
Hon. Zeph. Swift, esq. | Hon. J. G. Braiaardjesq. 
Hon. John Trumbull, esq. I Hon. Sim. Baldwin, esq. 
Hon. Wni, Edmond, esq. | Hon, John C. Smith, esq. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD, 
COUNTY COURT, 

Jonathan Brace, esq. Chiet Judge. 

Pliny Hillyer, esq. | John Mix, esq. 

Eiiphalet Terry, esq. | Sam'l Woodruff, j'r esq, 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, find 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Hartford 
Samuel Wyllys 
Jonathan Bull 
William Moseley 
CI) auncey Good rich 
Ephraim Root 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Nathaniel Terry 
Enoch Perkins 
John Caldwell 
Arnasa Keyes 
Thomas Chester 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Elisha Colt 
I&T»ry Terry - 
Ichabod L, Skinner 
William Bradley 
John Morgan 
Daniel Wadsworth 
Thomas S, Wiiliams 
Thomas Day 
Waller MHchel, esquires 

Bzrliu 
Gad Stanley 
Amos liostbrd 
James North 
F/iiah Hooker 
Daniel Donba* 
©avid Wr/^rer 
Uosfsv Norton 



THE PEACE. 

Ezra Scovi!, esquires 

RrhloL 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hooker, esquires 

Bur ling ton 
Abraham Pettibcne 
Simeon Hart 
Bliss Mart, esquires 

Canton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphreys 
Solomon Everest 
Riverius Bidwell, esq'rs 

Enfield 
John Reynolds 

I John Taylor 
Elam O. Potter, esquires 
Em t - Ha riford 
\ Jonathan Wells 
Elisha Pitkin 
Samuel Flagg 
Benajah Phdps 
Gebr^e Griswold 
George Pitkin 
Bh ubat 1 G r i s wold 
Samuel Pkldn, esquires 

Eaxl-i-VindsQr 
Rbswell ixvzsx 
Charles Jei»4a* 
John Steug-rtou 2& 



»l 



63 



Jonathan Bartlctt 
Timothy Ellsworth , esq's 

Farm'tngton 
Ichabod Norton 
Timothy Pitkin jV 
Roger Hooker 
Kzekiel Cowles 
Samuel Cowles, esquires 

Glastenbury 
Philip Sellue 
Blisha Hale 
Zephaniah H. Smith 
Pardon Brown, esquires 

Gran by 
Ozias Pcttibone 
Juclah Hoi comb 
Andrew HiUyer 
Hezekiah Holcomb 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt 
Caleb Merrirnan.esquires 

Hart land 
John Treat 
Cephas Selden 
Israel Williams 
Philan. Humphreys, esq's 

Marlborough 
Israel Foot 
Joel Foot, esquires 

Southington 
Roger Whittlesey 
Hon. Chauncey Good 



Samuel Hart 

Roswell Moore 

Ichi L« Fri-bie, esquij«« 

Stiffield 
Thaddeus' Leavett 
A sab el Hathaway 
Joseph Austin 
John W. Hanchett 
William Gay, enquires 

Symsbury 
Dudley Pettibone 
Calvin Barber 
Campbell Humphrey 
John Bester 
William Mather, esqu'r* 

Wethersfidd 
Samuel W. Williams 
Joseph Bulkeley 
John Williams 
Ezekiel P. Eelden 
Hcz. Belden, esquires- 

Windsor 
Roger New bur v 
Oliver Mather" 
Abiel Griswold 
Josiah Bissell 
Isaac Owen j'v 
Edward Selden 
I Elihu Mills 
John Sergeant, esquires 

ich, esq. Stata Attorney. 



Hartford 
Ch aun cey G oo d r ich 
William IVW-eley 
Nathaniel Terry 
Ephraim Root 



PRACTISING ATTORNIF.S. 



Enoch Perkins 
Theodore liyight 
David Bisscll j'r 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Thomas S. Williams 



64 



Walter Mitchell 
Elisha Phelps 
Aaron M. Church 
Joseph Trumbull 
Thomas Huntington j'r 
Seth Terry 
Nathan Johnson 
Henry Terry 
Ichabod L? Skinner 
William Bradley 
Jonathan Law 
John M. Gannett 
Sheldon W. Candee 
Charles Moseley 
Shubael F. Griswokl 
^Samuel Root, esquires 

Berlm 
Daniel Dunbar, esq. 

Bristol 
Knight j esq . 

Canton 
Sherman Everest, esq. 

Eat t -If art ford 
Pliny Wight, esq. 

East- Windsor 
Samuel 1 J . Waldo 
Guy Gay lord 
Charles Reynolds, esq'rs 



Enjidd 
William Dixon, esq. 

Farming ton 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Samuel Cowles 
Lemuel Whitman 
Martin Wells, esquirefr 

Glastenbury 
Zephaniah H. Bmith,esq» 

Granby 
Thomas Holcomb 
Andrew D. Hillyer 
Grove Griswcld.esquires 

Symsbury 
William WiHiston 
Sereno Pettibone, esq'rs 

Southington 
Roger Whittlesey, esq. 

SuJJleid 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
Seth Parsons 
G odi'y Searbcrou gh,esq'& 

Wether^fidd 
John Williams 
Samuel Pettis, enquires 

Windsor' 
John Sargcaut 
Joseph H. Russell, esq'rs 
Stephen Chester, esq. V/sihcrzfi-dd, Sheriff. 
Deputy-Sheriffs— Titus L. Eisselh Horace Wacs- 
•worth, John B. Ripley, Hartford* Nathan Mei row, 
East-tH&rffQrd* Daniel Abfry, j'r, Mii/teld- E&e- 
kiel Cowles, j'r, Farmin^ion m Joshua R. Jewett, 
Granby. Oliver rjanchett, Suffidd. Ellhu Drake, 
Jonathan Palmer, IVindfwr* 

Daniel Corning, Hartford^ Jailor. 



65 
COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

COUATY COUNT. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge. 

John Kipgsbury, esq. I Noah Webster, esq. 

Dyer White, esq. | Nathaniel Griffing, esq. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

New-Haven 
James Hillhouse 
Henry Daggett 
Joseph Darling 
Thomas Painter 
Elisha Munson 
William Hillhouse j'r 
Eneas Munson j'r 
Charles Denison 
Jjohn Barker 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples, esquires 

Branford 
Edward Russell 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin Page 
James Barker 
Solomon Lindsley. 
Josiah T. Linsley, esq'rs 

Cheshire- 
Burrage Beach 
David" Badger 
Tho. T. Cornwall, esq'rs 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomlir.son 
Josiah Dudley 
Amasa Porter 



THE PEACE. 
Philo Bassett, esquires 

East- Haven 
Josiah Bradley 
Enos Hemnaingway 
Steph. Woodward, esq'rs 

Hamden 
John Hubbard / 

Eli Whitney / 

Eiam Ives, esquires 

Guilford 
Augustus Collins j 
Miles Mungcr 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand j'r 
Abraham Chittenden j'r 
Samuel Robinson 
Samuel Fowler, esquires 

Milford 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
Elias Clark 
William Durand 
Benjamin Bull 
Elijah Bryan 
Samuel B. Gunn, esquires 

Mcriden 
■Zenas Mitchell 



Fa 



66 



Asaph Merriam 

Amasa Lewis 

Jared Benham, esquires 

Middlebury 
David Thompson 
Leman Town send 
Philo Bronson 
Nat. Richardson, esquires 

& or th- Haven 
Joshua Barns 
Peter Eastman, esquires 

Oxford 
John K&gs 
David Tomlinson 
Abel Wheeler, esquires 

Southbury 
Justus Johnson 
ISenjamin Stiles 
Snadrach Osborne 
Simeon Hi n man 
Titus Pierce, esquires 

XV ailing ford 
Oliver Stanley 

Jonathan Ingersoll, 



Samuel Hall j'r 
Ephraim Cook 
Aaron Hall 
George W. Stanley- 
Truman Porter, esquires 

Waterbury 
John-Lewis 
Frederick Hotchkiss. 
Joshua Atwater 
Bennet Brenson 
Joseph Porter, esquires 

Woodbridge 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
Elihu Sanford 
John Thomas 
David Thomas, esquires 

Wolcott 
Mark Harrison 
Isaac Bronson, esquires 



esq. State Attorney* 



PRACTISING 

J\ f ew- Haven 
Jonathan Ingersoll 
William Hillhouse, j'r 
David Daggett 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
John H. Lynde 
William Bristol 
lesse Atwater 
Henry W. Edwards 

Charles Deaisoa 



ATTORNIES. 

De Lau De Forest 
Asaph Dunbar 
Jonathan E. Porter 
Eleazer Foster 
George Hoadley 
L. E. Wales 
Enos Bassett, esquires 

Cheshire 
Burrage Beach, esquire 

Derby 
Josiah Dudley 
Jesse Beech 
SM4?? 9i C Wife esq 'n 



Sotfthbury 
j Benjamin Stiles 
Simeon Hinman 
Curtis Hiaman, esquires 

Walling ford 
George VV. Stanley, esq- 

IVaterbury 
Gyrus Clark 
Bennet Bronson 
Laurens Barns, esquires 
Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy- Sheriff '«.-— Josiah B. Morse, George Mun- 
son, A ew- 1 lav en. Whiting Stanley, Cheshire* Fran- 
cis French, Derby. Ebenezer Weed, oouthbury. 
Medad Hotchkiss*, IVoodbritige. Qrlando Porter, 
Waterbury. K " ■ 

John Clarke, New-Haven, Jailor. 



Guilford 
William Todd, esq. i 

Mrriden 
— And rus, esquire 

Mi I ford 
Abraham V. II. De Witt 
David B. Ingersoll, esq's 

Oxford 
Isaac M. Wales 



COUNTY OP NEW-LONDON. 

CQU.YTY COURT. 

Elias Perkins, esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Matthew Griswold I Nathaniel Shiproan 

Hon. Henry Champion | George Colfax, esquires 

Matthew Griswold, esq. Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Su- 
perior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 1HE PEACE. 

JV€w-7^o?idon 
Jonathan Starr 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
William Williams 
Jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
Jaretf Starr 



Edward Hallam, esquires 

JXorwich 
Christopher Leffingwell 
Elisha Hyde 
Andrew Huntington 
Asa Spalding 
Andrew Perkins 
Thomas Fanning 
James Lanman 
James Backus 



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Crastns Huntington 
Jabez Huntington 
Simeon Thomas 
Luther Spalding < ^ 
Joseph Williams, esquires 

Bozrah 
Asa Wood worth 
Asa Fitch 
John Hough, esquires 

Colchester 
John Isham 
John R. Watrous 
Joel VVorthington 
Roger Bulkeley 
Asa Bigelow '. ; 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters 
Asa Newton 
Seth Lathrop, esquires 

.Franklin 
Eli Hyde 
Silas Hartshorne 
Eleazer Tracy, esquires 

Grot on 
Amos Geer 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Christopher Morgan 
Ralph Hurlbut 
Isaac Gallup 
Ebenezer Morgan 
John O. Miner, esquires 

Lisbon 
Levi Perkins 
Joshua Perkins 
Elisha Morgan 
William Adams, esquires 

JLyme 
Andrew Griswold 
Snh Ely j'r 



David F. Sill 

Moses Warren 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Richard M'Ci-dy 
William Noyes 
Seth Smith 
Remick Wait 
Henry Perkins 
Nath'l Matson, esquires 

Montville 
Daniel F. Raymond 
James Fitch 
Jared Comstock 
David Turner 
Jacob Loomis, esquires 

A orth-Stonington 
Stephen Avery 2d 
Thomas Prentice 
Elias Hewitt, esquires 

Preston 
Benjamin Coit 
Samuel Mott 
Jeremiah Halsey 
Daniel Morgan j'r 
Isaac Avery 
Alexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon Giddings 
Jonah Witter 
Moses Lester 
John Tyler 
Stephen Meech, esquires 

StorJngton 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings 
Edward Smith 
Isaac Williams ?d 



G9 
Park WUHjms I John S. Miller 

Wilijam H:uid ; ili, esq'rs I Daniel II. Caulkins, esq'* 

WalefforH \ 

Griswold Avery 

Asa Spalding, esq.. State Attorney* 



A cw- London 
Lyman taw 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



George P^HilJ 

Charles F. liarrlngtoa 
Roswell Morgan 
Jonathan Trurnbuii 
Henry Strong, enquires 

Ctitcn£#re? 
Betij i m i n 1 . Y n ri s bull 
Samuel A. Peters, esq'rs 

Lyme 



Jacob H Gurley 

-5i p. Cleaveland 
Jirah MYaxa' 
Eben^zer Learned 
William F- Brainard 
Loclc\vii'k Fosdick, esq's 

AortmcA 
Calvin Gbdttard 
Elisjia &v$i 
Asa Spalcifng 
Luther Spi:Hin<* 
Willi arh B Mutt 
James Lanrriari 

Joseph Williams 
UiptesSetden 
2ame?Stedm»n 
George Perkins 

Joshua Hu Islington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff* 
Dcfiuty-Sheri^^—W 'illi .on Richards, /lezekiafo 
Gogdard, Aef-KorMtu Bela P< ck,Shubael B/eed, 
Aorwtcfi. I&lonibn §ppvil, Vcicfte&fer'. Watreus 
lieckwith, Lyme, Pawl Babcrck. Siwirrigibni 
Jailors, — John J&ckson, A e^u- London, 
Seth Miner, Norwich* 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIFLD. 
C0r/,\2T COURT- 
Samuel YV. Johnson, esq. Chief Judge. 
Nathan Wheeler, esq. | Andrcw'L. Hill, esq. 
Joseph SiiUraan, es§, ' } Daniel B. Cooke, esq. 



Richard M'Curcsy 
David M. Jewctt,e£quires 

Atari h - Si on trig ton 
Amos Wheeler, j'r, esq* 

Pre -non 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

^toiiiiigton 
Nathaniel ivlu-er 
G ddingtor, Billings 
George Hubbard, tsq'rs 



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Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Fairfield 
Joseph Strong 
David Allyn 
Lewis B. Sturges 
David Judah 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gershom Burr 
Ebenezer Banks 
Talcott Banks 
Israel Bibbins 
Roger M. Sherman 
David Mubbell 
Hull Bradley, esquires 

D anbury 
Joseph P. Cook 
Thomas Taylor 
Benjamin Hicock 
Thomas Taylor j'r 
Comfort Hoy t j'r 
Daniel N. Garrington 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Andrew Beers 
Moses H'Mtclv 
David Foot, e c qmres 

BrookjlM 
Eli Perry 
Riverius Hav/fcy 
Colby Chamberlain 
John Northrop 
Daniel Tomlinson, esq'rs 

Gr?miu:ch 
Ebenezer Mead 
Gilbert Close 



THE PEACE, 
Jabez Mead 
William Knap 
Elisha Belcher 
David Wood, j'r esquires 

Huntington 
Diodate Silliman 
Abel French 
Ebenezer Beardsley 
Othniel De Forest 
John Curtis 
Lemuel Judson, esquire* 

A or 'walk 
Eliphalet Lockwood 
Taylor Sherman 
William M. Belts 
Hezekiah Jarvis 
Henry Belden 
Lewis Raymond 
Jonathan Knight esquires 

New-Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
Eliphalet St, John, esq'rs 

•A ew- Fair -field 
Neheraiah Beardslee 
Joseph Bearse j'r 
David La re, esquires 

A envtown 
David Baldwin 
Samuel C Black man 
Asa Chapman 
Zacheriah Ferris 
Tiitiethy Shepard> esq'rs 

Redding. 
Williana Hei'oa- 



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James Rogers 
Peter Sanford 
Lemuel Sanford, esquires 

Ridgtfield 
Nathan Smith 
Samuel Stebbins 
Timothy Keeler 
Job Smith 
Thomas St. John 
Jesse S. Braciey,esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport j'r 
Reuben Scotield 
Samuel Webb 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Nathan Weed 
Joseph Wood 
Frederick Hcofield, esq's 

Strafford 
Robert Walker 
Abijah M'Ewing 

Samuel B. Sherwood, 



Joseph Backus 

Jbsiah Lacy 

J. II. Tomlinsom j'r, esq's 

Shcrjnan 
Stephen Karnes 
David Barlow 
Levi Hubbelt 
G. B. Giddins, esquires 

Trumbull 
Lewis Burton 
Stephen Middkbrcok 
Judson Curtis 
David Seelye, esquires 

I Vest on 
Jeremiah Rowland 
Squire Adams 
Isaac Bcrinet, esquires 

Wilton 
Matthew Marvin 
Thacideus Mead 
Zadock Raymond, esq'rs 
esq. State Attorney % 



PRACTISING 

Fairfield 
David Burr 
^ Lewis B. Sturges 
Sa 3auel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gideen Tomlinson 
Daniel Wakeman 
Roger Al. Sherman i 

Lliphalet Swift, esquires 

D anbury 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Moses Hatch 
Epaphras W- Bull 
Aiaiison Hamlin, esq'rs 



ATTOHNIES. 

Brookfield 
Birch 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq. 

Huntington 
— — Perry 

Newtown 
Samuel C. Blackman 
Asa Chapman 
Timothy Shcpard, esq'rs 

Acrwiuk 
Taylor Slier man 
Clark Bissell, esquires 

Stanford 
John Dave o port j'r 



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James Stevens 
Simeon H. Miner 
Frederick Scofield 
Joseph Wood, esquires 

Stratford 
Robert Fairchild 



Joseph Backus 
Charles M'Ewing 
William Benedict 
David Gibbs, esquires 
Trumbull 
• Wheeler, esq. 



Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. —John G. Alien, Fairfield. Sa- 
muel Wildman, junr. Banbury. Herman Warner, 
Newtown. David Bolt, A'orwalk. Aaron More- 
house, Redding. Joseph Gray, Stamford. John 
Thompson, Stratford* Agur Lewis, Hunting ton.-*- 
Jizra Gregory, Bridgeport* 

Jailors*— Joseph Allyn, Fairfield. 

Samuel Wildman, j'r. Banbury* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 
COUNTY COURT 
Hon. Thomas Grosvenor, Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, esq. 1 Hezekiah Ripley, estf. 
James Gordon, esq. | Lemuel Ingals, esq. 

James Gordon, esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court* 



JUSTICES OF 

Windham. 
SamuelGray 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
David W. Young 
Philip Hay^vard 
Zebediah Tracy, esq'rs 

Anhford..' 
Abel Simmons 
Josiah Bvles 
William Walker 
William Perkins 
Ber.j. Bosworth, esq'rs 



THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Joseph Scarborough 
James Eldredge 
Roger W. Williams 
Daniel Putnam, esq'rs. 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine 
Asa Bacon 
Isaac Backus 
Rufus Adams 
Asa Butts 
Audrey? T. Judson, esq's 



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Columbia 
James Pineo 
Asahcl Clark, jnnr. 
Isaac Ticknor, esq'rs 

Ham fit on 
Ebenezer Moseley 
Philip Pearl 
James Burnett, 
James Howard, jumesq's 

KHUngly 
Sampson Howe 
James Danielson 
Ezra Hutchins 
Joel Day 
Joseph Adams 
Robert Torry 
Anthony Brown, esq'rs 

Lebanon 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
William T. Williams 
Eliph't Metcalf 
Charles Lathrop 
Peleg Thomas j'r 
William Swift 2d, esq'rs 

Mansfield 
Constant Southworth 
John Salter 
Barzillai Swift 
Miner Grant 
Frederick Freeman 
Royal Storrs, esquires 

Plainficla 
Anthony Bradford 

Jabez Clark, esq." 



Ephraim Wheeler 
Joseph Eaton, 
John Douglass j'r 
John Lester, esquires 

Pomfrct 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Sylvanus Backus 
Ebenezer Kingsbury 
John Holbrooke esquires 

Sterling 
John Wylie 
Samuel Bullock 
Thomas Backus 
Artemas Baker 
Dyer Ames, esquires 

Thompson 
Thaddeus Lamed 
Noadiah Russell 
George Lamed 
John Jacobs 
David H. Phipps 
Simon Davis, esquires 

Voluntoivn 
Allyn Campbell 
James Alexander 
Joseph Wylie, esquires 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebenezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse, esquires 



State Attorneij* 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 

Windham \ Samuel Perkins 

Jabez Clarke | Philip Hayward 

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John Baldwin 
David W. Young 
John Fitch, esquires 

• Auhforcl 
William Perkins 
David Holies, esquires 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Daniel Kies, esquires 

Canterbury 
Rufus Adams 
Andrew T- Judson, esq'r 

Columbia 
Asahel Clark, esquire 

« Hampton 
James Howard, j'r. esq 

Killin, ' 



Lebanon 
Wm. T. Williams, esq. 

Plahifidd 
Joseph Eaton 
James Gordon, esquires 

Pomfret 
Sylvan us Backus 
John Holbrook, esquires 

Sterling 
Artemas Baker, esquire 

Thompson 
George Larncd 
Simon Davis j'r, esquire 

Woodstock 
John M'Ctellan 
Ebenezcr Stoddardj esq's 



Jy 

Ebenezer Young, esquire m 

-Henry Webb, esq. "Windham, Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriffs* — John Perkins, Ash/brd. Wal- 
ter Hough, Canterbury* John Gallup, Brooklyn, — 
Elisha Gleason, Pomfret,, Hubbard Dutton, Lata* 
ncn. Elkenah C. Eaton, Pla'n<JlcUL Renseilaer 
CMds, Woodstock. 

Benjamin Brewster, Windham, Jailor 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, esq. Chief Judge. 
David Smith, esq. | Judson Can field, esq. 

D. N. Brinsrnade, esq. | Birdsey Norton, esq. 

Julius Deming, esq. Treasurer. 
Frederick Wolcctt, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Supe- 
rior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

IJtclJidd i John Allen 

James Morns I vJnei H'jimes 



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Julius Deming 
Seth Landon 
Roger Marsh 
Nathan Bassett 
R. N. Whittlesey 
1 benjamin Tallmadge 
Aaron Smith 
James Gould 
Peter Sherman 
Roger Marsh, esquires 

JBa rkhcmjistead 
' Joseph Wilder 
Israel Jones 
Samuel Hay den 
Felatiah Allen, esquires 

Bethlem 
David Bellamy 
Ebenezer Perkins 
Billy Ambler 
George D. Kassen, esq's 

Canaan 
John Elmore 
John Hurlbut 
Silas Franklin 
Azanah Smith, escfuires 

Colebrook 
j Elijah Rockwell 
Samuel Mills 
Reuben Rockwell, esq'rs 

Cornwall 
Judah Kellcgg 
John Pierce 
John Sedgwick- 
Oliver Burnha n 
Benjamin Gold 
John Qalhoust, esquires 

Goshen 
Adino Hale 
SaUiUel Hopkins, esquires 



Harivinlon 
James Brace 
Lewis Call in 
Benjamin Griswcld } esq's 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson 
Julius Caswell 
Matthew Elliott 
John Raymond, esquires 

At'w- Hartford 
Abraham Kellogg 
Asa Cowles 
Roger Mills 
Chauncey Seymour, esq's 

]\ew-Miljord 
Reuben Warner 
Elisha Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
DavidS. Boarclman 
Nathaniel Taylor 
Abel Me r win 
Ebenezer Smiths esquires 

JsiorMk 
Eleazer Holt 
Augustus Pettibone 
Benjamin Welchjesquirci 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Lake Potter, esquires 

Roxbury 
Curtis Ilurd 
Phiiieas Smkh 
Elihu Canfieid, esquires 

Sharon 
David Dowries 
Isrj^c ^ardee 
Augusts Taylor 
1 Da^iei St. John, esqnires 

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Salisbury 
Joshua Porter 
Adonijah Strong 
Samuel Lee 
Elisha Sterling 
Lot Norton j'r, esquires 

Torrmgton 
Elisha Smith 
Phineas North 
Norman Griswold 
William Battle, esquires 

Washington 
David Whittlesey 
William Coggswell 
ILlijah Hazen, esquires 

H inchest er 
JLliphaz Alvord 

Uriel Holmes, esq 



Samuel Hurlbut 
Solomon Rockwell 
Phineas Minor, esquires 

fVarren 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallinadge 
Ebenezer Tanner, esq'rs 

Water (own 
Elijah Woodward 
S. W. Southmayd 
John H. De Forest 
Charles Merriman, esq's 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
John Strong j'r 
Reuben Mitchel 
Nat. Minor j'r, esquire* 
. State Attorney* 



PRACTISING 

Litchfield 

7ohn Allen 

Isaac Baldwin 

Uriel Holmes 

James Gould 

Aaron Smith 

S«th P. Beers 

.Asa Bacon j'r 

Joseph L. Smith 

Elijah Adams 

JabezW.Huntington,esq*s 

Canaan 
John Elmore 
William M. Buvrall 
Thaddeus Munson 
James Lilly, esquires,, 

Cornwall 
Martin Thomas, esq. 



ATTORNIES. 

Goshen 
Birdsey Baldwin 
North, esquire 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson, esq,' 

j\ or folk 

Augustus Pettibone 
Michael F. Mills, esq'rs 

Acw-MHford 
David S. Board rnaa 
Joseph A. Bostwick 
Perry Smith 
Philo Hicock, esquires 

A ex-Hartford 
Roger Mills 
Wm. J. Williams, esq'r$ 

Plymouth 
Calvin Bui ler, esq. 



Roxbury 
Royal R. Hinman, esq. 

Sharon 
Cyrus Swan 
Ansel Sterling 
Miles Dunbar, esquires 

Salisbury 
El ish a Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Samuel Church 
Judson B. Thomas 
'•— — Jewel, esquires 

Washington 



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Winchester 
Phineas Miner 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller, esquires 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
Matthew W. Minor j'r 
John Strong j'r 
Charles B. Phelps 
Solomon M. Palmer, esq's 

Water town 
Sam'l W.Scuthmayd,esq. 



William Coggswell, esq. | 

John R. Lanclon, esq- Sheriff. 
Defiuiy-Sher(ffti»--T{QzeY Cook, Litchfield. Sam- 
uel Corn stock, Aeiv-Milford. Nathaniel Robbing 
Aorfolk. Oliver Chase, Nero- liar tford. Timothy 
Chittenden, Salisbury* Philo De Forest, Woodbnnj, 
J. Calhoun, Cornwall* Linus Fenn, Fhjmouth.-— 
David Bird, Bethlem. John N- Gunn, Washington. 
Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

COUATY COURT 
Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Chief Judge. - 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. j Se.lh Overton, esq. 
William Morgan, esq. j Lemuel Starrs, esq. 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fiskj esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Mid diet own 
Samuel W. Dana 
( 1 h aun ce y W h i ttl e s ey 
Matthew T. Russell m 
Nehefniah Hubbard j'r 



William Plumbe 
Isaac Gridley 
Isaac Miller 
Amos Sage 
John Pratt 
Ebenczer Roberts 



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Benjamin Williams, esq's 

Chatham 
Daniel Shepard 
3>avid White 
John Parmele 
David Clark 
William Dickson 
Asahel II. Strong 
Cyrus Bill 
Nath'l Cornwell, esquires 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 
Guernsey Bates,esquires 

East^Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
.Isaac Spencer 2d 
Timothy Gates 2d 
JSberiezer Holmes 
Josiah Griffing 
Israel Cone 
John Brain ard 
William Cone 
Sylvester Chapman 
Isaac Chapman, j'r, es'qs 

lion. Stephen T. Hosme 



Had d&in 
Ezra Brainard 
Smith Clark 
Oliver Wells 
Stephen Tibbals 
Jona. Huntington, esq'rs 

Kill trig worth 
Hezekiah Lane 
Abraham Pierson 
Job Wright 
Martin Lord 
Dan Lane 
George Elliott j'r 
Nathan Hull, j'r, esquires 

Say break 
William Hart 
Timothy Star key 
Samuel Hart 
John Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tully 
John Stannard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Piatt 
Thomas Sillhuan 
Clark Nott 
Joseph Hill, esquires 
r, esq. State Attorney* 



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PRACTISING 

Middletonun 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Samuel W r . Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
Enoch Huntington 
Alexander Collins 
Elijah HuL- lrd 
Chauncey Whittlesey j'r 
Levi II. Clarke 



ATTORNIES. 

W.Van Deursen.j'r,esq ? s 

Chatham 
Asahel H. Strong 
John H. Peters, esquires 

East-Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Jared Spencer, esquires 

Haddavn 
Linus Parotic, j'r, esq* 



Killhigworfh I Say brook 

Amaziah Bray, esquire | George W.Jewctt, esq. 
Enoch Pai sons, esq. Shtrijf. 
Dcfiuty -Sheriffs, — Asahel Loomis, MidtUetoavn* 

Daniel Smith, lladdam. Chevers Brauiard, IJbene- 
zer Holmes, l£a*t-Had&am. Nathaniel Matsoii, 
I.ymV* Heman Starkey, Saybrook. Ralph Smith, 

Chatham» 

Daniel Smith, Haddam, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF T()fX\iND. 

COUATY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge, 

Samuel Dunton, esq. I David Hale, esq. 

Oliver King, esq, | Eleazer W. Phelps, esq. 

Ephraim Qrant, esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

toWaryk 
Jonathan Barnes 
Jabez Kingsbury 
Fiisha Stearns/esquires 

Bolton 
Samuel Carver 
Ichabod Warner 
Saul Alvord, j'r, esquires 

Coventry 
Jesse Root 
Eleazer Pomeroy 
Daniel Burnap 
Kathan Howard 
Elisha Ed gar ton 
Joseph Talcott, esquires 

fltbron 
Samuel Gilbert 
Elihu Ma v via 
EUjah House 



THE PEACE. 

Joel Jones 

John H. Duell 

John H. Wells, esquires 

Ellington 
John H. Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
Robert Hyde, esquires 

Sowers 
Benjamin Phelps 
Giles Pease 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solomon L. Fuller 
John Hall, esquires 

Stafford 
Ele.azer W. Phelps 
Eliab Alden, esquires 

Vernon 
PWneasTalcoJ* 
Eben. Kellogg, j'r 3 esq** 



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Union 
Samuel Crawford 
Abijah Sessions 
Ebenezer Gay 

Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney, 



William Foster, esquires 

Wellington 
Elisha Johnson, esquires 



PRACTISING ATTORNXES. 



Tolland 
Jonathan Barnes 
Elisha Steams 
Calvin Willey, esquires 

Bolton 
Saul Alvord, esq. 

Coventry 
Jeremiah Parish, esquire 

Ellington 
Asa Willey, esquire 



Hebron 
John T. Peters 
Stuart Beebee, esquires 

Seomepti 
Elisha Wales 
Walter R.Kibbee, esq'rs 

Stafford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Thomas S. Seymour 
Benning Mann, esquires 



George O. Gilbert, Tolland, Sheriff. 
D6fiut$->Sher'iff* , — William Williams, 1 olland, — 
Aholiab Johnson, Stafford. Dudley B. Post, He* 
iron* 

Cobb, Tolland, Jailor. 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Flartford, 
Ne<w-Ficroen, 
New- London, 
Fairfield, 
Windham , 
Litchfield, 
Middletown, 
Plainfield, 
Guilford, 
Norfolk. 
Woodbury, 
Stamford] 



Judges. 
Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich 
Lyman Law 
Samuel Rowland 
Mezekiah Ripley 
Fred'k Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
James Gordon 
Henry Hill 
Aug's Pettibone 
Noah B. Benedict 



Clerks, 
James Wells 
JohnK.Lynde 
Ehen. Learned 
Gershom Burr 
Samuel Gray 

John Fisk 
John Douglass. ji% 

M. Miner 



Ji« Davenport; jun.t A, Davenport 



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Danbury, J. P. Cook 

Fast-Hadd&m, Isaac Spencer, 2d. 
Norwich, And'w Huntington 

Pom fret, T. Grosvenor 

Sharon, Joshua Porter 

Stafford, E. VV. Phelps 

Simsbury, Geo. Humphreys 
Stoning con, Coddington Billings 
Farming ton, John Mix 
Wallingford % G. W. Stanley 
Saybrook, Dan Lane 
Stratford, Robert Walker 
Eas^ Wi?idsor,E\\pht.)et Terry 
Water bury, J. Kingsbury 
JS/orwalk, 1\ Sherman 

A ew- Mil ford, D. S. Boardman 
Hebron, Sylvester Gilbert 

Qranby-y Pliny Ilillyer 



L P. Cook, ju* 
Jared Spencer 
J. Huntington 
L. Grosvenor 
John M. Holly 
R, R. Phelps 
Widiam Stone 
Edward Smith 
Martin Bull 
Joshua Atwater 



Elam O. Potter 
Edward Porter 
Wm. M. P>etts 
J. A. Bostwick 
Stewart Beebe 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford, 

A ew- Haven, 

JJerby, 

Milford, 

Aenv-London, 

A ormch, 

Stonhigton, 
Lyme, 
J'reston, 
FairjiHa, 

Windham* 
WoodMock, 
J itch field, 

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Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dsvight 
CElizur Goodrich, Dyer White 
i John H. Lynde 
John Humphreys, jun. 
T David R. Ingersoil 
L. Law, E. Learned, W.F.Brainard 
^ James Lanrnan, William S. Hart 3 
£ James St ed man 
Coddingtc n Killings 
William Noyes, jun. 
Samuel Mott 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Samuel Perkins 
Jedidiah Morse 
Frederick Wolcott 
John C. Smith 



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Mlddlet^im £ Stephen T. Hosmer, Mat. T. Rus* 

Sujjield, Hezekiah Huntington 

J\orwalfc, Eiiphalet Lockwood 

Salisbury* Elisha Sterling 

Bridgeport, Joseph Backus 

Stratford, Robert Walker 

Danbury, Amos Cook 

Brooklyn, John Parish 

NEW-HAVEN. 
Hon, Elizur Goodrich, Mayor. 

Henry Daggett, esq* j Simeon Baldwin, esq. 
Joseph Darling, esq* | Charles Denison, esq* 

Ehsha Munson, esq. City Clerk 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer 
Dyer White, esq. Clerk of City Court 
Seth P. Staples, esq. City Attorney 
Josiah B. Morse, John Skinner. Sheriffs 
Com?non-Council Meri. 
Isaac Beers, James Hillhouse, Hezekiah Hotch- 
kiss, Thaddeus Beecher, James Merriman, Ebene- 
zer Peck, Daniel Reed, Eleazer Foster, Henry Dag- 
gett, j an. John H. Jacocks. 

(Annual Meeting the first Tuesday in June.) 

NEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor 
Aldermen- 
Guy Richards, esq. | Jared Starr, esq. * 

Keorge Colfax, esq. | Elisha Denison, esq. 

William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of City Court 
Samuel Belden, City Clerk. 
William Richards,| SLerlffgf 
Asa Dutton^ 3 



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Common-Council Men. 
' Thaddeus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, 
Frederick Miner, Edward Hallam, Daniel Chan- 
man. 

(Annual Meeting the second Monday in June.) 

HARTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, esq. Mayor. 
Aidermen, 
Jonathan Brace, esq. I John Caldwell, esq. 

Theodore Dwight, esq.^ | John Morgan, esq. 
William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Ho race VV ad s w orth, ? C u • er 
Titus L. Bissdl, j Sheriffs. 
Common-Council Men* 
Chauncey Goodrich, Ephraim Root, Enoch Per- 
kins, George Goodwin, Isaac Bull, Edward Dan- 
lorth, Richard Goodman, Jame3 Hosmer, Jacob Sar- 
geant, Russel Bunce, James Ward, John Leffing- 
weli. 

(Annual Meeting the last Monday in March.) 

■ MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Chaun. Whittlesey, esq. I Neh, Hubbard, jr. esq. 
Lemuel Storrs, esq. | Wm. Plumbe, esq. 

John Fisk, esq. City Clerk and Clerfc of City Court. 
AsahelLoomis, 1 She VifFs. " 
Harvey lreadway, 3 

Co nun o n - Con n c 1 1 Men . 
Ebenezer , Sage, Benjamin Williams, Jehosaphat 
Starr, Alexander Collins, John R. Watkinson, Elea- 
zer Dunham, Vine Starr, Joseph Bcardman, Elilfti 
Cotton, jun. William Cooper, Eliah Hubbard, James 
Casey. 

(Annual Meeting the Sd Monday in January.) 



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NORWICH. 
Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayer. 
Aldermen* 
Thomas Fanning, esq. j Erasttis Huntington, esq; 
Simeon Thomas, esq. j Joseph Williams, esq. 
Charles Lathrop, esq. Cierk of City and of City 
Court. 
John Hyde, esq. Treasurer 
William Gordon, 7 C u^;«% 
EbenezerHyde, j Sher,fEs - 
Common- Council Men* 
Nathaniel Shipman, Gerard F. Carpenter, Na- J 
thaniel Townsend, Joseph W. Tracy, John Hyde, 
Judah Hart. 

(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in April.) 

SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

A sher Miller, esq. Middletown, Surveyor-General. 
COUNTY SURVEYORS* 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Oimstead, of East-Hartford* 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Moses Beach, of WaliingforcJ. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

Moses W f arren 5 of Lyme. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss Wtete, of Danbury. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Elizur Wright, of Canaan % 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

George Giilettj of Hebron. m 

county of wiNrhiAiw. 
Lemuel Ingals, of I'omfret. 



8£ 
BANK & 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President 

Normand Knox, Cashier 

Directors* 



Andrew Kingsbury 
John Morgan 
John Deming 



John Caldwell 
Ephraim Root J 
George Goodwin 
William Moscley 
Nathaniel Terry 

Days of Disceunt Mondays and Thursdays— Hours 
of business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
p.m. — Annual Meeting of the Stockholders second 
Thursday in June. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, esq. President 

Robert Hallam, Cashier 

Directors* 



Charles Bulkeley 
Guy Richards 
Lymaa Law 
Nathaniel Richards 
Edward Hallam 
Nathaniel Matson- 



Jsdidiah Huntington 
Bela Peck 
George Hallam 
Daniel Lathrop 
Jonathan Starr 
Joseph Perkins 
James Tilley 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays— Horn's of 
business from 1© to 12 o'clock a. m. and fr®m 2 to 4 
p.m.— Bank shut on Saturdays p*m and on Thanks- 
givings, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of Julj — An- 
nual Meeting of Stockholders first Thursday in June. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President 

Anthony Thatcher,' Cashier 

H 



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Directors* 

Jacob Pj. Gurley 



Gushing Eells 
Hczek'rah Goddard 
James Lee 



Elisha Denison 
Eli as Perkins 
Edward Chappell 
Isaac Thompson 
William Williams 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays—Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 
p.m.— Bank shut on Saturdays p.-m. and on Thanks- 
givings, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July—An- 
nual Meeting of Stockholders first Tuesday of July. 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Isaac Beers, esq. President 
William Lyon, Cashier. 

Directors. 
Isanc Beers I Ebenezer Peck 

Abraham Bishop Abraham Bradley 

Eneas Mitnson j r | Ebenezer Ilug^ins 

Frederick Hunt Tiiaddeus B^echer 

Joh# 'Nicoil | 

Days of Discount Prfcndays and Thursdays— of De* 
posit Tuesdays and Fridays— Hours of Business from 
4) to 12 o'clock a.m and from 2 to 4 p.m.— Annual 
Meeting of the Stockholders first Thursday of July, 

M1PDLETOWN BANK. § 
1 Nehenviah Hubbaai, jqn. esq. President 
Timothy Souths? yd, Cashier 
Directors. 
Kchenuah Hubbard j'r Jjmcy 
Benjamin Williams George 

Ebenesej S*es Nathan) 

Lemuel btorrs Jonathaf 

loofah Williams 

Days of Discount Tuesday pug Friday— Hours of 
btismesa from 9 to 12 o'ejocji a. m. an*) from 2 to 4 
p-M.—Annuat Meu'r^ of the btoxkholders on the 
first Thursday of January* 



y South m ay d 
Hallam 

* Ltteti 
arr 



ST 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 
Isaac Bron&on, esq. President 
George II: i\t, Cashier 
Directors 



Isaac Hititnan 

David Minot 
Lambert Lock wood 



Isaac Bron son 
Samuel W. Johnson 
Salmon Hubbeli 
Elijah Board man 
Ebenezer Jcssup j'r 

Notes presented on or !>efcre Thursday and Dis- 
count made on Friday — Hours of Business tVqjh 8 to 
12 o'clock a»m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. — Bank shut on 
Saturday p.m. and on Christinas, Good Friday, 4th 
of July, anal Public Fasts and Thanksgivings — Annu- 
al Meeting of the Stockholders first Wednesday of 
July. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President 

Hezskiah Pei kins, Cashier 

Days of Discount Tuesday and Friday — Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 
p.m.— Annual Meeting of Stockholders .-3d Thursday 
ef Juae, 

DERBY BANK. 

William Leffingwell, esq. President 
John Fitch, Cashier 
Directors, 
William Leffiagwell I William Mansfield 
Eiias Shipman | Kneeland Townsenl 

Nathaniel Bacon | David Tomlinscn 

Henry Austin _ ( Birdsev Norton 

Leman Stone J Roger Sherman 

James Lewis 

WASHINGTON BANK, WESTERLY, R.L 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President 



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Thomas Perry, Cashier 
Directors. 

Thomas Noyes, William Rhodes, Amos Cross, 
Jere. Thurston, Nathan F. Dixon, James Noyes, Re- 
solved Carr,Th©mas Hoxsie, Isaac Champlin,Thom- 
as Perry, William Woodbridge, Coddington Billings, 
Wm. Lord, Enoch Burrows, Nathan Pendleton- 

Day of Discount, Thursday — Hours of business 
from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m.— 
Annual meeting 1st Tuesday of July. 

MARINE 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President 

Thomas S. Williams, Secretary 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Elias Shipman, President 
Austin Denison, Secretary. 



NEW-LONDON. 
Jared Starr, President 
David Coit, Secretary 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrop, President 
Shubael Breed, Secretary 



MIDDLETQWN. 

Ebenezer Sage, Presidtnt 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Secrteary 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President 
Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary 



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COLLEGES, he. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, s.t.d. President and 

Professor of Divinity 
Jeremiah Day, a.m. Professor of Mathematics and 

JStatural Philosophy, 
Benjamin Siiliman, a.m. Professor of Cliemistry and 

Aaturai History* 

James L. Kingsley, a. m. Professor of Languages 

and Ecclesiastical History* 

fellows. 



Rev. David Ely, d.d. 
Hez. Ripley, d.d. 
James Dana, d.d. 
John Marsii 
Noah Benedict 



Rev. Andrew Lee, d.d, 
Joseph Strong, d.d, 
Achilles Mansfield 
Bcnoni Upson 
Amos Basse tt 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six sen- 
ior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows 
constitute ihe Corporation. 

tutors. 
Mills Day I Matthew R. Button 

Edward Hooker Jonathan Knight 

Arxtius B. Hull | 

James Hillhouse, treasurer. Nathan Beers, 
Stewards AsahelNettleton, Butler- 

Commencement— 2<\ Wednesday of September. 

Vacations— From Commencement six weeks ; 
from the 2d Wednesday cf January, three weeks ; 
and from the Wednesday before the second Thurs- 
day in May, three weeks. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Abraham Jarvis, d.d. President* 

Tillotson Bronson, Principal. 

Daniel M'Donald, Assistant. 

Eurrage Bench, Treasurer. 

Anniversary— -First Wednesday of October. 

Ha 



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Vacation*— From 2d Wednesday of April four 
weeks— and. from 1st Wednesday of October four 
weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

• Ebenezer Rudd. Preceptor. 

Anniversary— First Wednesday in September. 

Vacations— From the first Wednesday of January* 
two weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May, two- 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday cf September, 
three weeks. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 

Rev. John Thornton Rirkland, d-d. President. 

Commencement — Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement four weeks ;. 
from the fourth Wednesday in December, seven 
weeks ; and from die third Wednesday in May, 
two weeks. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 

Rev. Asa Messer, d.d. President. 

Commencement — Fi^st Wednesday of September- 

Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 

from the first Wednesday of January, six weeks » 

from the first Wednesday of May, three weeks. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER, N. H. 

Hon. John Wheelock, l.l.d. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four and an 

&alf weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight 

and an half weeks. 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTOWN, 

MASS. 

Rev. Ebenezer Pitch, d.d. President. 

'tommttycwent—'Fivto Wednesday in September* 



Vacations — From Commencement, five weeks ; 
from the third Wednesday in January, thr«e weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, VERMONT. 
Henry Davis, d.d. President. 

OFFICFRS OF THK 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

< Drs. John R. W r atrous, President 

Mason F, Coggswell, Vice-President 
Timothy Hall, Treasurer 
Eli Ives, Secretary 

FELLOWS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. Mason F. Coggswell, Hartford 
Timothy Hall, East-Hartford 
Simeon Field, Enfield 
Howard Alden,Suffield 
J. H. Sparhawk, Hartford 

"NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Drs* Joseph Foot, North -Haven 
EH Ives, New-Haven 
Abraham Tomlinson, Milford 
\ Bela Famham, East-Haven 

Thomas Goodsell, New-Havea 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Drs. Samuel Mather, Lyme 
John O. Miner, Groton 
Avery Downer, Preston 
Thomas Coit, jun. New -London 
Samuel H. P. Lee, do. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Drs. Jesse Carrington, Cokbrook 
Nathaniel Perry, Woodbury 
Warren R, Fowler, Washington 



m 

Benjamin Welch, Norfolk 
Samuel Buel, Litchfield 

FAIRFIELD COUNT?. 

Drs. Bennet Perry, New-Town 
Benjamin Curtis, jun do. 
Gideon Beardsley, Huntington 
Nonh A.'Lacey, " Brookfield 
Gideon Shepherd, New-Town 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Drs. Darius Hutchins, Ppmfret 
Andre vv Harris, Canterbury 
Ruins Johnson, do. 
Erasm ; Robinson, Brooklyn 
Daniel Lynnn, Woodstock 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Drs. Richard FJy, jun. Say brook 
Smith Clark, fladdarn 
Samuel Carter, Saybrook 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Drs. Samuel Willard, Stafford 
John S. Peters, Hebron 
Eleazer McCravj Bchon 

EXAMINING COMMITTEES; 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. John Bestor, Svm^burv * 
J. "H. Sp- rhawk. Hartford 
Elijah T. Bird, do, 

NIW-IIAYEN COUNTT. 

Drs. Joseph Foot, Nortri~Haven : 
EH lees, New-Haven 

Thomas Goodsell, do. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Drs. John O. Miner, Groton 
Thomas Cmt 3 New-London 
Samuel H. P. Lee, do. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

©rs. Gideon Shepherd, New-Town 
Bennet Perry, 4o» 



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Gideon Beardsley, Huntington 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Drs. Barius Hutchins, Pomfret 
Joseph Palmer, Ashford 
Andrew Harris, Canterbury 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

DrB. Je6se Carrington, Colebrook 
Nathaniel Perry, Woodbury 
Warren R. Fowler, Warrington 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Drs. Richard Ely, jun. Saybrook 
Smith Clark, Iladdam 
Austin Alcott, Kiilingworth 

TOLLAND COUNTY, 

Drs. John S. Peters, -Hebron 
Daaiel Peck, Stafford 
Eleazer McCray, Bolton 



Gierke of their respective Countiitm 

Nartfoid County. 
Dr. J. H. Sparha^k, Hartford 
JS/ew-Ifaven County, 
Dr, EliasiShipman, New-Haven 

ftew-Lo7idon County. 
Dr. Thomas Coit, jun- New -London 

Fairfield County. 
Dr. Gideon Beardsley, Huntington 

Windham County. 
Dr. Thomas Morse, Woodstock 

IJtchfield Cminty. 
Dr. Samuel Buel, Litchfield 

Middlesex County. 
Dr. Samuel Carter, Saybrook 

Tolland County* 
Dr. John S.Peters, Hebron 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Hon. John C. Smith, President. 

Vice Presidents. 

Hon. Jed. Huntington, I Rev. Azel Backus, 

Rev. Samuel Nott, | Rev. Samuel Merwin, 

Mr. Jasaes Rogers, Treasurer. 

Mr. Henry Hudson, Secretary* 

Directing Committee. 



Rev. C. Chapin, 
Rev. A. Yates, 
Ichabod L. Skinner, Esq. 
Re£. Htfaty Grew, 



Hon- C. Goodrich, 
Samuel Pitkin ^ Esq. 
Rev. Amos Bassett, 
Rev. Abel Flint, 
Rev. H. A. Rowland, 
Rev. Abel Flint, Agent for the distribution of Bibles 
(Annual meeting, holden at Hartford, second Thur^ 
day in May.) 

Connecticut Academy of Art? and Sciences* 

Rev. Timothy D wight, d*d. President 
His Ex. Je»hn Treadwell, l.l* d. 7 Vice 
Hon. David Humphreys, l*l,1). %JPrc&idcn4fy 
Hon* Chauncey Goodrich, 
Rev. James Dana,, *>.d. 
Right Rev. Abram Jitrvis, B«s. )> Councillors 
Rev. Bela Hubbard, p.p. 
Hon. John C. Sftiith, 

Enoch Perkins, esq. "J /•>,„„„„*,„-./;„.. 
Hon, David Dagget? %^fj B ^ 
Barzillai Slosson, esq. $ *» ecretuVies ' 
Mr. Jeremiah Day, Recording Secretary 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer 
Benj. Si Hi oa an, esq. Keeper of the Cabinet 
Rev. Timo, D wight, d.d. "i Commitle 
Noah Webster, esq* > of 

Benjamin Silhman, esq. 3 Publication! 



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SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS, 

Officers cf Knight Temfildfs J^ncamfimend 

James Baxter, Captain General. 

James Ward, 1st Captain. 

David Deraihg, 2d Captain. 

Bbetiefcer Perking Marshal. 

John R. Watrous, Secretary. 

Asa Bi^elow, Treasurer. 

(The Sir Knights of this State met at New- 

f^ondon, on the 6th day of April, 1810, and formed 

themselves into a regular Encampment, under a 

Charter from England ; is stiled The Grand En- 

€amjw:cnt of the State of Connecticut, J 



Officers cf Grand Royal drch Chapter (f 

Connecticut. 

JohnR. Watvous, g. h. p. 
David Baldwin, d. g. h. p. 

Andrew L. Hill, g. k. 
Samuel C. Trackman, g. s. 

Henry Champion, g. t. 

Rev. Jonti r>ler, g. c. 

Consider Slerrv, g. m. 
Diah Mantii^g, &. Toiler. 



Qjflccrs of the Grand Lodge cf Connecticut* 

M. W* Stephen Ti ITcsmer, g. ii* 
R, W, D&vi 3 0;^.^u, d. g. m« 



ion; p> t. 



. g. d. 



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&iaf iters of Royal Arch Mtsom* 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown. 
Solomon Chapter, Derby. 
Washington Chapter, Middletown. 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich. 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchesteri 
Franklin Chapter, New-Haven. 
Uni«m Chapter, New-London. 
Lynch Chapter, Weston and Reading. 
Trinity Chapter, Windham. 
Fidelity Chapter, Woodbury. 
Rittenhouse Chapter, Stanford. 



Master Lodges 
No. 1 Hiram New-Haven 

2 St, John's Middletown 

3 St, John's Bridgeport 

4 St". John's, Hartford 

5 St. John's, Norwalk 

6 Union. Greenwich 

7 K.Solomon's Woodbury 

8 St. John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, Wallingford 

10 Wooster, Colchester 
USt. Paul's, Litchfield 
12 King Hiram, Derby 

13 Montgomery, SaUbury 

14 Frederick, Farmington 

15 Moriah, Canterbury 

16 Temple, Cheshire 

17 Federal, Water town 

18 Hiram, Newtown 
19Washington,Hantington 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

21 St. Peter's, N. Mil ford 

22 Hart's Wootfbrldge 

23 St. James's, Preston 

24 Uriel, Mansfield 

25 Columbia, Stepney 



in Connecticut. 

26 Columbia, E. Haddam 

27 Rising Sun,Washington 

28 Mor. Star E. Windsor 

29 Village, W. Simsbury 

30 Day Spring, Hamden 

31 Union, New- London 

32 Meridian Sun Warren 
33Friendship.Southington 

34 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwington 

36 St. Mark's, Granby 
27 Western Star, Norfolk 

38 St. Alban's, Guilford 

39 Ark, Weston 

40 Union, Danbury 

41 Federal, Brookfield 

42 Harmony, Waterbury 

43 Trinity, Killingworth 
U E.Star,Leb. & windh. 
45 Pythagoras, Lyme 
4-6 Putnam, Pomfret 

47 Morning Star, Oxford 

48 St. Lr.\e's, Kent 

49 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 
j0 Warren, Andover 



Militia of Connecticut 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN TREADWELL, Esq. 

Captain General and Commander in Chief 
Col. ErastusGay, "> 4i . fla r ,, 

Col. George TreadwcllJ^ fl ^ 

Hon. Roger Griswold, esq. Lieutenant General 

Major Ebcnezer Learned, \ *:. . r*^l 

Major Wm. F. Brainard,j ^ d *- d ^™fi 

Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant 

General 

Major Thomas M. Huntington,") ^ ; , , n . 

Major Henry Hudson, * 'j^-^-C^z/z 

Col. John Mix, esq. Quarter Master General 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

A? Har?ford. 

Horse, Joshua P. Eurnham, Major Commandant 
James Fortune, 1st Lieutenant 
John Barnard, j'r, 2d Lieutenant 
Normand Smith, Cornet 

Foot. Nathaniel Terry, Major Commandant 
Isaac D. Bull, 1st Lieutenant 
Eliphalet Terry, j'r, 2d Lieutenant 
Walter Mitchell, 3d Lieutenant 
Richard, E. Goodwin, 4th Lieutenant 
Philo Hillyer, Ensign 

A? New-Hayhs. 
Horse* Elihu Munson, Major-commandant 
William A.Babcock, 1st Lieutenant 
Charles Austin, 2d Lieutenant 
Josiah B. Morse, cornet 
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Foot. Luther Bradley, Major Commandant 
Henry Eld, 1st Lieutenant 
Timothy Bishop, 2d Lieutenant 
Elcazer Foster, 3d Lieutenant 
Jared Doohtue, 4th Lieutenant 
Timothy Plant, Ensign 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting cf the First and Seventh Brigades 

Solomon Cowies, esq. Major General 
Major George Cowies, } .. , , r . 
Major William L. Cowies, 3 r^'VW 

'FIRST BRIGJDE. 

Charles Jcncks* e c q. Brigadier General 

Lebbeus P. Tinker, iBn^deiMapr and Inspector 

James Loomis, Brigade Quarter Master 

1st Rf.gt. Closes Trynnj'r lieut. col commandant. 

Junes Bigelow, 1st niaja Luther Fitch, 2d maj. 

Peter B. Gleason, adjutant. Henry A. Rowland, 
chaplain. Harris Haskell, quarter-master. Ros- 
well Bartholomew?, pay-master- j£fifct/ian II. Spur- 
hawk, surgeon.. Nathan Strong JY, surgeon's-matc. 

M.ArcssComfiony* — Faisha Phelps, captain.. An- 
son G. Phelps, 1st it. Frederick Lathrcp, 2d it. 
, XaViM&i?i& IJnitenanis 2^'cigns 

IYeei:rm(>i\x:ker Jeremiah Brown William Barnard 
Isaac Chandler RobertT.Iviatl'er Henry Loon's 
nb,a Cock Eli VVadsw.ortH Jos. Woodbridge 

MiE*tfti ! ;Hswor.thSeth Dexter (^ear.-e Ho- :-ul 

Jede<iiahW-Mil:Stv'L GcOdnaan'jh' lav -re Bolder 

Hez. Webster Tvlnvtin Tv:^? 

Asi-iheJ Ne.-vv : i^j John F. VV'aters ftvasfcis B^wr^er, 

George Cook Math"' Goodwin James < larsfi 

lath Regt. Noah A- Pht\o% ibut col. rioovmxnd't. 



Samuel Clark, 1st rnaj. Calvin Barber, 2d maj. 
B. II. Wilcox, adjutant. Allen M'Lr/u], chaplain 
Haynes Wood bridge, quarter-master. James Good- 
win, piy-m aster. Gideon Case, surgeon. Allen 
Watson, surgeon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Isaac Phelps S. B. Dibble James Lewis 

Enoch Buttler Arch. Kasson j'r Richard Vining 

Jona.Pettibone j'rMoses Case Philander Case 

Moses Grimes Isaiah Ensign Dud. Humphreys 
James Iiowaid Joel Clark Prosper Kosmer 

A- P. Humph reys Jared Mills j'r Gad Curtis 
Dan G. Vining Dav. Thomas j'r James Higgins j'r 
Ezra Adams j'r Loin Humphreys Seymour A,iVioses 
Jesse P. Holcomb John Viets Levi Griffin 

Jos. Goodwin j'r Oliver Felley William Adams 

19th Regt. John Wats.on, j'r, lieut, col. comm'dt. 
Rzfa Brainard, 1st maj. Ephraim Isham, 2d njs$» 

Eliph ale? Kiliam , adjutant- Ar, d rew Yates, chap - 
lain. Timothy Ellsworth-, quarter-master. S. 0. 
Goodwin, pay-master. Eleazer M'Cray, surgeon. 
David Bemi^.s, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matrosj Confiany.—loszph Pitkin, captain. Na- 
than Pitkin, 1st It. Amherst Reynolds, 2d It. Giles 
Olmsted, 3d It. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

LJght Infantry 
Daniel IT n'den Erastus Strong Alexander King 
Nathan Cohoon Eliphalet Smith "Neheau Osborn 

Martin Stanley Joseph Goodwin 

Ashur- Allen " Eli Svmonds David Abbe 

J \m Taicott j'r John Talcott 

Austin Porter Flisha Hills William Goodale 

Leonard Dunton Justus M. KinneyClark Foster 

Amos .Sucklaud Samuel Peck " Silas Drake j 'r 



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Francis M'Lean John A. Hall Elliott Palmer 
James w.SkinnerWilliam Culver 
Elisba Morton Simeon Barber James Trumbull 
Silas Hills Robert M'Kee Eleazer Hollister 

22d Regt. Eli -ikim Chapman, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Tubal Case, 1st maj. Noah Porter, 2d maj. 
Elijah Smith, adjutant. Abial Abbot, chaplain. 
Joseph G. Norton, quartermaster. Samuel Griggs, 
pay-master- Dan Peck, surgeon. Judfth Bliss, sur- 
geon's-mate. 

Malross Comfiany. ^-Captain vacant. 1st lieuten- 
ant vacant* 2d lieutenant vacant. 

Cajitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Thurs. Carpenter Eleaz. Washburn 

S. Chapman j'r Elijah Smith Daniel Griggs 

Nathan Rose Joseph Dow James White 

Samuel Strong Darius Alien Alva a Hyde 

Ezra Chapman John Bliss ' John Kingsbury 

Cephas Dunham Barthol. Potter Elijah Hanks j'r 

John Crawford Sam*lCrawfordj'rAbner Badger 

Joseph Rose Joseph Talcott j'rGad Hunt 

David Gay David Hunt Sam'l E Johnston 

Jiiisha Bradley Oliver Foot Caleb Carlton 2d 

51st Regt. Thaddeus Leavett, j'r, It. col, comm'dt. 
Amaziah Kibbe, j'r, 1st maj. Elam Pease, 2d maj. 
Godfrey Scarborough, adjutant. Neherriiah Prud- 
den, chaplain. Roswell Parsons, quarter-master. 
William Mather, pay-master. Joan Wood, sur- 
geon. David Currier, surgeon 's-mate. 

Cafrtuins Lieutenants Ensigns 

Robert Morrison 

Fred'k. Taylor Samuel Norris Jona'n Remingtoi> 
George Loomis Christopher JonesSamuel Kent 
Samuel Pease Taber Collins Jonah Griswold 
WiiliSLXi Cook Job Hubbard Luke Billings 



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Tho's Chandler Reuben Pease 
Gaius Pease Luke Kibbe 
AiexY Hasman 
Horace Kendall Simon Kendall j'rP>ildad Fowler j'r 
Israel Phelps Gideon Trumbull 



©aius Pease 
Vafehni Hall 
Philip Nelson 



Fi*4$ Regiment Cavalry. 

William Thompson, licutenant-colonel-commandant. 
Vacant major, Timothy Alien, adjutant, bbu- 
bael Bartlett, chaplain. Paul Pomeroy, quarter- 
master. Charts Reynolds, pay-master. John W. 
Hanchett, surgeon. WilliamCooley, surgeon's-maie. 



1st Comfiany 
William Gxiswbld, capt. 
Obadi.ih Loomis, 1st It. 
William More, 2d do. 
Cornelius Cadwell, cor't 

2d Com fi any 
Oliver C. Phelps,captain 
Austin Phelps, Istlieut. 
Frederick Phelps, 2d do. 
Erastus Bod well, cornet 

3d Com/iany 
Jonathan Bartlett,captain 
Epaphras L. Phelps, l&t It. 



John Collins, 2d do. 
Samuel Belcher, cornet 

4ih Comfiany 
Nath'i Gil mo re, captain 
Oliver Holt, 1st lioiit. 
Elijah C. Pearl, 2d do.- 
John T. Green, cornet 

5 tit Comfianij 
Joseph Abbot, captain 
Nathan Pease, jY, 1st It, 
EzekielSpencei'jj'r^d do. 
Timothy Abbe, cornet 



SEVENTH BRIG J BE* 
LeviLusk, esq. Brigadier General. 
I Martin Kellogg, jun. Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Martin Welles, Brigade Quarter -Master. 

6th regt. Samuel . Sellew, lieut col. commandant. 

Simeon North, 1st major. 2d major absent 
George Plummer, adjutant. Prince Hawes, chap- 
lain. Philo Hale, quarter-master. Horace Lr-ui- 
rner, pay-master. Nathan W. Hale, sergeant-major. 
Eieazer Seilesv, quarter master sergeant. JcsiaU 
Strickland; drum -major. Samuel Kelsev ; iiie-mu* 
jor. 

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Cufilains Ueutencmts Enstgns 

Allen Smith lofonPalmaj? Wm. Willard 

Joseph St ill man Elisha Coleman James Butler 

James Sellew P>enj. Hale, jun. Howel Holmes 
"JileazerGoodrichKoger Warner Henry Whit more 

Barnes Deming Jos&ph Camp, jr. Wm. Deming 

Tho. Hollister Gera Goodale Jared Strickland 

"Ezra Dayton Ashbel v Alger Noah Try on 

Oliver Weldon Oliver Sage Benj. Wilcox 

loth regt. Theodore Pettibone,it. coL commfuVdt 
Elijah Manross, 1st maj. Ceorge Cowles, 2d maj. 

Gad Stanley, adjutant. Noah Porter, chaplain. 
Sa:i.;uel Ti-Ilotson, quarter-master. Samuel Stee.T, 
pay-master. Titus Merriman, surgeon. Elijah 
Flowers, surgeon's-mate. 

Grenadier Co??ifiany>. Adna Crampton, captain. 
Timothy Cowles, lieut. Chauncey Sweet, ensign. 

fjght Infantry. Martin Potter, captain. Harvey 
Smith retuenant, liurm Hitchcock, ensign 

Al-Uras Comfiami, Azariah Johnson, captain. 
Jjun B< HeiKtnck, 1st lieut, Tho. Atkins, 2d lieut. 

Cafit'his Ueutenants Eiihigns 

Pomeray Sti&rig Sylv. Woodruff Wm* Stanley 
Jabes Lingdoo Nathan WilliamsTimo. Botsiord 
1 IzekJel A:hdi us Oliver Stanley ■ Seth I, North 
Philip Gaylotfd Tho. Mitchel Isaiah Norton 
A:viGii m. -tUhe. .vs Ephraim koper Freeman Upson 
KuiusE. Hawiey Dan Deming Gideon B. Hart 
Eldad 1#, Jerome Jael Barnes Joel Reckwith 

Gad Frisble Ab'rnPettibonejr,Giles Griswold 

23d regt. Enoch Huntington, It. col. commandant 
Daniel White, 1st maj. Josiah Sao;e, 2d maj. 
Chauncey Whittlesey, adjutant. William Van~ 
deurson, quarter-master. William Lyman, pay- 
master. Dan Huntington, chaplain, Joiu; Rich* 
Siond, Surgeon* 



Ca/Uoihis Lieutenant* Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Nathaniel WitcbxThonias Sill Daniel Camp 

Jc-re. Taylor Char's Churchill Tho. Stewart 

H. Tread way Charles Brewer Josiah Wetmore 

AbijaU Savage jr. Isaac Webber 

Enoch Try on John Johnson Win, Wheeler 

Wm. P. Pelton Joel Bar'Jett Augustin Overton 

Ozias Brainard Stephen Stocking Seldon Gates 

William Beyins Seth Hirdbley 1> H. Birdsey 

Oliver Brainard Jos. Caswell, jr. 

John Ames Asaph Abbey D. Crittenden 

John Bacon N. Boardman Lem'l While 

24th regt. John Isham, j'r lieut, col. commands. 

Jonah Gates, 1st maj. Jo3hua Bulkley, 2d.2d maj. 

Samuel Kellogg, 2d. adjutant. William Lyman, 
chaplain. Abraham Shepard, quarter-master. E- 
paphroditus Champion, jun. pay-master. Elijah 
Butts, surgeon 
Captains 
Joseph Church 
Reuben RJish 

Darius Brainard [.A o return of the names 

Augustus Williams cf Subalterns, for 24tfa 

Jonathan Whipples Regiment*'] 

Piodate Lord 
Jonathan Beckwith 
Asa Newton j jun. 



7th Regiment Cavalry. 
Gad Cowles, lieutenant col. commandant 
David Deming, major. 
Thomas Hubbard, adjutant. Edbert Cowles* 
quarter-master. Joshua L. Williams, chaplain. Ed- 
ward Cowles, paymaster, Henry Wadswoith, sur- 
geon. 



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1st Company 
William Wright, captain 
George Bulkelev, 1st It. 
Richard Lord, 2d do.. 
Orriii Chapniun, cornet 

2d Company 
Jtcob Wilcox, captain 
Eiisha Kirbv, 1st iieut. 



Mh Company 
Martin Cowles, captain 
Tho's Wadsworth,<st It. 
Ozcm Woodruff, 2fl do. 
Chauncey Hooker, corn't 

5 h Com fumy 
A sap h VV h ittlese y ,'capt. 
Reuben Dunham* 1st if. 



Eiisha Wetmorc, 2d do. David Hubbard, 2d' do 



Asa Board man, comet 

3:1 Company 
Stephen Barnes, captain 
Levi Barnes, 1st lieut. 
Urban Barrett, 2d lieut. 
Philemon Woodruff, cor't 



Samuel Hanmer.j'r, cor't 

dik Co?n//ani,' 
Joseph Bucll, j'r, captain 
David Buell, 1st lieut. 
Eleazer Veasy, 2d do. 
Vine Starr, cornet 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigades. 
John Hubbard, esq. Major-Generul 

> Aidx-de-Camft 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

James Meriman, Esq Brigadier General, 

Selh P. Staples, Brigade Maj. and Inspector. 

Ebeneser Huggins. Brigade Quarter Master- 



2d REGT. 



_ 5 lieut. col. com'dt. 

Charles Bostwick, 1st major, Hezekiah Howe, 
Sd msjor. John H. Lynde, adjutant Abraham AK 
ling, chaplain. Rosweil Lee, quarter muster. Jared 
Bradley, paymaster. Eli Ives, surgeon. 
Ma tross Comp a n y . 
S.'th P. Staples, captain. David Kimberly, 1st. 
Iieut. Wdiium Stanley, 2d lieut. Richard Culler* 
3d lieut. Charles Sberman, 4t e «U 

Captains Lieutenants Entigns 

B. Bradley Zebub Bradley Henrv Lynes 

Eiisha Hull Jesse Alien jLent Bishop 



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AbranV Pardy Arnos Morris Isaac Tardy 

Nathan Piatt Philemon Smith Enos Smith 

John Beach Thomas BrockettGiles Pierpont jr« 

Seba Tharp Lyman Tattle Benajah Bishop 

S- Goodyear Ansel Kelsy Ambrose Tuttle 

Levy Gorham Ewd Kneeland Stephen Babcock 

7th regt. Joseph Hill, Ueut. col. commandant. 

lilihha Sill, 1st maj. John Brainard 2d maj. 

George W. Jewett, adjutant. Aaron Hoyey, 

chaplain. Amaziah Bray, quarter master. Linus 

Parmele, jun. pay master". Samuel Carter, surgeon. 

Ezra S. Mather, surgeon's mate. 

Cafuains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm. Clark Asa Kirtlandj'r Timo. Pratt jun. 

Steph, Dickenson Gideon Higgtns 
Austin Olcot George Buell 

Eli Denison Jabez South worth John Bull jun. 

Timothy Spencer Jed. Chapman William Bushnell 
Daniel Brainard James Walkly Amos Smith 
I. Parmalee Moses Wilcox Aaron Wilcox 

Joseph Shipman Zackeriah CiarkEIeazer Clark 
Abrah. Hubbard Jonathan Burr Smith Hubbard 
Bela Clark Ebenczer Clark Obadiah Pratt 



30th regt. Eliakim Hall, lieut* col. canVdt. 

Jesse Ford 1st major. Joseph Pratt 2d major, 

Wedworth Wadsworth adjutant. James Noyes, 

chaplain, John Barker quarter-master. Livenus 

Carington pay-master. John Andrews surgeon. 

Lyman Norton surgeon\-m:ite. 

Cajitaina Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry* 
Samuel Peck Thomas Curtiss Ethelbut Renhaxft 
Caleb Thompson Caleb Cook Asapla Hall 

Wm. Marks Ira Andrews Butler Ives 
Jesse Smith Chas. Robinson Bial Camp 

Reuben W. Rice Thomas Street 



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Eliphaz NettletonJes~e At water Ozias Camp 
Solomon R. Hall Rosweli Cowles Lyman Collins 
Abra'm Barns 



27th regt. Phineas Meigs, lieu. col. com'dt. 
Silas Benton, 1st major. Abel Rdsseter, l 2d Major. 
Abraham J. Chittenden, adjutant, Timothy P. 
Gillet, chaplain. Abel Hoit, quarter- master. Na- 
than Bushnei, pay-master. David Marvin, surgeon. 
Ilciuan P. Brooks, surgeon's-mate. 

Ca/ituins Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Ozias Wheden Jeremiah PalmerAh J Chittenden 

Thomas Barges Edward Elliot Amos Fowler 

Rums Palmer Joel Kes Abraham Rogerf 

Charles Falkner Abraham Coan Benj. Bradley 

John- F. Meigs Eber Judd Curtis Wilcox 

Jesse Lindsley Augusta Russel Sam'l Harrisoa 
Benj. Baldwin _ David ChittendenGideon Sume 

John Foot Ma'achi Cook Denis Talmage 

Josiah Munger William Hale Abiier Bishop 

S2d rrgt. John D*vis lieut col. commandant, 
Ira Smith, 1st major; William Fin 2d major, 
Benjamin Candee, adjutant. Caleb Pitkin chap- 
lain. John T* Wheeier, quarter-va aster. David 
Candee, pay-master. Liberty Kimberly, surgeon. 
John Carrington, surgeon's-mate. 

Cd/itai/is XMutenawz Ensigns 

Greraflicrs 
Joseph ; Piatt Michael Pf cfe 
Luther Lines Hiinehas-Feck Joe! Ik .tchkiss 

Barna. Woo;] cock iJfefce mi ah Clark D mi< 1 Clark 
Robert Yates David Jackson ' ac Ti* mpson 
Oliver Ckfk John Benjamin ienryTUiltoJ 
Isaac Beech Natanl Baldwin John D rling 

Philo Bcecher Gideon Riggs Ans-jn D-vts 



10? 

Jesse Beecher Orange BosworthEden Johnson 
Josiah Nettie ton David Lum John Lum 

Josiah Svviit David Johnson 



Id llc^imcnt Cavalry. 

Dan Lmslcy v lieuteiiantxcloiiei-commanctent 

Asa Piatt, "major. George Hoadley, adjutant. 

Samuel Mer win, chaplain. Isaac Benton y J±\&\vte f*- 

mabler. l4aierHSaifch6lo>jpew, pay-master* Joseph 

Foot } surgeon. Thomas Gocoked, surgeon's mate. 

is* Troop 2d Troop 

Jonathan Rose 2d, cap* am Jared Cock, captain 
Amos Bradlev 3d, 1st It. j Chauncey Hail, 1st lieut. 
TbacL Harrison, 2d do. j gpous Cook, 2d do. 
Lyman Atwater, cornet j Ira Yale, cornet 

2d Troop. Attn Troop 

Samuel W.Pratt, captain csptaln 

Simeon Smith, fet lleut. Oliver Ckrk, istiicut. 
Jael Kedsey, 2d do. Ich. A. Wpodru^ 2d fa 

Samuel Werner, cornet j cornet 

FOUR Til BRIG J BE. 

Matthnrs Nicoil, cap Brigadier General, 

Richard P. Nichols, brigade Ma|or ahd iaa.eector 

Joseph P. Sheitoii, Brigade Quarter Master 

4thREGT. Albert Lockheed. licut, eel. commands. 
Ger::hoai Kurr, Istimj. John alecker, 2d -v-ep 
Lemuel Idawley, adjutant.' Hemau Humphrey, 
chnphinr Aaron Sandibcdj qvairter-raaster, Isaac 
Thorpj ^y^master. 

iVfatr<.#$: C'.jrxfhViy.— Garden Partram, c.p'ain. 
Ezra Grbcrt, lit iieur. Pfcter Nichols, 2d lieut, 
Cafmim jLiautenanii Entign* 

Sam*! W^e^an^ose^h Purges Robert Kn*$ 
David Sturgea David G.sborn, j'r Tarda Ik Beers 
Isaac Bemiet JoiiriW^H^fardSimpn -Couch 
Joan S':ap:o- Ab'm D. Baldwin Daniel Gjeuid 
Joseph Darling Coinibrt ietarr Benj. A* Darling 



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David I 3 ». GodfreySHlmaan Godfrey Thaddeus Perry 
Hull Faynton Peter Bradley Oliver CHanford 
John Hill Walter Whitlock 

WalkerShenvoodCyrus Silfirnaii Benj. Beardslee 

9th Regt. Samuel Dean, l:eut. col. commandant 
Ebenezer Mead, It maj. Joseph Lockwood, 2d maj. 
Nathan H. Read, adjutant. Arnzi Lewis, chaplain. 
Samuel Keeler, quarter-master. Ezra Scofield, 3d, 
pay- master. Samuel Webb, surgeon, John Augur, 
surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
William Smith jr. Daniel Lockweod 
Gideon Holmes Isaac Peck 

Benjamin Ferine Robert Scofield Seth Weed 
Alex'r Henric Elias Peck 
William King Bat^Hoy t Peter Smith 

Thomas Jessup Horton Reynolds David Hubby 
Monm'th WiUson William LeonardThomas Bundage 
Isaac Ay res, sergeant-commandant 
Seth Mead Drake Heustid Thomas Lyon 

Elijah Weed John Curtiss Philo Weed 

28th Regt. Ephraim J- Wilcoxson, lieut. col. com 't 
James Beardslee, 1st maj. Philo Lewis, 2d maj. 
Robert South worth, adjutant. Asahel Baldwin, 

chaplain, "Noah Piumbe, quarter-master. Nathan 

Tisdale, surgeon. Gideon Beardsiee, surgeon 's- 

Biate. 

Mat r oss Company* — Philip Walker, cap!;. Isaac 

Munn, 1st lieut, William Wordin, 2d lieut. 
Captains l Lieutenants Ensigns 

William Walker Ransom Beach N. C Blackmail 

Daniel Burritt Ethan Sherwood 

Nathan L. Wheeler 

William Hawley Eben'r Wheeler Ez'\a De Forest 

I*. Faircbildj'r Robert Mallet Daniel Edward* 



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Geo. L. She'rm&riLemuel M'Ewen Eli L.UawIcy 
David B. Hubbeli John Nichols Eli Lacey 

S4th Regt. Buckingham Lockwood, It col. com'dt 
Joseph Chapman, 1st maj. Enoch St. John, 2d maj. 

William Hawley, adjutant, William Bonney, chap- 
lain. Frederick St. John, quarter- master* Clarke 
Bissell, pay-master. Daniel Bouton, surgeon. Wil- 
liam Percival, sur&eon's-mate. John F. King, ser- 
geant-major. 

Matrons Company.— Charles Manfcrd, captain- 
David Taylor, 2d lieut. 

ftl Grmcdier Co._~Ebenezer Koyt, capt. John 
Watrous j'r, lieut. Ebenezer Smith,* ensign. 

2d Grenadier Co. — Kehcmiah Lockwood, captain* 
Ezra Benedict 2d, lieutenant. Hezekiah St. John, 
ensign 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Bolt Wm. J Street 

S. B. Grummon Philip Northrop Thomas Dauchey 
Aaron G. Hoyt Moses Bixby Joseph Bouton 
Wm- Belden Erastus Sturges William Dudley' 
IVlartin Hanford Jacob Si Hick Abijah Com stock 
Sillick Seeley Elijah Read 

John Gray ' Jabez Adams Rezekiah JelifF 
Thomas lloscue John Dunning Isaac Abbott 

4th Regiment Cavalry 
Enoch Foote, lieutenant-colonel-cornmandant 
Abel Hall, major. Simon Backus, adjutant. Hen- 
ry Whitlook, chaplain. Daniel Sennet, quarter- 
master. Richard Hyde, pay-master. William B. 
Nash, surgeon. Philo Kail, surgeon's-mate. 



1st Troop 
Silas C Beardsiee, capt 
Cyrus Lewis, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Wheeler, 2d do. 
Philo Birdsey, cornet 



K 



K 2d Troop 
Daniel Turrell, captain 
Aaron Bouton, 1st lieut* 
Melanthon Hoyt, 2d do. 
cornet 



no 



54 'Trco/i 
James Winter captain 

1st iieut. 
Joseph \V*Gorham,2d do. 

conret 



Ath Troofi 
Isaac Quintard, captain 
Amos 1 lusted, 1st lieut. 
John Brown, 2d do- 
James Shelding, cornet 



THIRD DIVISION, 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades 
Zachariah Huntington, esq. Major General 
Charles P. Huntington, 7 a- 1 ^ ^ 
Jabtz W. Huntington, j 4ute-de-Camji 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

William Williams, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Thomas VV> Wi )iams,Brigae]e Major and Inspector. 

Charles Griswold, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

3d Regt. Jirah Isham, lieut. col. commandant. - 
Wm. Moore 4th, 1st maj. John H. Frink, 2d maj. 
Martin Lee, adjutant, Charles Seabury chaplain. 
Tana. Starr, j'r, quarter-master. Robert Coit, pay- 
master. Vacant surgeon. Henry Clark, surgeon's- 
mate. Benjamin Brown, sergeant-major. Gurdon 
Kimball, quarter-master-sergeant. 

Matross Com/iany*— John W. Green, captain. 
Henry Douglass, 1st lieut. John French 2d It. 
Ca/itahis Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Saml Thompson Burrill Thompson 

4 

StephenChandler David Funk j'r 

Increase Wiilson Abi. W 7 oodivard Henry Smith 
Junes West David Whaley John Vallett 

.laines Powers Daniel Steward Rob. A. Gardner 
Amos Crocker Klihu White Robert Dart 
i;em1 G.CrockerWm. Stebbins Elisha Beckwith 
John Goii&don Isaac Turner j'r Samuel Comstock 
Ezra Ivt-eney Samuel Green Harris Rogers 
Sth Regt. William Belcher, lieut, cot command' t. 



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EHsha Avery, 1st maj. Daniel Morgan, 3d. ?d maj. 
ElishaJ. Abel, adjutant. Horatio Waldo, chap- 
hum Jamas L. Lester, quarter-master. FrecVk. A. 
Avery, pay-master. Bishop Tyler, surgeon* Chrifi- 
to. S. Avery, surgeon 's-mate. William Tucker.jY, 
sergeant-major. Elisha B. Brewster, q^aKer-mas- 
ter-sergeant. 

Captains Lieutenants JSmtgns 

Wm. VV. Avery Actfeu Cook Gilbert Button 

Mich. S. Lester Noves Barber John Barber j'r 
Allyn Williams SiLis Niies Amos .Morgan 

Joseph Wilbur Nathan Stanton Joseph Lester 
Joseph Stanton Joseph C. Tyler John Avery j'r 
Eneas Morgan Stephen Billings Erastus Williams 
Elisha Smith Jonas Ayer Wm. M. Morse 

Amos Geer j'r Samuel Wood James Geer 2d 
Jesse Williams Sylv'r R. Clark Jona'n Wheeler 

20th Rect. Gerard Carpenter, lieut col. comm'dt. 
Freeman Tracy, 1st raaj. James Gordon, 2d maj. 
Charles Thomas, adjutant. Levi Nelson, chaplain* 
James Stedman. quarter-master. George L.Perkins, 
pay-master. George Turner, surgeon. Albert Tra- 
cy, surgeon's mate. Russell Hubbard, sergeant-ma- 
jor. Charles F. Harrington, qr. master-sergeant. 
. Matrons Company, — Burrel Woodworth, captain. 
R. Morgan, 1st lieut* Charles Thomas, 2d lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
AugustusLathrop Joseph Williams Benjamin Adams 

Grenadier Comfiany 
Steph. B. Allyn Charles French Samuel Story 

Josh. Maples j'r AmosBenuet John Barstow 
Joshua Tracy Joseph H. Mills 
Roswell Adams Bishop Burnkam Stephen Tracy 

Smith Adams Paul Harvey Eph'm Benjamin 

Eben'r Hough Elijah Abel E. Huntington j'r 

Thomas Dow Alyan Abel Ambrose Peck 

Luther EdgertonErastus Celt Thomas Gavifc 



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Charles Perkins William Waters Spencer Lyon 

30th Regt. Isaac Williams 2d, lieut col comro'dt. 
Wfi». Randall, 1st maj. Nathan Wheeler, 2d maj. 
Cyrus Williams? adjutant. Ira Hart, .chaplain* 
Latham Hull, quarter-master- Giles R. Haliam> 
pay-master. William Lord, surgeon. John Billings* 
surgeon 's-mate. 

Cafttains Lieutenants Ensig?is ' 

Joseph Palmer Denison Noyes Thomas Lewis 
Daniel Baldwin Asa M. Swan Nachan Billings 

Ichabod Brown Jesse Breed 
Isaac Williams LathropWiDiamsWm. Peckham 
Randall Brown Phineas Wheeler John Hyde 
aNTathanFeadletonCnr. Browa j'r James Palmer 
Daniel Miner Amos Holmes Phineas Wheeler 
William Potter Horatio G. LewisDaniei Frink 

33d Regt. William Sterling, lieut. col. command'!* 
Asa Comstock, 1st maj. Marsh Ely, 2d maj. 

Samuel B» Mather, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, 
chaplain. Horace Ely, quarter-master. Thomas 
Griswold, pay-master. John Smith surgeon. John 
Brockway 3d, surgeons-mate. 

Matross Comftany -—Wm* H. Johnson, captain. 
Charles Harrison, 1st It. Charles P. Miller, 2d It. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Enxigns 

Nath'l Clark W T m. M. Smith Joseph Clark 
Elkenah Huntley J. Manwaring 
Peter Lord Jonathan Hall William Lord 

Oliver Comstock Samuel C. Selden 

Charles Bishop Robert Wilcox Lynde Reed 
Chaua.Beckwith ZachHungerfordCalvin Comstock 
Jedidiah Beeoe Calvin B. Fish Sylvanus Smith 



Third Regiment Cavalry 
Jehicl Johnson, lie ut. col. commandant 
Daniel Grant, major. VVilliam Smith, adjutant. 
Jonathan Murdock chaplain, Nehemiah H. Fitch, 



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<q«arter-master. Amos Hull, pay-master. John 
Smith, surgeon- Vacant surgeon's-male, Henry r. 
Lamb,se: -geant-major. Charles Wheeler, quarter- 
master sergeant. 



1st Company 
William Crocker, captain 
Cyrus Pundcrson, 1st It. 
Samuel Gager, 2d do. 



3d Company 
Jarcd Baker, captain 
Nathan Frink, 1st hcut. 
John Brown, 2d do. 



Kussel Rose, cornet Joshua E. Woodworth, c 'c 



2d Company 
Nicholas Chester, captain 
Thomas AUyn, 1st lieut. 
Charles Crary, 2d do. 
Eiiha Avery, cornet 



A/Ji Company 
Hosea Wheeler j'r, ca]ft. 
Elisha Williams j'r,Xfct &. 
Elias Holmes, 2d jdo* 
I Stephen L, Avery jCorn't 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 
Jedediah Johnson, esq. Brigadier Genera!. 
John Fitch, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Andrew T. Judson, Brigade Quarter-Masteiv 

£th reg't. John Salter, lieut. col* comd't. 
Jason Woodward, 1st major. David Sfcrarjg, 2d : mj> 
Roger Southworth, adjutant. Moses G. Welch , 
chaplain. Edmund Howe, quarter-master. Erastus 
Willcox, pay-master. Earl Swift, surgeon. William 
Brewster, surgeon's-matt*. 

Matrass Company Eben'r Huntington, captain, 
Gurdon Hehhard, 1st lieut. Guy Hebhard, 2d iituU 
Cajitains IJeutSnants Eri±ig7ia 

G?e?2cu!i<r Company. 
Asahel Hammond Elisha Grow Vacant 

IJght Infantry Company. 
- Luther Topliff Nathan Hall Enoch Freeman 

Sumner BabcGckCharles Palmer Lucius Abbe 
George Swift Elias Robinson John Trumbull 
William Cary, jrt Ralph Manning Ozir.s Church. 
Ebenezcr Bvles Horatio WoodardI)a\ id Reed 
John Holt " Ttfo'3 Uttley, h\ Uiial Hammond 
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Ambrose HilliardRoderick Rose Elisha Brigham 
Amos Chaffee Alfred Clark Dyer Carpenter 
John Preston ShubaelChapmanEsek Saunders 

11th rkg't. David Holmes, lieut. col. command't 

Samuel Allen, 1st maj. Jonathan Lyon, 2d maj. 

John Masoa, adjutant. William Graves, chaplain. 
Nathaniel M'CIeilan, quarter-master. Ebenezer 

Young, pay-master. , surgeon. James 

Webb, surgeon's- mate. 

Matrons Comfiany. 

Samuel Sabia, captain. Noah Sabin, 1st lient. 

Captain* Lieutenants JLnsigns 

Grenadier Company, 

Joseph Kingsbury John A. Gleason Willard Sharp 

Ught Infantry, 

Josiah Cummins Pari. Whittimore James Bates 
Zeph. Williams David Brayton Webb Cutler 
Jacob Lyon Luther Tucker Nathaniel Lyon 

Nell Alexander Ebenezer Killey ParkerCarpenter 
Jonathan May John Chandler Ben'j Bradford 
Jona Nichols, jr. Alpheus Corbin Rufus Coburn 
William Osgood Elijah Griggs Vacant 
Darius Starr John Joslin John Bates 

Thomas Corbin Marvin Clark Hadlock Perrin 

12th reg't. Elisha Bueh\ lieut. coL commandant. 
Zabdiei Hyde, 1st maj. Cornelius Shepard, 2d maj. 
Eliphalet Huntington, adjutant. William B. Rip- 
ley, chaplain. Erastus Fuller, quarter-master. 
James Mason, pay-master. John S. Peters, surgeon. 
John Paine, surgeon's -mate. 

M,itro$s Comfiany. Sam'l Wright,captain. Alvin 
Lyman, 1st lieut. Bela Porter, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry, 

Thomas Babcock Oliver Paine James Clark 

Grenadier Company, 
Asahcl Kingsley Oliver Kingsley Asahel Dewey , 



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Jos* T. BurnhamReuben Mann Pierce Darrow 

Amherst Scovel Samuel West Ira Hoibrook 
John Thomas Erastus Wattles Wm. Randall 

John Curtis Norton Wateis Oramel Bigelow 

ElWha Sprague Sela Loomis. John 'Pownsend 

Ezekiel A. Post Jo;>a. Trumbull E. Hutchinson 

Anson Gillet Eben. R. Jones Vacant 

Cyprus Williams Vacant Charles Abel 

21st Regt. Daniel Wheeler, lieut. col. command't. 
G. Wt Gordon, 1st maj. Jonathan Hilliard, 2d maj. 
William Kinne, adjutant. Erastus Learned, chap- 
lain. Allen Harris, quarter-master. Isaac Knight, 
j'r, pay -master. Jared Fuller, surgeon. EleazerB. 
Downing, surgeon 's-mate. 
Matrass Company .—David Blanchard, capt. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
R. Ensworth William Bradford 

Grenadiers 
Geo. Middleton Eben'r Eaton Arte mas Baker 

Lem'l Wooclard Anson Johnson EphraimPrentice 
Steph. Farnham Sylvester Adams 
Benjamin Pierce J^s. Scarborough Peter Davison 
Daniel Keig win Moses Wylie Samuel Cole 
Nathan Burgis Waldo Johnson John H. Wheeler 
Arunah Butts Wm. Hebbard 3d Thomas Kingsley 
Daniel Hunt John Cole Joseph Mill 

Sterry Kinne Miner Rabbins Jonathan Stanton 
Cyrus Day Simon Hutchins John Eaton 

5th Regiment Cavalry, 
Simon House, iieut. col. commandant 
Stephen F. Painter, major. Amasa Lyon, adju- 
tant. Vacant chaplain* Isaac Hoxey, quarter-mas- 
ter. Abel Gay, pay -master. Amasa Car rol,surgeon. 
Nathaniel Howes, surgeon 's-mate. 



1st Comjiany 
Samuel Bricknall, captain 
Levi Works, 1st lieut* 



Washington Swift, 2d It. 
Ekazer Bald-win, cornet 



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%d Company \ Bela P. Spalding, 2d It. 

Eleazer Sweetland,capt. j Comfort S. Hyde, comet 

Roger Bailey, 1st lieut. j 4th Company 

Andrew Wells, 2d do. J Chester Cady, captain 
John M'Call, cornet John Austin, 1st lieut. 

3d Company ^ j Charles Smith, 2d lieut. 

Pierce Smith, captain t Darius MalthewsonjCor 1 

Timothy Baldwin, 1st It. j 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Majcr-General. 

>.aids-dc-CamJi 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

David Thompson, esq. Brigadier-General 

Lucius Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Burrel, Brigade Quarter-Master 

24th Regt. Elisha Sterling, lieut. col. commandant 
Roswell Humphreys, 1st maj. Jesse Smith, 2d maj. 
Nathaniel Robbins, adjutant. Pitkin Cowfes, chap- 
lain, Ezekid Wilcox, quarter-master. Linus M'~ 
Kean, pay-master. Nathaniel B.Eklredge, quarter- 
master-sergeant. Benjamin Welch, surgeon. Ovid 
Plumb, surgeon's-mate. 

[.Ao further returns from 14th Regiment*'] 

17th Regt. James Marsh, lieut. col. commandant 
Aaron Smith, 1 st maj. Russell C Alernethy, 2d maj. 
Frederick Deming, adjutant. Joseph E. Camp, 
chaplain. Rriant Stoddard, quarter-master. Fred- 
erick Deming, pay-master. Samuel Buell, surgeon. 
Vacant siirgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Daniel Garritt Hen, Wadsworth Frcd'k Demi&g 



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Seth Landon William Beebe SimeQn Bissell 

Charles Baldwin Miles Norton Charles Buell 

Roswell HinsdaleJacob O. Catlin R. Bartholomew 

Levi Munsell Elisha Loomis Fred'k Eggleston 

Morris Woodruff John Mansfield David Rea 
Phin. W- Noble Edmund Baldwin 
Uriah Tuttle 

Benj. Griswold Daniel Hall Julius Griswold 

James Gilbert Reuben Smith Ely Curtiss 

25th Reg.t. Martin Driggs, lieut. col. commandant 
Leonard Hulbert, 1st maj. Nath'l Hayden, 2d maj. 
( Moses Hayden, adjutant James Beach, chaplain. 
Andrew Driggs, quarter-master. Jared Newell, 
pay-master. Thomas E. Brinsmade, surgeon. Amos 
Beach, surgeon 's-mate. 

CnjUatns Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Daniel Eno Abijah Northway Wm, Ransom 

Grenadier Comfiany 
John Bidwell Abner HumphreyWilliamGoodwiii 



Zebulon Curtiss 
Wyllys Wright 
Daniel Phelps 
Amos Hart 
Ridout Moore 
Joseph Tenter 
i Samuel Hoadley 
Robert Wilcox 



Heman Watson 
Miles Coe 
Wm. Bunnel 
Gideon Miles 
Israel Williams 
Samuel Austin 
Elizur Hinsdale 
George Adams 



Moses Miles j'r 
Joel Minor 
Chaun. Bronson 
Eben'r vVoodrufF 
Timothy Wells 
Elisha Howell 
Josiah Smith 
Richard Case 



35th Rf. gt. Birdsey Norton, lieut. col. commands. 
John Dickinson, 1st maj. Samuel E. Everett, 2d maj. 
Lewis M. Worton, adjutant. Daniel Parker,chap- 
lain. Vacant quarter-master. Henry Canfield.pay- 
master. Samuel Gager, surgeon. Vacant surgeon's- 
mate. 

Cajitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
John H. Pierce Josiah Hopkins Nathan Hart 



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Jona. Wadhums Zuchtus Spencer Augustus Miles 

Artilltry Com/: amy 
Abner Burnham 



Zimri Wells 
Samuel Hopkins 
George King 
Mark Hopkins 
David Gould 
Asa Skiff 
Joel Wright 



Calvin Collins 
Stephen Bonny 
Benjamin Lines 
John Hamilton 
Orrin Pardee 
Russel St. John 
Reuben Wilcox 



Theron Beach 
Daniel Everett 
Benj. Hollister 
Abner Hinrnan 
Isaac Lyman 
Joseph Miles 
Luman Seeiy 



6th Regime?: t Cavalry 
Russel Hunt, lieut. col. commandant 
Thaddeus Griswold, major. Samuel Philips, ad- 
jutant. Asahe.1 Hooker, chaplain. Joseph Wilcox, 
quarter-master. IJalsey Philips, pay-master. Jesse 
Carrington, surgeon.. Joshua Cornwall, surgeon's- 
mate. 



1st Comfmny 
Abraham Burt, captain 
Samuel Hyde, 1st lieut. 
Josiah Lawrence, 2d do. 
Thomas Day, cornet 

2d. Comfiany 
Samuel Foot, captain 
John Gillett, 1st lieut. 
2d do, 
Oliver Ailyn, cornet 



od Comfiany 
G. Spencer, captain 
Isaac Merril, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Philips, 2d do. 
Theodore Ensign, cornet 

4.'A Comfiamj 
Ely Candy, captain 
Samuel Bradley, 1st It. 
Eph'mli. Moss, 2d do» 
cornet 



EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

Ephraim Hinman, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Daniel B. Rrinsmade, Brigade Major and Inspector* 

Henry Brown, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

ISth reg't. Truman Kinman, lieut. col. comnVdt. 

David Bird, 1st maj. William F reach, 2d maj. 

Nathaniel Lamson, adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
chaplain. David Hurd, quarter-master. Sheldon- 



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',. Leavitt, pay-master. Anthony Burritt, surgeon, 
Cafita/na Lieutenants Mntfgn* 

% Ligfn Infantry* 
David Downs Cyrenus Mallery Thomas Hurd 
Abijah &. Hatch John N- ShernianN. Bacon, 2«1 



Peter F. Peck 

Eliiiali 

Seymour Knapp 
Eli Booth 
Vacant 
Phi neas Crane 
John C. Hull 



Nathan'l PrestonAsahel Mitckel 
Japhet Curtis 

Adam C KassonDavid Pulforit 
Lyman Painter Squire Hurlbut 
Reuben Ward Amos Treat 
Wm. Kasson Abnsr Strong 
Clark Beardslee Giib* Twichel 



16th reg't. Russell White lieut. col. conrnVdt* 
Eph. M. White, 1st maj. Timothy Shepherd, 2d maj. 

Henry S. W biting, adjutant Daniel Burhans, chap- 
lain. Ezra P. Benedict, quarter-master. Daniel 
Kohy, pay-master. Benjamin Curtis, surgeon, 
Matrass Com/iany* 

Epaphras W- Bull, captain. Robert Gregory^ 1st 
licut. Frederick Ambler, 2d iieut. 

Ca/HaJns Lieutenants FmsfgJis 

Zach. Griswold Saliu P. Clark Joel Stone 
Isaac Tomlinson A. A. Nettleton N. B. Nichols 
Eli Starr Levi Starr Daniel Hamilton 

Thos B. Bottsford David C. Peck Austin Booth 
Eliakim Nash Elias Stevens Peter Scudder 
William Howe Timothy Weed Solomon Enos 
N. S. Barnum Noah T Terry Peter Barnum 
Wm. Meeker Charles Jones Elijah Starr 
Eben'r Griffin David Piatt Ezra Gilbert 

25th reg't. Garret Smith, lieut. col. eommd't. 
Isaac Upson, 1st maj. Daniel Mills 2d maj. 

Miles Dunbar, adjutant. Russell Wheeler, chap- 
Iain Henry A. riyleger, quarter-master. John 
Buckingham, pay-master. John Potter, surgeon* 
Anson Tuttle, surgecnVmate. Orlando Porter, ser- 



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geant*major. A tier Bradley, jun. quarter-master 
sergeant. Edward S. Men i man, major of the banc 
of music. Marvin Beckwith, drum-major. Sainu 
Hid, file-major. 

Cafitatns JJeufencmts Ensigns 

Light Infantry 9 
Lemuel Porter James Brown Edmond Austin 
Aliyn Bunnel Apollos Warner Benjamin Fer.n 

Cyrus Clark Silas Grilly Ansel Porter 

Samuel Hickox James Tuttle ■ Samuel B. Scovil 

David Royce Lyman Baldwin Samuel Camp 

Ben]. I>e Forest David Woodward John O'Brien 

Jesse Allcox Gates Upson 

Daniel Eells Ira Hotchkiss Wyllys Turrel 
Luther HotchkissjMiles Hotchkiss Elihu Mokhrop 

Hez. C. Peck Asa Fenn Eben Abbot 

29th beg't. William Cogswell, lieut. col. commd't. 
Timothy Mitchel 1st maj. Beebe Hine, 2d maj. 
Consta'ntine Mc' Mahon^ adjutant. Samuel Whit- 
tlesey, chaplain. John Ford, quarter-master. Wal« 
ter Booth, pay-master. Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. 
Ilinman Curtis, surgeon's mate. 

Maiross Company. 
David Piatt, captain. Nathaniel Farrand, 1st 
lieut. Herman Iline, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry* 
Philo Mills Zach. Swift Zach. Winegar 

Enos Camp Abner Northrcplsaac Sarrford 

Hopscn Pratt JViicah Spooner Cushman Hubbel 

Curtis Titus Matthew Logan Daniel TMitchel 
JamesMc^MahonEzra Noble Wm- Mygatt 

Samuel Gilbert Daniel Caster Jesse Palmer 

Elijah Meeker Noble Day Homer Waller 

Levi Iiubbell Jona. Giddings Abel Stewart 

Rich'd Randall Nalh'l Randall Daniel A. Treat 



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Eighth Regiment of Cavalry". 
Edmond Lockwood, lieut. col. commandant. 
EbcnezerD. Starr, maj. Elias Starr, adjutant. 
Andrew Elliott, chaplain. Joseph N. Gregory, quar- 
ter-master. Vacant pay-master. Warren R. Fow- 
ler, surgeon. Vacant surgeon's mate. 

1 \st Company 3d Company 

Vacant captain " Eli Barnes, captain 

Smith Downs, 1st lieut. Amos Benham, 1st lieut. 
Erastus Qsborn, 2d It. Archibald Mosher, 2d It. 
Vacant'cornet Drake Lockwood, cornet 

2d Company Ath Company^ 

Elias Starr, captain John Newton, captain 

John Dibble, 1st lieut. Edmond Bostwick 1st It. 
Ira Benedict, 2d do. I Samuel Canfield, 2d do. 

Horace Cooke, cornet | Wilmot Sperry, cornet 

NOTE. 

[OZ? "The foregoing is a true copy of the Returns^ 

made to the Adjutant General, /b?' 1810 ; except- 

ing the corrections of General Officers. ThefoU 

lowing promotions of General and Field Officers, 

' were made by the Legislature in October last-'] 

Promotions made in the October Session* 
John Hubbard, Major-General 2d Division 
James Merriman, Brigadier General, 2d Brigade 
LeonardHurlbut, Lieut. Colonel, 25th Regiment 
Jasper Bidwell, Major do. 
John Dickinson, Lieut. Colonel 35th Regiment 
David Gold, j'r, Major do. 
Elisha Sill, Lieuf . Colonel 7th do* 
Eli Denison, Major do. 

Jesse Ford, Lieutenant Colonel 10th Regiment 
Solomon R. Hall, Major do. 
Ira Smith, Lieutenant Colonel 32d Regiment 
Barnabas* Woodcock, Major do. 

Hezekiah Howe, Lieut Colonel 2d do, 
Beriah Bradley, Major do. 

Elisha Hull, do. &h 

L 



122 

Asa Piatt, Lieut. Colonel 2d 'Regiment Cavalry 
Jared Cook, Major do. 

William Williams, jun. Lieut. Colonel 3d Regt. do, 
William Crocker, Major do. 

MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, ' 

In the State of Connecticut, 



COUNTY OF 

Hartford' 
Rev. Nathan Strong, d-d. 

Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins d.d. 

Menzie& Rayner E 

Henry Grew B 

.Berlin Benoni Upson 

John Smalley p.D-7 

Newton Skinner 5 

Evan Johns 

Plurality E 

Bristol Vacant 

Daniel Wild-man B 
Burlington Jona. Miller 

Vacant B 

Canton Jere Hallock 

Jared Mills 
Bast- Hartford 

Andrew Yates 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Ea^t- Windsor 

Dav.M'ClurcD.D.^ 

Thomas Rabbins 3 

Shubael Bartlett 

Natban Haze (D) E 
Enfield Nehem.Prudden 

Vacant AC 

George At well B 
Fdrmirgton Noah Pcrter 



HARTFORD. 

Rufus Hawley 
Glastenbury P. Hawe« 

Joseph Strong 

Nathan B. Burgess E 
Granby Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Asa Corn well E 

Vacant B 

Hart land Aaron Church 

Nathaniel Gaylord 
Marlborough 

David B. Ripley 
Simsbury Allen M'Lean 



Plurality 


E 


Vacant 


8 


Southington 




William Robinson 




Plurality 


E 


Vacant " 


B 


Suffield Ebenezer Gay 


Vacant 




Vacant 


E 


Vacant 


B 


John Hastings 


B 


Weihersfield 




John Marsh jd.iu 




Joshua Belden> 
Joab Brace 3 






Calvin Chapin 





Vacant 
Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 
William F. Miller 



123 



Vacant 
AbelGMet 
Fred. Chapman 






COUNTY OF 

A'cw-Haven 
Vacant 

Rev. Samuel Merwin 
TimothyDwightD. d. 
Ab'm Jarvis d.d. E 
Bela Hubbard d.d. E 
Sam'lFJarvis(D)E 
Noah Williston 

Branford 

Timothy P. Gillet 
Matthew Noyes 
Charles At water 
Jasper Jones E 

Cheshire John Foot 
Oliver Hitchcock 
Reuben Ives' E 

D'i M'Donald (D) E 

Derby 

Thomas Ruggles 
Abner Smith 
Rich. Mansfield ? ^n. 
Calvin White S 
Burhans E 

East- Haven Saul Clark 
Vacant E 

Guilford 

Aaron Dutton 

John Elliott 

William F. Vail 

Vacant 

David Baldwin E 

Hamden John Hyde 
Abraham Ailing 



new-haven. 

Plurality E 

Meriden Erastus Ripley 

Samuel Miller 
Middle bury 

Mark Mead 
Milford 

Bazaleel Pinneo 

Caleb Pitkin 

Erastus Scranton 

Vacant & 

JSlvrth* Haven 

Benj. Trumbull d d» 

Vacant E 

Oxford 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Chauncey Prindle E 
Southbury 

Benjamin Wildmaa 

Bennet Tyier 
Wailingfird 

James Noyes 

Vacant K 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Wattrbury Luke Wood 

Vacant g 

Vacant 

Horace V. Barber E 
Wolcott 

Israel B. Woodward 
Woodb ridge 

Jason Allen 

Nath'l G. Kufltingtou 



124 



COUNTY OF N 

Netv-London 
Rev. Abel M'Ewen 

Charles Seabury E 

Samuel West B 

Bozrah Jona. Murdock 

Vacant B 

Colchester Salmon Cone 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 
Grotcn Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant AC 

Silas Burro ws B 

John G.VVightmanB 
'^Lisbon Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee d.d. 

Amos Reed B 

Lyme Lathrop Rockwell 

Vacant 

David Hujtfmgtbn 

Asa Wilccx " 



EW-LONDON. 

Vacant AC 

Montvtlle Abishai Alden. 
Vacant 

Robert Fargo AC 
Reuben Palmer B 

Aorwic/i. 

Joseph Strong d.d. 
Walter King 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry B 

A orthStenington 
Vacant 

Peleg Randall B 

Simeon Brawn £ 

Preston Vacant 
Horatio Wakia 
Plurality E 

Vacant* AC 

Amos Reed B 

St wgrtpn Ira Hart 

- s thorough B 
Vvery AC 



COUNTY OF 

Fairjild 

8ev. Heman Humphries 
Hez. Ripley d.d. 
Vacant 

Sjielton E 

Asahel Morse / B 

Brookfidd 

Richard Williams 
Plurality E 

D&nbury Vacant 
Samuel Sturges 
Elijah G. Plumb E 



FAIRFIELD. 

Eben. White Sand. 

Nathan Buckley B 

Bennet Pepper* & 
Greenwich Vacant 

Jsaac Lewis d.d, 
i Plurality E 

i Huntington D, Ely d-d, 
i Vacant 

Hubbard (D)E 

Nero -Canaan 

William Bonney 

Plurality E 



c W- Fairfield 
Medad Rogers 

\J\cwtown Jehu Clark 
Daniel Burhans E 
John Sherman B 
Solomon Glover U 

A- or walk Ros'i R. Swan 
Henry Whitlock E 

Redding Vacant 
Daniel Crocker 
Plurality E 

Ridgefidd S. Goodrich 
Vacant 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Sherman 

Maltby Gelston 

Stamford Daniel Smith 
William Fisher 
Amzi Liwis 



Piatt Buffett 
Vacant E 

Frederick Smith") 
MarmadukeEarl5 B 

Stratford 

Stephen W- Stebbins 
Elijah Waterman , 
Asahel Baldwin E 
Plurality K 

Vacant B 

Trumbull 

Daniel C. Banks 
Plurality E 

Weston Vacant 
Vac?nt 
Plurality E 

Wilton Vacant 

Plurality E 
St. John B 



COUNTY OF 

Windham 
Rev. William Andrews 

Vacant 

Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Joshua Abbey B 

' Atihfor-d William Storrs 

Hollis Sampson 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Whitman 

Brooklyn 

Josiah Whitney 

Daniel Fr,% 
Canterbury Vacant 

Erastus Learned 

tylumfaa Yrvcaut 

T 



B 
B 
B 



WINDHAM. 

Hampton 

Ludovicus Weld 

Abel Palmer B 

Killingly Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Vacant 

Calvin Cooper B 
Lebanon Zebulon Ely 

William B. Ripley 

John Gurley 

Vacant 
, Nehemiah Dodg2 B 
Mann fit Id 

Samuel P. Willianls 

Moses C. Welch 

Vacant 

Joshua Bradley 3 



t>Uh\fid$ 

Joel Benedict d.d. 

Nathaniel Cole 
Pom/ret Asa King 

Walter Lyou 

Plurality 

James Grew 
Sterling Vacant 
2 1 /io?n/2son 

Daniel Dow 



Piersori Crosby B 
Voluntown Vacant 
Vacant 

Amos Crandal AC 
Woodstock 

Eiiphalet Lymaa 
William Graves 
Alvin Underwood 
Amos Wells B 

AbialL'Doit B 



GOUNTY OF L 

Litchfield 

Rev. Lyman Beecher 
Amos Chase 
Joseph E. Camp 
Truman Marsli E 
Abraham Fowler 
Vacant B 

Barkhemfus tead 
Ozias Eells 
James Beach 

Bethlem 

Azel Backus d.d. 
Plurality E 

Canaan Charles Prentice 
Pitkin Cowles 
Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Colebrook Chauncey Lee 
Rufus Babcock B 

Cornwall 

Timothy Stone 
Josiah Hawes 
Sturges Gilbert{D)E 
Goshen Joseph Harvey 

Ilurwinton 

Joshua Williams 

Roger §ade £ 



ITCHFIELD. 

Kent Joel Board well 
Plurality E 

JSiew- Hart ford 
Amasa Jerome 
Vacant B 

AeW'Mtlford 

Andrew Elliott 
Reuben Taylor 
Benjamin Benhan\ E 

A or folk 

Am mi R. Robins 

Plymouth 

Luther Hart 
Plurality E 

Roxbury 

Zephaniah Smith 
Plurality E 

Isaac Fuller B 

Salisbury 

Joseph W.Crossman 

Sharon 

David L. Perry 
Daniel Parker 
Vacant B 

Torrington 

Alexander Gillet 

Saauel J, Milis 



Isaac Bellows B 

Warren 

Peter Starr 
Vacant B 

Washington* 

Ebenezer Porter 
Samuel Whittlesey 
Plurality E 

Plurality E 



Water town 

Uriel Gridley 
Russel Wheeler 

Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 
Asa Talmage 

Woodbury 

Noah Benedict 
J. D. Wilton (D) 



, COUNTY OF 


MIDDLESEX- 


Mhldletown 


Wiiliam Lyman d.d. 


Rev. Dan Huntington 


Joseph Vail 


John Kewley E 


Solomon Blakesley E 


Joshua L. Williams 


Hdddam 


Vacant 


David D. Field 


Thomas Miner 


Simeon Dickinson B 


Joseph Graves AC 


Killingnvorth 


- — Grant B 


Achilles Mansfield 


Enoch Green B 


Josiah B. Andrews 


Chatham 


Plurality E 


Cyprian Strong d.d. 


Say brook 


David Selden 


Fred. W- Hotchkiss 


Joel West 


Richard Ely > 
Aaron Hovey 3 


Smith Miles E 


Vacant B 


Vacant 


Durham David Smith 


Samuel Mills 


Plurality E 


Plurality E 


East -Had dam 


Eiiphalet Lester B 


Elijah Parsons 





COUNTY OF 

Tolland 
Rev. N. Williams d.d. 

Jonathan Goodwin B 
Bolton George Colton 
Coventry Abiel Abbot 

Eph. T. Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 



TOLLAND. 

KUhgton 

Diodate Brockway 

Hebron Amos Bassttt 
Nathan Giiiett 
Plurality E 

Somers 

William h* Strong 



Stafford Vacant 

Vacant 

m Vacant 
Union Vacant 



Vernon 

Ebenezer Kellogg 

Willing ton 

Hubbil Loomis 
David Lillibridge E 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates from the sev» 

eral Associations. 

Rev. Messrs. David A very, Mansfield ; Simon 

Backus, Bridgeport ; Jonathan Bar tlett, Reading ; 

..Gershom Bulkley, Midd&town ; Samuel Camp, 

Ridgefield ; Aaron Cleaveland, Hartford ; James 

Dana, d.d* New-Haven ; Asahel Hooker, Goshen ; 

Calvin Ingals, Stafford ; Gurdon Johnson, Killlngly ; 

William Lockwoocl, Glastenbury ; Samuel Munson, 

Huntington ; John Noyes, Norfield ; Samuel Steb- 

bins, Simsbury ; John Taylor, Enfield ; Daniel 

Waldo, Su Afield ; Simon Waterman, Plymouth ; E- 

lijah (t. Welles, Sterling; Thomas Rich, Saybrook ; 

George Leonard, Canterbury. , 

Licensed Candidates. 
Messrs. John Bartlett, New-Haven ; William 
Belden, Weston ; Jonathan Bird, Berlin ; Reuben 
Chapin, Somers ; John Chester, Wethersfield ; 
Noah Coe, Durham ; Jonathan Cone, Colchester ; 
John Clark, Washington ; Chester Colton, Hartford ; 
Mills Day, Washington ; John G Dorrance, Brook- 
lyn ; Henry Frost, New-Haven ; Asahel Gaylord, 
Norfolk ; Austin Plazen, Vermont ; Gurdon Hall, 
Granville ; Bela Kellogg New-Haven ; Francis 
King, Vernon ; Gilbert R. Livingston, Red-hook ; 
John "Marsh, jun. Wethersfield ; Henry Sherman, 
New-Haven ; James W. Tucker, Danbury ; Timo- 
thy Tuttle, Durham ; Hezekiah G. Uffbrd, Strat- 
ford ; Comfort Wifliams, Wethersfield ; Timothy 
Williams, Woodstock ; Nathaniel D wight, Wetlv* 
GTfcfidd \ Nathauivl Taylor, New-Milford* 



129 

Committee to certify the regular standing of Preach* 
ere travelling from this into other parts of the 
United States. 

Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d. p. William Rob- 
inson, Benjamin Trumbull, d. d. Matthew Noyes, 
Joseph Strong, d. p. Isaac Lewis, d. d. David Ely, 
d. Moses C« Welch, Samuel J. Mills, Ebenezer 
I Porter, Joseph Vaill, Nathan Williams, d. d. Josiah 
Whitney, m d. 



Receivers of money in their several Associations for 
the Treasury of the General Association* 
Rev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, William Rob* 



Woodruff* Elisha Atkins. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Treasurer of the Association. 
Rev- Andrew Yates, Auditor. 

Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyte- 
rian Churchy to convene at Philadelphia* the 3d 
Thursday of May, 1811. 
Rev. Messrs. Benoni Upson, Walter King, Ebe* 

nezer Porter. 'Substitutes— Rev. Messrs. David 

Siwith, Israel Ward, Amasa Jerome. 



Officers of the Connecticut Missionary Society* 
His Excl. John Tread well, the Hon. Asher Miller, 
the Hon. Aaron Austin, the Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq. David Hale, esq. theRev. Mess. 
Nathan Perkins, b* 'p. Samuel Nott, Calvin Chapin, 
Samuel J. Mills, Moses C. Welch, Andrew Yates, 
Trustees'* 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor.* 



130 

Baptist Ordained Unsettled Ministers.- 
Rev. Messrs. Asa Spalding, Jedediah RandalT, 
Asher Miner, Francis Darrow, Jonathan Goodwin, 
Roswell Burrows, Joseph Utley. 

Preachers of the Episcopal Methodist Church f 

New-Encland Conference* 

Boston District* 
George Pickering, Presiding Elder. 
Lynn William Stephens 

Marblehead Thomas Asbury 

Salsbury, Poplin 7 Asa Kent, Benjamin Sabhi 

and Salem ) John Jewett 

Harwich Joseph A. Merrill 

Falmouth Erastus Otis, Benj. F Lambord 

Sandwlc ^ d Scit "} Stephen Bailey 

New-Bedford Levi Walker 

Nantucket Jordan Rexford 

Bristol and Ports- 7 ^ , ^ . o . ~ w 
mouth jNehemiah Coy 

Somerset and War- 
ren 
Easton and Nortcn John Tickham 
Boston E. R. Sabin, Greenleaf R. Norri* 

Portsmouth and 7 J» Williamson, Olando Hinds 
Greenland ) J. Brodhead, Supernumerary 
New -Port Daniel Webb 

Revs-London^ District. 
Elijah Iledding, Presiding Elder. 
Tolland Joel Steel, Samuel Cutler 

Ashbumham Phillip Mtinger, Steph. Wingata 

Needham fcaa* Bonney, Robert AraoM 



* > John Lindsey 



Providence and 
Smithfield 
East-Gieenwich 
Pomfret 
New -London 



1S1 

Pliny Breet, Supernumerary 
Elisha Streeter 
Benjamin P* Hill 
Theophilus Smith 
Joel Winch, E. Marble, A, Steb* 
bins 



Athens 

Wethersfield 

Barnard 

Vershire 

Barre 

Danville 

btanstead 



Vermont District, 
Thomas Branch, Presiding Elder. 



Samuel Thompson 

Solomon Sias, Chandler Walker 

Lewis Bates, Joseph Dennet 

Nathaniel Stearics 

Eleazer Wells, Squire Streeter 

Benjamin R. Hoyt 3 Robert Hays 

David Kilborn 



A ew-IIamjishire District. 
Martin Ruter, Presiding Elder. 
Grantham Philip Ayer, Leonard Bennet 

B^dgewater } Warren Bannister > Josc P h Lul1 

Pembroke Abner Clark 
ruftenborough k 7 Hezekiah Fields, Francis Dane 

Rochester 3 Jonathan Worthen 

Sandwich Leonard Frost 

Landaff Joseph Peck, David Crowell 

Lunenburg Amasa Taylor 

Portland District. 

Joshua Soul, Presiding Elder. 

Durham William Frost, Nathan Ashcroft 

Scarborough Junius Spalding 

Falmouth Ebenezer Blake, Benjamin Bishop 

Comyay Charles Virgin 

Bethel William Hinman 

Li verm ore Samuel HUhnan John W* Hardy 



132 

Poland ■ "Enoch Jaquis i. 

Portland Epaphras Kibby 

Kennebeck District, 
Oliver Beale, Presiding Eldei*. 

Readfiekl Caleb Fogg, Edward Hyde 

Norridgewock Ebenezer t . Newell 

Hallowell Zachariah Gibson 

Vasselboiough Isaiah Emerson 

Boothbay John Wilkinson 

George Town Ethan Stevens 

Industry Joshua Randell 

Orrington Joseph Baker 

Hamden Jonathan Chanay 

Bristol Daniel Wentworth 

Penobscot Benjamin Jones 

Union David Stbnson, George Gary 

The Conferences are assigned as follows : 

1. Western Conference, at the New Chapel, Shel- 
by County, Kentucky, Nov. 1,1810* 

2. South-Carolina Conference, at Collimbia,South* 
Carolina, December 22, 1810. 

3. Virginia Conference, at Raleigh, N.C Feb. 7* 
1811. 

4. Baltimore Conference, at Baltimore, March 20 ? 
1811* 

5. Philadelphia Conference, at Philadelphia, April 
20, 1811. 

6. New -York Conference, at New* York, May 20, 
1811. 

7. New-England Conference, at Barnard, Ver- 
mont, June 20, 1811. 

8. Genesee Conference, at Paris, Oneida County, 
New-York, July 20, 181 1. 



133 
Government of the United States. 

JAMES MADISON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Salary, g25,000 per annum, 

GEORGE CLINTON, 

Vice Pres dent, and President of the Senattv 
Salary, ^5^00 per annum. 

Department of State. 
Robert Smith, of Maryland, Secretary 

Patent Qffice 
William Thornton, Superintendant 

Department of the 2rea*ury. 
Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary 
Gabriel Duval, of Maryland, Comptroller 
Richard Harrison, of Virginia, Auditor 
Thomas T. Tucker, of South-Carolina, Treasurer 
Joseph Nourse, of Virginia, Register 
Robert Patterson, Director of the Mint 
Edward Jones, Daniel Sheldon, Chief Clerks 

War Department. 
Willam Eustis, of Massachusetts, Secretary 
William Simmonds, Accountant 
Tench Coxe, of Penn. Purveyor of Publick Supplies 

J\&vy Department. 
Paul Hamilton, of South-Carolina, Secretary 
Thomas Turner, Accountant 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor, 
Charles W. Goldsborough, Chief Clerk 

Aavy Agents — Samuel Storer, Portland, Maine ; 
Henry S. Langdon, Portsmouth, N-H. ; Francis Jo- 
honnot, Boston Mass. ; Joseph Hull, Middletown, 
Conn. 

Fost'Office Establishment. 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master General 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant Pcst-Master-GeneraJ 

M 



134 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT/ 

SUP RE MR COURT. 

Joha Marshal, or Virginia, Chief Justice. 



Samuel Chase, of Maryland, 
Bashrod Washington, of Virginia, 
William Johnson, of South-Carolina, 
Bt\;cldiolst Livingston,GfNe\v-Yor-k, 
Thomas Todd, of Kentucky, 



v Associate 
' Justices. 



Cassar A, Rodney, of Delaware, Attorney General 
Elian B. Caldwell, of Washington, Clerk 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 
District of Maine 
David Sewell, Judge 
Silas Lee, Attorney 
Thomas G. Thornton, Marshal 
Henry ; Se well, Clerk 

District of ftew- Hampshire 
John S. Sherburne, Judge 
Daniel Humphreys. Attorney 
Michael M'Clary, Marshal 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk 

'District of Mm&acfimetts 
Joh n D av i s , Jud ge 
George Fvlake, Attorney 
James Prince, Marshal 
Nathan Gwodale, Clerk 

District af Rhode-Mand 
David L. B-ri-es, Judge. 
!>-!vidIIow--ih AUcrnw 
Eiewc^rK. Uifeter, Marshal 
EdmVnrd T. Elfcty^ Clerk 

■ Dhtrht f &Qtinte$£8t 

HeSfHsS ll'utfttfrgWiTJ Xvorttj 



125 

Robert Fairchili, Marshal 
Henry W. Edwards, Clerk 

Dktrki of Vermont 
Flijah Paine, Judge 
Cor.nelins,P. Van Ness, Attorney 
John Willard, Marshal 
Cephas Smith) Clerk 

District of A'evif* York* 
Matthias Bi Talraadge,. Judge 
Nathan San ford, Attorney 
Peter Curtenius, Marshal ; 

Charles Clinton, jun. Clerk 

District of Ncnv-Jcrscy 
Robert Mori is iy Jut)ge 
Joseph MTmuiie* Attornqy 
Oliver Barwet, Marshal 
Robert Boggs, Clerk 

District of f*cmmilva?u : Q> 
Richard' Peters, Judge 

Alexander J Dallas^ Attorney for the.E^st'n District 
John Smith, Marshal tor cpv 

James Hamilton, Attorney for the Western pistriqt 
Pressley Carr Lane, Marshal for do. 

DiMnc-l of B daw we., k 
Cushing Bedford, Judge 
George Read, run. Attorney 
Joel Lewis, Marshal 

District of Maryland 

^^—^h^ Judge 

Zebuion Hovlirif^worih, Attorney 
Rtuben EUmg, Marshal 

District of Columbia 
William Cranch, Chief Judge 
Buckner Thurston, and i ■■■ Fit zhu^h, Judges 
Walter Jones, jim. Attorney 
Washington Boyd, Marshal 
William Brent, Clark 



1M 

ATTORNIES 

Admitted at the Circuit Court in Connecticut. 



1 



He z eld ah Huntington, 
John Allen 
Joseph Backus 
Bur rage Beach 
Seth R Beers 
Noah B. Benedict 
Coddington Billings 
David Bollesj'r 
Jonathan Brace 
William Bristol 
David Burr 
Judson Can field 
Jabez Clark 
William P. Cleaveland 
Alexander Collins 
Samuel Cobles 
David Daggett 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport j'r 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
Theodora Dwight 
Thomas Day 
Josiah Dudley 
Daniel Dunbar 
Charles Den i son 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Henry W. Edwards 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Elizur Goodrich 
James Gould 
Calvin Goddard 
Jacob B. Gurley 
John M. Gannett 
Jcremuh Halsey 



esq. District Attorney 
William S. Hart 
William Hillhouse 
Uriel Holmes 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Enoch Huntington 
Jirah Isham 
Roswell Judson 
Lyman Law 
James Lanman 
John H. Lynde 
John M 4 Clellan 
Walter Mitchel i 
Isaac Mills 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
William Mosely 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
Isaac Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Ephrsim Root 
Matthew T. Russel 
Aaron Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Asa Spalding 
Lewis* Burr Sturget 
Benjamin Stiles jr 
Seth P. Staples 
Elisha Sterling 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Perry 
Joseph TrumbuU 
Llcm y Terry 
\ 



Samuel P. Waldo 
IX} er White 
John Williams 



137 

I William Willteon 
I Samuel Woodruff 
I TIio's S. Williams, csq'rs 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



8 E jY A T E. 



Gkorgs Clinton* President 
Samuel A. Otis, Secretary 



J\ env- Ham/is/iJre 
Nicholas Oilman 
Charles Cutts 

Massachusetts 
Timothy Pickering. 
James Lloyd j'r 

Vermont 
Stephen R. Bradley 
Jonathan Robinson 

Rhode-Island 
Christopher G.Champlin 
Elisha Matthewson 

Connecticut 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Samuel W. Dana 

Aew-York 
John Smith 
Obadiah German 

A ep -Jersey 
John Condit 
John Lambert 

Pennsylvania 
Andrew Gregg 
Michael Leib" 

Delaware 
James A- Bayarcl 



Outerbi idge Horsey 

Maryland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Reed 

Virginia 
William" B. Giles 
Richard Brent 

Kentucky 
John Pope 
John Clay 

North * Carolina 
James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South-Car cliv a 
Thomas Snrnpter 
John Gaillard 

Tennessee 
Joseph Anderson 
Jenkin Whiteside 

Georgia 
William Crawford 

Ohio 
Alexander Campbell 
One Vacancy^ 



M 2 



i 



138 
MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph B. Vamum, Speaker 
Patrick M 4 Gruder, Clerk. 



Wew- Hamjiahire 
?).miel Biaisdeil 
John C Chamberlain 
William Hale 
Nathaniel A. Haven 
James Wilson 

Massachusetts 
Ezekiel Bacon 
Orchard Cook 
Richard Cutts 
William Ely- 
Gideon Gardner 
Barzillai Gannet 
Ed. St. hcy-t Livermore 
Jknjamin Pickman 
Josiah Quincey 
Ebenezer Seaver 
ioarauel Taggart 
William Balilies 
Joseph 3. Varnum 
Laban Wheaton 
Ezekiel Whitman 
^osepli Allen 
Abijah Bigelow 

Rhode-Island 
Uichard Jackson 
Blisha 1%. Potter 

Connecticut 
Epaphroditus Champion 
John Davenport j'r 
Jonathan O. Moscley 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Le w i s Bu r r Stu r ge s 
Benjamin Tallmadge 
Ebc;iezer Hintingtoa 



Vermont 
William Chamberlain 
Martin Chittenden 
Jonathan H. Hubbard 
Samuel Shaw 

Aew-York 
William Denniag 
James Emott 
Jonatlian Fisk 
Barent Gardenier 
Thomas R. Gold 
H. Knickerbacker 
Rob't Le Roy Livingston 
Vincent Matthews 
Peter B. Porter 
Ersistus Root 
K. K. Van Renssella«r 
Thomas Sammons 
Ebenezer Sage 
John Thompson 
Uri Tracy 

New-Jersey 
Adam Boyd 
James Cox 
William Helms 
Jacob Hufty 
Thomas Newbold 
Henry Southard 

Pennsylvania 
William Anderson 
David Baird 
Robert Brown .. 
William Crawford 
William Find ley 

Daniel Hcisxcj: 



139 



Robert Jenkins 
Aaron Lysle 
William Milnor 
John Porter 
John Rea 
Matthias Richards 
John Ross 
Adam Se'ybert 
John Smiiie 
George Smith 
Robert Whitehill 

Delaware 
Nicholas Van Dyke 

Maryland 
John Campbell 
Charles Goldsborough 
Philip B. Key, 
Alexander M'Kim 
John Montgomery 
Nicholas R. Moore 
Archibald Van Horn 
Samuel Ringgold 
[One Vacancy'] 

Virginia 
Burweli Bassett 
James Rrackenridge 
iVilliam A. Burwell 
" Matthew Clay 
John Clopton 
John Dawson 
John VV. Eppes 
Thomas Gholson j'r 
Peterson Goodwin 
Edwin Gray 
Walter Jones 
Joseph Lewis j'r 
John Love 
Thomas Newton 
J» T. Roan 



John Smith 
Jacob Swoope 
J. Stevenson 
Daniel Shefley 
[ Two Vacancies] 

Kentucky 
Henry Christ 
Joseph Desha 
Richard M.Johnson 
Matthew Lyon 
Samuel M'Kee 
['Two Vacancies') 

Jsorth-Carolma 
Willis Alston j,r 
James Cochran 
Meshach Tranklin 
James Holland 
Thomas Kenan 
William Kennedy 
Nathaniel Macon 
Archibald M'Bride 
Joseph Pearson 
Lemuel Sawyer 
Richard Stanford 
John Stanley 

'Tennessee 
feasant Miller 
John Rhea 
[One Vacancy"] 

South- Carotin® 
Lemuel J. Alston 
William Butler . 
Robert Calhoun 
Robert Marion 
Thomas Moore 
John Taylor.. 
Richard Winn 
Robert Wither&poos- 



Qeo7gia 
Win. W. Bibb 
Howell Cob!) 
Dennis Smelt 
George M. Troup 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 



140 



Mississijijii Territory 
George Poindexter 

Indiana Territory 
Jonathan Jennings 

Orleans Territory 
J. Poydras 



COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 



Stages 
-J\ ew- Hampshire 
i! i a szackus etts 
Rhode-Island 
Connecticut 
A'ew- York 
j\ ew- Jersey 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
Maryland 
Virginia 
Js, or th- Carolina 
So ul h - Carolina 
Georgia 



Officers 
William Gardiner 
Benjamin Austin 
Chiistcpher Eilery 
Jonathan Bull - - 
J a m e s N i ch olson 
James Evving - - 
Stephen Moylan 
John Stockton - - 
Benjamin Howard • 
Benjamin Harrison 
Sherwood Haywood 
Isaac Neusville - - 
Charles Harris 



Salaries 

- 1500 

- - 600 

- 1000 

- 1500 

- - 700 

- 1500 
- - 600 

. " - 1000 

- - 1500 

- 1000 
. - 1000- 

- - 700, 



Governors of the several States. 



JY ew- Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode-Island 

Connecticut 

Vermont 

J\ew-Ycrk 

JS ew- Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 



John Langdon 
K [bridge Gerry 
James Fenner 
John Tread well 
Jonas GaiiiBha 
DjitTel D. ToirpkinS 
Sotefeph 'Hloomiivki 
Si-.iiOiivSnvder 

. HiUk tt 

Edward Lloyd 
Jgjhi Tyler 



141 

JV orth. Carolina David Stone 

South-Carolina Jrhn Drayton 

Georgia David B. Mitchell 

Kentucky Charles Scott 

Tennessee Wiley Blunt 

Ohio Return J. Meigs 

Governors, &c. of the Territories of the 

United States 

fifimhiflftf Territory* 
David Holmes, of Virginia, Governor 
Cowles Mead, Secretary 

In diem a Territory 
William H. Harrison, Governor 
John Gibson, Secretary 

Territory of Orleans 
William C. C Claiborne, Governor 
Benjamin Morgan, Secretary 

Territory of Upper Louhiarw 
Benjamin Howard, Governor 
Frederick Bates, Secretary 

Territory of Michigan 
William Hull. Governor 
Reuben At water, Secretary 

Illinois Territory 
Ninian Kdwarcl?, Governor 
Nathaniel Pope, Secretary 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washington 

John Mason, of Columbia District, Agent of Iadiaa 
Affairs 



142 

Receivers of Public Money for the s sale of Lxndi 

belonging to the 'United States* 

James Findley, at Ciicinnati 
Elijah Backus, at Kaskaskias 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steuben ville 
Samuel Findley, at Chillicothe 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit 
Harry Toulman, at Fort Stoddert 
Benjamin Topper, at Marietta 
Thomas Van Swearingen, at Zanesville 

SALARIES 

Of the Principal Officers of the Government of tki 
United States. 

Secretary of State ------- g 500( 

Secretary of the Treasury *.----- 50OC 

Secretary of War 450( 

Secretary of the Navy -------- 45 0( 

Comptroller of the Treasury ------ m50( 

Auditor - - 300* 

Treasurer ------------ 300C 

Register ----- 240( 

Attorney -General . - - - 300C 

Commissioner of the Revenue ----- 300C 

Accountant of War Department ----- 300C 

Accountant of the Navy Department - - - 20CC 

Post -Master-General - ------ - 300C 

Assistant Post-Master-General ----- 1/06 

Ministers of the United States* 

At London, William Pinkney, Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary 
Paris, Jonathan Russell, Charge d' Affairs 
Petersburg, John Quincey Atfanasj Minister Pleni- 
potentiary 



us 

William Smith, Secretary of Legation 
Rio Janeiro, Thomas Sumpter, jum of South-Car- 
olina, Minister Plenipotentiary 

Ministers from Foreign Powers* 

Great-Britain, Mr. Morier, Charge d'Affairs 
France, Gen. Turreau, Minister Plenipotentiary 
Russia, Theodore Count Pahlen, Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary and Envoy Extraordinary 
Mr. Poletica, Counsellor of Legation 
Mr. IvanerY, Secretary of cio. 
Count "Nicholas Pahlen is attached to this Le- 
gation 

Portugal, Joseph Rader maker, Charge d'Affairs 
Denmark, F. Pederson, Charge d' Affairs 
Sweden, George Miles, Vice- Consul, for R. Island 
and Connecticut, at Newport 

Consuls and Commercial Agents of the Uni* 
ted States* 



In Greal~Br:tahi &nd its Dominions* 



\ 


GONSULS 




William Lyman 
9 ias Vantlerhorst 
Robert VV. Pox 




London 
Bristel 

Falmouth 


awes Maury 
oj-eph Wilson 
fhomas Auldjee, V 
•imes Holmes 
Mm Church 
ohn O-ftVflM) 
•seph Phhs 


ice Consul 


Liverpool 
Dublin 

Poole 

Belfast 

Cork 

Gibraltar 

Malta 


fccrgt Jjlmsoa 




Glasgow 



144 

In France and its Dominions* 

COMMERCIAL AGENTS 

Sylvanus Bourne, Consul General, Amsterdam 
Isaac Cox Barnet Havre de Grac 

William Lee, {returned) ComO « , 

mercial Agent 5 Bordeaux 

Thomas Aborn, Vice Com. Agent Cayenne 
Peter Walsh, Agent Cette 

William Buchanan} *Sffi5£ 

Eugene Cathalan Marseilles 

John Appleton Calais 

William Patterson Kantz 

Aaron Vale L 'Orient 

Thomas Lovelle La Rochelle 

Francis Cofifen Dunkirk 

Henry Wilson Ostend 

In Spain and its Dominions* 

CONSULS 

Joseph Yanardi Cadiz 

Robert Montgomery Alicant 

William Kirkpatrick Malaga 

Louis O'Brien St. Andero 

John Leonard Barcelona 

"1 Tarragona & thi 

John Martin Baker C Isles of Majorca 

j Minorca ScYvici 

John James Armstrong Isl. of Teneriffe 

In Portugal and its Dominions 

William Jarvis, [returned] Consul Lisbon 
James L. Cathcart, do. Madeira 

JohnB-Dabney Azor fi te( 

Hwiry Hill, Consul at St. Salvador in Brazil 



145 

In Denmark and its Dominion?; 
Hans Rodolph Saabye, Consul Copenhagen 
Thomas Gamble Masd of Santa Cruz 

James M.Gregor Island of St. Thomas 



Frederick W. Lutz 
William Clarke 



In Prussia* 



In Germany. 
John M, Forbes 
Frederick J. Wichfelhauscn 
Philip Mark 
William -Riggin 



Stettin 
Embden 



Flamburgh 
Bremen 
Franconia 
Trieste 



In the Kingdom of Sweden. 
RobertG. Gardiner Gottenburg 

William Israel Island of St. Bartholomews 



Thomas Appleton 
Alexander Hammet 
Thomas H. Storne 
John Broadbent 
Abraham Gibbs 

Levitt Harris 

f Edward Carringtcn 

William Stewart 



In the Italian States* 



In Russia. 

In China. 

In Turkey* 



In Algiers. 

Tobias Lear, Consul General 

In Tripoli 

George Davis, Consul 

In Tunis. 
Charles D. Cox, Agent 

Irk Tangier* 
Jam& Simpson j Co'nswi 

N 



Leghorn 

Kaples 

Genoa 

Messina 

Palermo 

St. Petersburg 

Canton 

Smyrna 



1 4 6 

Navy of the United States. 

Vena els Commanders Guns 

FRIGATES. 

President Com. Rodger* 44 

Constitution Capt. Hall 44 

United States — — Decatur 44 

Chesapeake Ordinary 44 

New-York do. 36 

Constellation do, 36 

Congress do. 36 

Boston - do. 32 

Adams do. 32 

Essex Capt. Smith 32 

COR VETTE— John Adams Mast. & Go. Dent 32 

SHIP OF WAR— Wasp Capt. Jones 16 

BlUGS— Siren Mast. & Com. Tarbeli 16 

Argus Lieut, Laurence 16 

Oneida Ordinary 16 

Hornet Lieut, Hunt 16 

Vixen Baits bridge 12 

Nautillus — — - St. Clair 12 

SCHOONER- Enterprise Lieut. Reed 12 

Cutter Ferret Gadsden 12 

BOMBS— Vengeance, Spitfire, iEtaa, Vesuvius 

GUNBOATS— 20 at New-Orleans, comaaanded by 

Capt Shaw— 150 in Ordinary 

J. cwrplete and correct Tabic of the pay end sub- 
sistence allowed to the Officers in the 
JVavy of the United States, 
Captain of a ; vessel of 32 guns and upwards, g!0D 
p*r CfcoiVth; and 8 rations per day ; Capt. of a vessel 
of 20 and under 32 guns, $75 > 6r. — Mast. Comrnd't. 
5560, 5r.— Lf; Commandant, jg50, 4r. — Lieutenant, 
g40, 3r — Chaplain, JJ40, 2r.— Surgeon, S^0, 2r. — 
Surgeon'? Mate, §30, 2r.— Master, §40, 2r.— Purser, 

£40. 2r.— Boatswain, §20, 2r Gunner, £20, 2r«— 

Sail Maker, g2Q, 2r.— Carpenter, S^O, 2r — Mid- 
shiptnan, §19, lr— Master's Mate, $520, lis— Cap- 
tain's Clerk, g25> 1 r.— All others, §18, 1 r. 



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147 

ji SUitemmt exk*b'ifth"$ the grcs* Annual \4mount of 
Mxjicnditurc. in relation to the Military and Atf- 
vml exttblfohmentsfrvm the teh of March* 17&9, to 
tfm end of the year 1809, 

Years. Military Estab. Aavcl F.sfab. Total* 
From the 4th of March, 1789, to December 31st, 
17 91, 932,801 08 622,304 05 

For the vear 
179::, " 1.103,048 47 - - - 

1793, 1,152,443 91 - - - 

1794, £.539,097 59 61,408 97 

1795, 2,422,385 81 410,562 03 

1796, 1,246,327 S2 274/84 04 

1797, 1,003,299 04 .182,631 S3 
2798, 1,939,692 39 1,381,347 76 
1799, 
1800, 
1801, 
1602, 
1803, 

3.804, 

1805, 
1806, 
1807, 
180S, 
1809, 



1,103,043 47 
1,132,443 91 
2.650.506 56 
2,832,947 S4 
1,521, 111 M 
L8S4,950 93 
±"321,040 15 
5,263,751 01 
5,966,126 02 
3,712.368 08 
2,094.960 12 
2,068,373 74 
2.149,784 18 
2 $1-0,28! 28 
2.873,996 82 
5,010,750 38 
4,784,902 20 
5 773,530 97 

30,941,669 47 23,645,979 08 54,587,648 55 

FOMFRET AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

Benjamin Duick, President, 
Amois Payne, V x ^ n . , fc 

Jote, Williams, J % ice-Presidents. 

Svivsums Backus, Esq, Treasurer. 

Tliornas Hubbard, Secretary. 
Darius Matbew^pn. k "p Committee 
jfcnjkmin Duiek, C of 

la&eg M'ClcIftib, j Conx -pontic nce« 



£05.669 17 2,858,081 84 

2,517,409 99 3,448.816 03 

1,600,944 08 8,111,424 00 

1,179,143 25 915,811 f,7 

. 822,055 85 1,246.817 89 

Ji75.923 93 1.275,860 25 

ri2c781 23 1,597,566 00 

1,224.555 58 1,649.671 44 

1,988,685 91 1,722.064 47 

2,900 834 40 1,884,067 80 

3,345,772 17 2,427,753 80 



148 

Society for the Promotion of Christian 

Knowledge. 



Right Rev. Abraham Jarvis, d.d^ President. 



Rev. Bel a Hubbard 

Rev- Ashbel Baldwin 

Rev. Tillotston Bronson,D.D. 

Rev. Philo Skelton 

Hon, Jonathan Ingersoll 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq. 

Nathan Smith, esq. 

Mr. Jonathan H. Jacocks 



> 



Commhtec 

of 

Publication* 



Charles Denison, esq. Secretary 
Mr. Samuel Hughes, Treasurer 



List of Courts in the New-England States 
for each Month. 



NOTE.— S.F.C. stands for Sutireme Federal Court. 
C.F.C. Circuit Federal Court. D.F.C. District 
Federal Court* S.J.C. Supreme Judicial Court. 
S.C Supreme Court . SX.E Supreme Court of . 
Mrrors. C.P. Common Pleas. C.G. County Cturi 



JANUARY begins 
Tuesday, 51 days 
S.C. New-Haven 3d, and 
W i Xi d h am 1 st Tu es d ay 
~— Burlington, 1st do. 
— — Middleburv, 3d do. 
— Norwich, 3d do* 
Rutland, 1st Tuesday 

a iter 4th do. 
CP. Boston ^Portsmouth, 

1st do. 
— — Lancaster 2d do. I, 



Rochester, 3d do, 

Alfred, 1st Monday 

Northampton, Bristol 

and Warren, 2d do. 

E.Greenwich, 3d do« 

C.C. Danville, 1st do. 
Toiland,4th Tuesday 



FEBRUARY begins 
Friday, 28 days 
3.F.C. Washington, 
Monday 



1st 



IL v ^ 



119 

D F.C Windsor, 1st do. 

Newport, 1st Tuesd 

New-Haven, 3d (\o. 

S.C Portsmouth & Litch- 
field, 1st do.. 

> Manchester, 3d do, 

following 4th in Jan. i 

Hartford, 2d do. 

Dorer, 4th Tuesday 

C.P S.ICine;ston,2dMon 
— Norridgwock & Pa- 
ris, 3d Tuesday j- 
C,C. St, A^ans, 1st do. 

Middlebury, last do. 

Dinbrny.lastdo.Cait.) 

-—=» Burlington, JastMon- 
day save two 



hers*, last do: 

Ipswich, last Mondaf 

Machias,3d 1 uesd; \y 

C.C. Craitsbury and N. 
Hero j 1st Monday 
Woodstock, 3d do. 
New-Haven k Rut- 
land, 3d Tuesday 
Litchfield and Hart- 
ford, 4th do. 
Haduam, last Tuesd. 



MARCH begins en Fri- 

cjar^ 31 days 
D.F.C. Wiscass«t,tst T%. 

Salem Sc Portsmouth, 

3d do. 

S.J.C Dedham, 1st do. 

— — Boston fe Nantucket. 
2d do. 

S.C. Newport, 1st Mond.j 

. Bristol, 2d. do 

Providence, 3d do. 

C.P. Portland and Haver- 
hill, 1st Tuesday 

Taunton, 2d Monday 

Nantucket, Tuesday 

preceding last Tues. 

Concord, Mon. prec. 

3d Tuesday 

— — Worcester, Monday 
preceding 4th do. ' 

-—** Barnstable and Am 



APRIL begins on Mon- 
day, 30 days 
C.F.C New-Haven, 13th 

day 
S.J.C. CoticordJ 2d Tues. 
Worcester, 3d do. 



jft or tin a rii i )t on Sc Ips- 
wich, 4th dp. 
•—Lenox, 1st Tuesday 

after 4th of April 
S.C. Greenwich, 2d Mon. 

S. Kingston, 4th do. 
C.P. Keci^^ 1st Tuesday 
Plymouth, 2d do. 
Boston, 3d do. 
Lenox, 2d Monday 

York. 3d do. 

Dedham, last do. 

C.C- Fairfield, 3d do. 



MAY begins on Wednes- 
day, 31 days 
C.F.C. Windsoiylrtdar 

Portsmouth, 19th day* 

D.F.C. W isc asset, la stTu* 
Windsor, 7th da v 

— -""~* A 1 «j V xUC ». C - j 4 C. 4 -v» 

N 2 



150 



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~ Hertford, 33 do. j— Salem. last Monchy 
iJ-C. York & Plymouth, ;C.C. Manchester, 1st do 

3d cm, 
— - Portland £c Oxford, 



4th do. 

S.C Charleston, 2d do.. 
— - Pivmouih, n.h. 4th 

do, 
C-P. Casting, 1st do. 

Paris, 2d do. 

— !— Haverhill, x. h. last 

do. 
— - Wiscasset, 2d Mond. 
'*** — Augusta Sc Edgarton, 

3d Tuesday 
— — NorthanaptonStNew- 

port, 3d Monday 
•i- — Providence. 4th dp- 

JUNE begins on Satur- 
day, 30 days 

C.F.C Boston, 1st day 

— ■— Newport^ 15th day 

DT.C. Boston, 4tii Tues. 

•— Exeter, 3d do. 

SJ.C. Augusta, 1st Tues, 
after 4th of do. 

. — - Wiscasset, 2d Tuesd 
after 4th of do. 

«,_«. Qastine, 3d Tuesday 
after 4th of do. 

S.CE.N. Haven, 1st Tu. 

C.P. Bristol, It Monday 

-— Taunton, 2d do. 

— — Concord, Mond. pre- 
ceding 1st Tuesday 

— ■ — Worcester, Monday 
preceding 2d do. 

Portland, id do. 



Newfaqe & Chelsea, 
2d do. 

— Guildhall, 3d do. 
— — . Danville, last do. 
— ~N. London, 2d Tue?. 

— N- H^vtn ; 4th do. 

JULY begins on Monday, 

31 days 
S.C. Haddam, last Tuesd. 
C.P. Boston & Lancaster 
1st do. 

AUGUST begins on 

Thursday, 3i days 
O F.C. Windsor, lst'Mon. 
— — Newport, 1st Tuesd* 

— — New-Haven, 3d do. 
S.C. Newfane, 1st do. 

— — New-Haven, 2d do. 
Litchfield Sc Wood- 
stock, Vt. 3d do. 

Chelsea, 2d Tuesday 

following 3d do. 

Danville, 3d do. do* 

4th do. 

Newport. 4th Mond. 

C.P. Plymouth and Exe- 
ter, 2d Tuesday 
— — Machias, Augusta, 8c 
Gilwiantown. 3d do. 

South-Kingston and 

Castine, 2d Monday 

T\. Greenwich ,3d do. 

Northamo. & Tops- 
ham, 4th" Monday 
i-— Lenox and VY^terbo- 



151 

fietighj 4th dou 
C.C. Hartford, 2d Tuesd 

Windham, 3 

Brownington,4th\lo. 

Midoieoury, la&t do 

save one 
St. Albm>,last doj 



o 



II 



RE.PTRM3&R begins on 

Sunday, 30 days 
C.F.P- Hartford, lfrhday 

I) . F C ■ W w casget , l st T » t . 

. Salem, 2d do. 

. Portsmouth, 3d do. 

S.J.C. Lenox, 2d do 

Northampton be Wis* 

casset, 3d do. 

• Worcester, 4th do. 

Oedhana 1st do. after 

4th do, 
— -Augusta, 2d do. after 

3d do. 

Portland, 4th do. afrj— 

ter 3d do. 
— — Alfred, 6th do. after 

3d do. 
S.C Hartford, Tolland & 
D«ver, 1st Tuesday 

■ Windham, 2d do. 

Exeter, 3d do. 

New-London, 4th do, 

Danbury, 4th do. 

Bristol 2d Monday 

Providence, 3d do. 

C.P. Worcester, Monday 
preceding 1st Toes. 

Barnstable and Nor- 

ridgpwock, 4th do- 
— Paris &; Charlestown 



N.H. 4th do. 

— Taunton and Alfredf 

2d Monday 

— Dec! ham, 3d dp« 

— Cojjeord, Mond. pre- 
ceding 3d Tuesday. 

— Plyrnoutli^N.H. 1st do, 

— NowburyportjlastM' 
.C N. Hero, 1st Mond. 

— Tolland. 4th Tuesd. 

— Luchiield, 4'h do. 

— Woodstock, V. 3d M. 

— Burlington, Vt. last 
Monday save two 



on 



6TO&K$ begins 

Tuesday, 31 days 
F.C. Kuiland, 3d &:.y 

— iiostop, 20th day 
F.C Rutland, 10th dav 
KC. Taunton, 2d Tues. 

afterlife do. of Sept. 

— Plymouth, 3d do. af- 
ter 4th do. of do. 

— Bavnsiabie,4th do.af- 
ter 4th do. of do. 

— • Cambridge, 5th do. 
after 4th do. of do. 

— Salem, 6th do. after 
4th do. of do. 

C. Lancaster, N.H. 1st 
Tuesday 

— Haverhill, w.h, 2d do, 

— Keene, 3d d© ? 

— Amherst, Tuesday 
following 4th do. 

— E.Greenwich, 1st M. 

— S. Kingston, 2d do. 
P. Boston and Nantuck- 



et, l*t Tuesday 
- -r $$ Glou ce Ate r, 3d . do, 
-— Tilsbnrv, l&st do. 



152 

DECEMBER begins on 

San day, 31 days 
O.F.C. Boston and Port- 
land, 1st Tuesday 

Exeter, 3d do. 

SC. Hadilam, 2d do. 
— — Tolland, 3d do, 

r Fairfield, last do- 

* St. Albans, last Tues- 
day save one 
. Worcester, Monday 
preceding 1st Tuesd* 
■ Taunton, 2d Monday 
Augusta, 2d Tuesday 



OV EMBER begins on 
Friday, 30 days 

.F-C Exeter, 2d day 

— Providence, 15th day 

.F.C.Rutland, 1st Mon. 

■— Providence Sc Mart- 
ford 3d Tuesday 

J.C- Boston Sc Nantuck-s 
et, 4th Tuesday j- — 

C. Hartford, 2d Tuesd.j— - 

.P. Newport, North -I—— Dedham and Provi- 
.mpton Sc Craftsburv dence, 3d Monday 
Cambridge, Monday 



1st Monday 
— — Edgarton, 1st Tuesd- 

Castine, 2d Tuesday 

t— -Plymouth & Portland 

3d do. 
C-C. Mkldletown, 2d do. 

-. Danbury, 3d Tuesd. 

Rutland, 2d Tuesday] 

— — Norwich and New-; 

Haven, 4th do, 



preceding 3d Tuesd* 

Ipswich and Lenox, 

last i\iondav 

C.C Hartford and Wind- 
ham, 1st Tuesday 

Litchfield, 2d do." 

— — Newfane & Chelsea, 

|2d Monday 
Bennington & Guild- 
hall. 3d do. 



ROADS, 

With the names of good I?m/;eefiers.* 

Frem Net*?- London, to TPljuofjeJfd Eaton 7 

Bofion. Sterling Field 4 

Montville Haughton 7[$citu?ite Fiili ii 

Norwich-Port 6 j Providence 1| 

JewettVCity Johnfon B\ Attleborough Mann 9 
* In the large t onvns r there are many good Inns, to 
name particular ones might be ikepg&l wtiM&UU 



153 

Wrentham E verit 1 1 1 A. London ' to Hartford. 

bedham Fuller iiJNew-Saleni Turner 14 

Boston 9JCo)chefter (Good inni) 6 

1 VLul borough Bucl 8 

Tota^l 99JGlaib-nbury Wells io 

— Hartfore> 5 

From Be /ton to VoytJand\ 

Lynn Thayer '/! ■ 

. Salem 

Ipftvich 

Newburyport 

OH amp ton 



Tied well i2,Farmiugton Phelp 

Perking 1 2 'New Hartford Cowles 
Lea vet 15 



Po7v rsM outh Davenpo: t i o 

PjLenuebeck — 29 

HPoatland Peck 27 

Total 11S 



43 
Tucker 7] Hartford to Albany. 

6 

13 

Samhsrield Hawley 14 

Lenox Coffee-Houfe 22 
New-Lebanon Hull 1 1 
Philipstown Scbemcrhorn 9 
Union-Village Lee 7 

Albany, ii 



Fr. N. London to N. Haven 



Lym? 

Saybrook 

Kiilingwerth 

Guilford 

Bran ford 

N£vv-Haven, 



Palfbns 

Pratt 2{ 

Crane 8 

Stone 9 



ftew-Haven to New -York. 

Milford 

watford 

'Fairfield 



DaveitDort 



Norwalic 
^Stamford 
Kye 

New-llochell Williams 
Harlem Hauley 

New -York 



Clark io 
Lovcjov 4 

Penniield 10 Herkimer. 
Mot'; I 1 Schuyler 
9 



From Albany /oUtici. 
Schenectady S i£*\™ r * 

* is j "?Ofterhoudt 16 
Amilerdam >,, , 

5 C 00k I 

Gaughawauga H. Fonda 9 

fohaitown Dewande ler 7 

Palatine Zobrifkie i4 

Manheira Pardee 3 

L -trie Falls Carr 7 

"^Maynard 

5 Morg n ' 

Smith 6 



Pennfidd I2,| Utica 



? Hotel 
5C. Houfe 



93 



|j?V\ Uti.ca/3 Canandai^ua. 
. **3J (New-Hartford M'Clean 4 



Weftmoreland 
Vernon 

Su.Hvan 



Ctfary 

Pierion 
Wimple 9 
Clark 10 
Warner 2 
Trowbridge 3 
Brew iter 7 
Chapman 12 
6 



154 
7* Niagara Falls Wilfon 2| 

109 



Manilas 

Derne 

Qnandaga 

Ma reel Jus 

Skaneotolos Lake Gidins 



Amelias 

Cayuga 
Junius 

Geneva \ 

Seneca 
Gorham 

-C!aNAN©AI€UA 



Boftwick 

Goodwin 

Harris 

> Maxwell 
£ Powell 

Ball 

C Taylor 
2 Bates 



From Niagara Falls to Fort 
Niagara. 

Rorbach 3 
Queenftown Drake 4 

k1 , ? Rbch „ 

Newark % Kmory 7 

Ferry to Fort Niagara J 
I4| 



From Providence to Hart- 
ford. 



Plainfleld 
Windham 
Coventry 
Hartford 



Eaton 3a 

Stamford lA 

Fen ten i> 

O 



From Canandaigua to Nia- 
gara Falls. 
Eloofnfield Hail 12 

I/ima Morjjan 9 



Avon £ 

Genefee River 
Caledonia 



Berry 

Hornier 



Middle read from Boftoi 
u New-Haven. 



Smith 3J 
Gan fo m 8g 
5 Re yes 1 \ 



S Hoe 



Bat a vta 

WiUjfick Richardfon 14 

Ku ft -doe- Creek Landon 22 
Ferry at Filack 

Rock 
Bertie 



Medfieia 
\J% bridge 
Pom fret- 
Man sfie Id 
Hartford 
Men den 
New- Ha yew 



2 Mi 



iiler i\ 



QM\f?m 



Clark 2c 

Read 2; 

Sabirs 2< 

Kimball \ 

2 

Uobinfon i 



1 A 



From Hartford to N. Have 
thro' Middlerown. 

MlDDLETOWN 



Stevens ifr v/ailin&ford Carrin^ton 1 



mew-Haven 



155 
»3 



42 
From Hartford to Wind 

for, (Vermont.) 
Springfield Williams 28 
Northampton Clark jo 

)eerrield Bennet 18 
Putney Stowers 23 

bbarlestown Ely 20 

Windsor Pettis 18 

126 



FromJSiew- York to Wash- 
ington. 

Ncwaik io 

fcHzabetbtown M 

Woodbridge a 5 

New Brunfwick 36 

Kocky Hill 47 

Princeton ' 52 

Trenton 64 

Briftol 74 

Frankfort 89 

Philadelphia 94 



From N. London to New 
port. 

Barrows 8 Elk Ferry 



IVIiftic 

Wefcer'y 

Charleftown 

Tower-Kill 

tyarragan. Fer. 

Newport 



Chefter 

Wilmington 

Chridiana 



Rhodes 7 Sufqnehanna, (Havre) 
Starr on 13 Great Gunpowder 

Hall 12 Baltimore 
Gardiner 3 Petamco, Elk Ridge 
7 Gent's 
— Indian Oueen 
50! Washington, Capitol 138 

I N D E X. 



15 

23 

37 
49 

H 

98 
107 
120 
130 



; A LMANACK, page 5JBib!e Spciet 
rl Attornies Circuit* {Courts, 
I Court, Conn. l^ f n#««*«ti=^*»*« 

— Practising, 

Con. (see the counties) 
Academies, Cheshire, SO 

Ha eon 90 

Academy Arts, &c. 9 
P gf icuitural Society, 

Br. 



94 

13C Commissioners L«ans, 140 
Cities, 82 

Clergy, 122 

Certifying Corn. 129 

Kscv's Money, ib. 
Oelagates, ib. 

147J Methodist prea- 

8s\ chers, 130 

133 



A 



Baptist Ministers, or- j — Conferences, 

{Sduined unsettled^ &*S {Candidates and vmset? 



I N D E X. 



tied Ministers, 
Colleges, New-Haven, 89 



90 
90 
90 



Harvard, 

■ ■ Williams, 

Rhode-Island, 

— Dartmouth, 

Middleberry, 

Connecticut— Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, -^iNavy U.^S 



Medical Society, 

Examining Com- 

niittee,&c. 92- 
Militia, 

^Mjngtesft Consuls, j 

^ missionary Society, j 

"omika. to Congress, 

jteW Assistants, 



■54jNavy U.S. 



New-Hav... 

New-London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

Litchfield, 

Middlesex, 

Tolland, 
Duties— -Impost, 
— — Free, 
— — Tonnage, 

— Payable in* 

— Credit, 

— Fees, 

- — Allowance, 

— Ports of Entry, 
— — Restrictions, 

— Tares allowed, 

— Rates of Coins, 
— — Information gene- 
rally 



65 Post-Masters, ' 



67 
69 

72 

74 
77 



Postage, 

Probate Courts, t 

Receivers public 

money 34 

Roads & innkeepers, ft 

'"pALARlES, J* 

^(Society Promotion 
oo Christ Knowledge, ll 

o6|Survevors 7 

S/"jTAELFS-Tides, 

«3 ^^tandYake 

39 f Coi« s , s , 

a- S^f**** pounds, g 

U— Value of Cents in 



44 



lawful money, 2C 

— of Measure, 4g 

" Monies of Account,23 
— 1 oils and estates, IS 
*j^— Expenditures, Mf 



— 7» 

Eclipses, «j r - T —~ *~«"*u*ra% J47 

Friend's Me& § ' 2? iT ED ? tat€s Officers, 
Fre«-MasinV^ g t SffiT ° & ^1 
msi;oayConn. ike. 521— Judicial u,es > ^ 8 



974.6 ' ,,L "* 

C7673a ;. 

1812 

1216996 

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 




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BEING THE THIRTY-SIXTH OF THE 
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STATES. 



KEW-LONBON : 

PRINTED AND SOLD BY SAMUEL GREEN. 



OBSERVATION. 



THE hour of night is, many times, more convert- 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

-will have the true time of the moon's southing for 

that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night. 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1812* 

Dominical Letter, E D 1 Solar Cycle, 1 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Indiction, 15 

en Number, 8 I Julian Period, 6525 
Epact, 17 I 

Names and Chara&ers of the Planets. 

or © Sol or Sun. § or ^ Luna or Moon. 
$ Herschell. \ Saturn. % Jupiter. % Mars. 
Tellas, or Earth. $ Venus. $ Mercury. 

Names and Chara&ers of the Afpe&s. 

6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the same 
longitude. 

d Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distant 
from each other. 

$ Opposition, when they are ISO degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant. 

^ Sextile, is when two planets or stars are 60 
degrees distant 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1812. 

THERE will be six Eclipses this year, four of the 
Sun, and two of the Moon, in the following or- 
der, viz. 

I. The first will be of the Sun, February 12th, con- 
junction at3h. 13 m. 15 sec. afternoon, but it will 
be invisible to us, by reason of the moon's north lati- 
tude, 

II. The second will be a total eclipse of the Moon*, 
February 26th and 27th, visible if the air be clear.— 
By calculation as follows, viz. 

h. m. 
Beginning of the Eclipse, 26th day ,at 11 07 evening. 
Begins to be total, - 27th - 12} 
Middle of the Eclipse, - - 1 05 f Morning. 
Total darkness ends, - - - 1 57 £ Ap. time. 
End, and full recovery of light, - 3 03.) 
*-+4 Duration of total darkness, - - 1 45 
Whole duration of Eclipse, - 3 56 
Quantity of greatest immersion, 20| digits, from the 
south side of the Earth's shadow. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, March 13th ; 
conjunction at lh, 35m. 30sec. in the morning, invisi- 
ble. Moon's long. x 22 ° 34 '—Moon's lat. 1° 19 7 40". 

IV. The fourth will be of the Sun, August 7th .; 
conjunction at Oh. 8m. in the morning, invisible. — 
Long. SI 14® 27 7 — Moon's lat. 1° 19' 30 7/ . 

V. The fifth will be of the Moon , August 22d ; op- 
position at lOh. 11m. 30 sec. in the morning, invisi- 
ble. 

VI. The sixth and last will be of the Sun, Septem- 
ber 5th. The conjunction will happen at 35 min. 
past 2 in the afternoon ; but the Penumbra will travel 
rather too far to the northward, to reach the diurnal 
path of our vertex ; I therefore expect it will be in- 
visible to us. , /4 ; rwrte* 



AT ABLE fbewing tic > lifer eke e ofKlgh-W^er at feveral 
places from Hew- London. 

rHE fixth column of each monthly pagf fhews the; 
time of High- water at New-London, New- York,! 
Elizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-HenlopenJ 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfw ck, hi North-Caro- 
lina— to which if you add and fubrraft as in the annexed 
taljle, you will have the time of high water at the fol- 
lowing places — (A) mews that the annexed quantities 
of time mud be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) Hands for 
hours, (M) for minutes 



2 45 



Names $f Pluses 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Annapolis, Novf. A 

Mew-Bedford S 

Bofton A 

Burlington A 

Can/o A 

Cape -Ann 1. 
Cape Fear 

Cafco Bay A 

Charleston Bar S 

Fairfield A 
Frederica^firgii, S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 3 

Hell Gate A o 

Hartford A 2 
gingham S i 

jiluatington A 2 

Ipfwich A 2 

Jamestown A o 
K.ingftowii,E/0/>».r, A 6 

Louifbourgu A 3 
Main Ocean S o 

Mobille- Point A 5 o 
Nantucket S I 30 



H- m • J Names of Places. 
6 30 Newbury port A 

o 45|New Haven A 

2 o New Providence S 

3 o I New town Landing A 
1 1 2] Norwich Landing A 
z- 5 Penobfcot 
o zo Penfacol;': 
2.50! Philadelphia 



15 

2 •■ 
O 

o 

20 
I 30 

3 o 

o 

3q 

2D 

31 



45 
$0 

o 
o 
45 



Pifcataw y 

Plymouth 

Polepels Iiland 

Port Roy 1, & C. 

Portfmouth 

Providence 

Purilburgn, S. C 

Quebec 

rleedy-Ifland 

Rhode- Mand 

Salem 

Sandy-Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Auguftine, B. 

St. john's, He-uf- 

S anbury, Georgia, 

TybeeBar 

vVhite stone 

Williamfburg, Va. 

Wilmington, N.C 



HM 

2 45 
1 50 
I 25 
1 o 

45 

3 o 

1 o 

4 20 

2 40 

o 



Last qr. 6d. 3h. 32m- Aft. 
Neir m.!4d 3h 3)m.m. 



JANUARY, hath 31 days. 



First qr. 20d. 9h. 2nru aft,' 
Full moon 258. 6h.51m. m.' 



M|W| Calendar, Sec. |©i u \<&*.\> .sea.) 



14 <?sets6h. 5m.Circum.7 
215 Cloudy and clear 7 

3J6 J Apogee by turnsrf 
4,7 Lowry, rain or snow 
5JE2d. sund. aft. Christm 
6:2 Epiphany. New 2) . 
7\Z 21 south lOh. 44m. 
8 4 O slow of clock 7m. 

5 Days increased 12m, 

6 7*s south 8 o'clock 

7 J) low. Cold, chilling 
£ 1st. sund. after Ep. 
2 % sets 9h. 25m. winds 

Inf. <S S . 6 © j> 

Rain or snow abcut 
ligh tides. these 

3) Per gee. da\ 

Cold, windy. 
2d after Epiph. 
in v% lQh. aftern. 

some falling 
O slow of clock 1 2 m. 
weather, then 
7*s south 7 o'clock. 
D high. ?nore pleasant 
Scptuages. Sund. 

Grows cold again 

Full moon. Windy 

the clouds are gather- 

D Apogee . ingfo r sno w 

Days increased 52 m. 

A $T 



9 

10 

il 

12 

I 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25!7 

26 E 

27(2 

2813 

2©J4 

30>5 

316 




FEBRUARY liath&4 chy 


5. 


<**mt 


Newm. I2d. 3ti- 13m. aft. 


Fu:l mo. 27c 1 


lh. 4m. !T 


Last qr. 5d Hh. 28m. m. 


First qr. 19d.61 


\. 40m. ?» 


Mjvv! CMei^r, &dc. )©n.| v> s .! 


r i 


ea.jr. j) i, 


i 


7 . g bets 7'u i2ui. 7 3,4 57 


morn. 


9 X 


2 


E 


Sexag.Sund.Pur.B,v.M.:7 2 4 58, 





25 


10 ' 


3 


2 


Rain*fog,\7 1 


4 j9 


1 


7 


1 7 


4 


3 


Qsl. of clock 14m. 


659 


5 1 


1 


5'' 


morn 


5 


4 


Q0). Rain % sleet. 


658 


5 2 


2 


31 


7 


6 


5 


Days incr. lh. 6m. 


657 


5 3 


3 


2i 


1 t 


7 


6 


$ sets 9h. 10m. 


656 


5 4 


4 


1C 


1 :>f 


8 


7 


7*ssouth6o , cl'k. 3 low; 


6 54 


5 6 


5 


2 


2 56 


9 


K 


Quinqa. Sund. 


653 


5 7 


5 


57 


3 55 


10 


2 


Some fileasant weather. 


652 


5 8 


6 


51 


4 48 


11 


3 


Shrove Tuesday. 


651 


5 9 


7 


52 


5 42 


12 


4 


(v) ecl ; . Ash Wednesd. 


6 49 


5 11 


8 


50 


D set- 


13 


5 


3 Perigee. Full tides. 


6 48 


5 12 


9 


47 


6 30 


14 


6 


Valentine. 


6 47 


5 13 


10 


43 


7 42 


15 


7 


Hazy mornings. 


6 46 


5 14 


11 


38 


8 55 


16 


£ 


1st. Sund. in Lent. 


6 44 


5 16 


aft. 


32 


10 6 


17 


2 


Rain, foggy, 6 43 


5 17 


1 


25 


11 17 


18 


3 


lowry weather A6 42 


5 18 


2 


18 


morn 


19 


4 


©in X 1 aft. D© 3>. s 64i 


5 19 


3 


V 


2 1 


20 


5 


Pleasant, then>6 39 


521 


4 


4 


1 25 


21 


6 


5 high. comes a sfieltfi 38 


5 22 


4 


57 


2 $f 


22 


7 


of lowry. rainy <6 36 


5 24 


5 


49 


3 19 


23 


K 


2d. in Lent. weather r 6 35 


3 25 


6 


3S 


4 05 


24 


2 


St. Matthias. &fierhafis6 34 


5 26 


7 


26 


4 5 l 


25 


3 


iJsouJi 7h. 12m. //;z*rc- 


6 32 


5 28 


8 


13 


5 3> 


26 


4 


Days incr. 1 h. 58m. der. 


6 31 


5 29 


3 


5 8 


6 18 


27 


5 


Moon eclipsed. 


6 30 


5 30 


9 


41 


D ns 


28 


6 


]) apo. Fallimg weather. 


628 


5 32 


10 


23 


7 5 


29 


7 


O si. of clock 13m. 


6 27 


r > 33 


11 


6 


8 1 


The Planet Venus will be evening sta 


rto 


the 1st of 


Au 


<ust, thence morning st-i until the er 


d of the year 



MARCH hath 31 days. 


La-t 


'jr. 6(1. 5h. 2m. mer, 
m. 13:1. In. 25m. m. 


First qr. 19d. 6h 
Full m. 27ti,?h. 


.13na. aft. 
,9m alt. 


New 


M| VV| CatenrW,Scc. |<v)r. \{g}*.\Y\ 


sea.jv. ])s 


1 


I) 


3d Sun. in , l e:U.St.Dav. ) 6 26 i 5 34 1 1 


49 8 98 


2 


2 


$ stts 3h. 38m. 


6 24(5 36 morn 


9 55 


3 


3 


O si. of clock 12m. 


6 23 5 37 


33 


10 51 


4 


4 


7*5 set midnight. 


62A 


5 39 I 


18 


11 4<> 


5 


5 


Now you may\& 20 


•5 40 ; 2 


6 


morn. 


6 


6 


□ 0]), cxjiccf rain.fi 1'- 


541! 2 


55 


47 


7 


7 


% stts9h. 14m j)!ow!6 17 


5 43j 3 


47 


1 43 


8 


D 


4th in tent. Mid It Sun m 1 6 


5 44; 4 


42 


2 39 


c 


2 


*Tis vice alone disturbs; 6 14 


5 46 5 


38 


3 28 


10 




he humaa breast ;<6 l ;> 


5 47 


6 


35 


4 18 


11 


4 


Peace d ts with guilt, |6 r? 


548 


7 


32 


5 3 


12 


5 


Be virtuous and be blest.,6 l 


5 50 


8 


30 


5 4S 


13 


6 


@ ecli. 3 per. 60D ;* B 


5 51 


9 


26 


D sets 


14 


7 


full tides. Loivry . snowy .\6 8 


5 52 


10 


23 


7 50 


15 


D 


5ihinlent. |6 6 


5 54 


11 


18 


9 2 


16 


2 


Days length lib. 50m ;6 5 


5 5" 


aft. 


14 


10 1| 


17 


3 


□ Oh- ^%^ winds 6 4 


5 56 


1 


9 


1 1 18 


18 


4 


Af^c/; /^I'rz/ weifcocaih ( 6 3 


557 


2 


4 


me n 


10 


5 


2/ *ets In. 27m. mormjS 1 


5 59 


2 


58 


23 


20 


6 


©in^ noon;*r.[ aQ) 6 ° 


6 


3 


51 


2 17 


21 


7 


7 # s set 11 o'clock. 


5 59J6 lj 4 


42 


2 IS 


22 


D 


6th in lent, Palm Sund 


5 5 7i6 3 5 


31 


2 52 


23 


j$ 


slow of clock 6 m. 


5 5516 4 


6 


18 


v> oo 


24 


3 


Sup. 6 © f . /tofra 07- 


5 54:6 6 


7 




4 13 


25 




jK nun. BV.M. 


552 6 8 


7 


46 


4 48 


2r- 




j) ipogee. srcow. 


5 51 


6 9 


8 


20 


5 20 


37 


5 


Good Friday* Full ® 


5 49 


6 11 


9 


12 


3 rise 


28 


7 


a o i2 . »%*y^ 


5 48 


612 


9 


55 


7 


2" 


D 


Efo»ter Sunday. 


5 47 


613 


id 


39 


7 57 


30 


> 


& Monday. More 


5 46 


614 


u 


23 


8 54 


'31 3 


K. Tuesday, pleasant. 


5 44 


6 16 ')Orn 


9 51 



Last. qr.4d.6h. 18m. aft. 
Ncwid. lid. 10h.40m to. 



APRIL hath SO days. 



First qr 18d.7h. 54m. m.i 
Full nn. 26d.0h 23m. af t 1 



M|W| Calendar, &c. |©r.|©s.|l.sea.|r ])s 



1 4 J stts 9fe. 42m 

2 5 Pleasant weather 
O slow of cl. 3 m. 

7 DO D-D low. then 

Dj lst.af.E.Low Sun.comes 
2 j7*s set 10 o'clock rain 



4 
5 

e 

7 

8 

9 
10 
U 
12 
i 

14 
15 
16!5 
1716 
1817 
19D 
20*2 
2]|3 
22*4 
23j5 

2m 

257 

2g;d 

7<2 
28'3 
29*4 
3p{3 



5 43 
541 
5 40 
5 38 
5 37 



6 17 
6 19 

5 20 

6 22 
623 



5 36 6 24 



% &ets9h.\4m.infllentyl i 5 34 6 26 
Days length 12h. 54m.|5 33 6 27 
"532628 
5 30.6 30 
5 39 6 31 



3) perigee. Much 

tides swell, fitting 

New moon. weather, 
2d after Faster. 
and cl. ev. 

pleasant 
then rain 
D high. Flying 

clouds. Showers. 
O O D . Lowry. 

3d after Easter. 
O in SI 2 morn 
prises 8h. 28m. Eve. 
% sets llh. 50m. 
7*sset 9h. 3 A.f)oge 

Rain, then 
St. Mark. pleasant, 

4ih. aft. East. Full 

Pleasant 5 
Day's length 13h.44m 5 
w/a 'her, 5 
© fast clock of 3 m. J5 



«L 



5 286 32 



5 26 
5 25 
5 24 
523 
5 21 
5 20 
19 



9 
58 



6 34 
6 35 
6 36 
6 37 
6 39 
6 40 
641 



10 49 

11 44 
morn. 

39 



4 
5 

3) sets 

7 57 

11 2; 9 6 

12 10 16 

aft. 56;11 14; 

1 5l|morn.; 



5 17 6 43j 



6 44 



645 

6 46 

648 

6 49 

6 50 

9J6 51 

8|6 52 

6J6 54 

5 6 55 



44; 
35i 



23: 

9* 
52 ; 
35 
17 



8 44 

9 28;D 

10 14; 7 

11 2! 8 
11 52| 9 
morn. 1 8 



1 

56 
44 
20 
56 
25 
5,5 
29 
53 
'ise 
53 
50 
48 
11 



MAY bath 31 days. 


Last qr. 4d. 3h. 50in. mo 


First qr.l7d.l th.i9jn.aff 


Newm, lOd. 6h. 52ni, ni 


Fall mo. 'J6d. 2h 


. 47m. m« 


M|VV| Calendar, *c. |^rul©s.|F.$ea;|i- ]) s. 


1, 


6 


,t. PtftTp & Jamts. 5 4 ; 6 56 





4- 


il 35 


o 


7 


9 sets 10h.40in.3low 


5 3 6 57 


1 


3.- 


vnorn. 


3 


D 


5th af. East. Roga Su 


b 2 


658 


2 


29 


21 


4 


2 


Q05 Clear and 


5 1 


659 


3 


2: 


1 7 


5 


3 


cloudy by turns,, 


4 59 


7 1 


4 


h 


1 46 


6 


4 


Gen. Elect. Newport. 


458 


7 2 


5 


9 


% 26 


7 


5 


Vseen.Holy Th 1) Per. 


4 57 


7 3 


6 


./. 


3 2 


8 


6 


7*s.6et 8 o'clock. 


4 56 


7 4 


6 


51 


3 39 


9 


7 


Qfest of clock 4m. 


4 5 5 


7 5 


7 


52 


4 16 


10 


V) 


Sun, aft. ascei). 6 0$ 


4 54 


7 6 


8 


48 


3) set. 


1 ! 


■_.» 


( 6 OD Some want 


4 53, 


7 7 


9 


46 


7 57 


1: 


: M<?3# o/VgZ/z 


%5% 


7 8 


10 


44 


9 1 


1 .' ; 


4 !'S set* 9h.4m. D per> 


4 5 1 


7 9 


11 


41 


5 


•i 




Gen. Elect. Hartford. 


4 50 


7 10 


aft. 3f 


10 54 


1 • 


6 


Is not this a dry May 1 


4 49 


7 11 


1 


29 


11 44 


) 1. 


r 


rkkfs length 14h.24m. 


4 48 


7 12 


2 


20 


norn 


i { 


n 


Whit Sunday. n0 D 


4 47 


7 IS 


3 


7 


22 


i'8 


2 


Somefjggy weather* 


4 46 


7 14 


3 


52 


1 1 


19 


3 


2/ sets lOh. 14m 


4 45 


7 15 


4 


35 


I 31 


20 


h 


Clear weather 


4 44 


7 16 


5 


17 


2 2 


2 I 


5 


0ir? H 2h. mo. The 


4 44 


7 16 


5 


59 


2 39 


22 


6 


clouds denote rain 


4 43 


7 17 


6 


42 


2 57 


23 


7 


before long 


4 42 


7 18 


7 


2(: 


3 27 


24 


I) 


Trinity Sunday. 


441 


7 19 


8 


11 


3 57 


25 


2 


( 9 greatest elongation 


4 40 


7 20 


8 


51' 


1 4 27 


26 


3 


)2r;.'9h 44m. Full } 


4 4' 


7 20 


9 


4fc 


^ns* 


27 


4 


Gen. Etec Boston. 


4 3 r 


7 21 


10 


3C 


*8 39 


28 


5 


3) low. A welcome 


4 38 


7 22 


11 


3$ 


9 30 


25 


6 


rain ncai 


4.5* 


7 22 


morn 


10 22 


30 


\r 


these days. 


4 37 


7*23 





25 


11 6 


31 


!D 


1st after Tnnitv. 




4 36 


724 


I 1 


18 


11 51 



JUNE hath 30 davs 



Last qr. 2 d. lOh. 23m. m. 
New m. 9 d. 3h. 3m. m. 



First qr. 16d 
Full m. 24d, 



.4h.20m. aft. 
2h.46m. aft 



|M|W| Calendar, Sec. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r.;j s. 



UD 
15 2 
163 
17J4 
18,5 



©fast of clock 2m. 
$«ctsl©h.48m-D©3 
Some rain 
J> perigee. near 

this time, 
% sets 8 h,41 m. 
Id Sund. after Trin. 

Bain ?nore or less. 
New moon. Full tides 
D high. Hot weather, 
St. Barnabas. 

A growing season if 
© and clock even. 
3d after Trinity. 

not too dry. 
D03 Warm 

5 apogee. weather. 

The clouds seem to denote 



•19-6 \% sets 8h< 33 m. rain 



20 7 



D 



Longest days 15 hours 
4th aft.T ©ings 1 lc.or 
Now you may 
expect rain near 
Grot U.Con.St.John B, 
5 Pretty full tides J low, 
2 6' 6 g O \ ' thes-e days 9 

27 \7 which refreshes the 

28;D;5th aftar Trin; earth. 
29 2 St. Peter. Hot weather. 
3 Q h1 of cl.3m. 3p#r. 



4 36 


724 


4 35 


725 


4 35 


7 25 


4 34 


7 26 


4 34 


726 


4 33 


7 27 


4 33 


7 27 


4 32 


7 28 


4 32 


728 


4 32 


7 28 


4 32 


7 28 


4 31 


7 29 


431 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


431 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 30 


7 30 


4 31 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


4 31 


7 29 


4 32 


728 



2 11 

3 4 

3 55 

4 47 

5 40 
6'3 

7 20 

8 26 

9 23 

10 19 

11 14 
aft. 7 

55 

1 42 

2 26 



morn 
57 
1 



6 47 

7 36 

8 27 

9 20 

10 14 

11 8 
> morn 

2 
55 



Dset 

8 43 

9 30 
10 18 

10 53 

11 28 
11 57 
more 

27 

50 

1 1 

1 49 

2 26 

3 3 
3 40 

D rise 
8 14 

8 59 

9 44 

10 22 

11 1 



1 47 11 35 



| JULY hath 3 1 diys. 


Last qr. Id. 3h. 6m. aft. j First qr. 16ft. 9h. 38m. m. 


iNew mo. 8d. Oh. 26m. aft, | Full moon 24d. 3h.58m. m. 


Last qr. 30d. 7h. 31m. aftern. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |@ri.|©s. 


F..sea 


r. ^ s. 


1 


4 


2 sens 9a. 27m. □ O 5 4 32 


7 28 


2 39 


morn. 


2 


5 


Visit*. B. V. M. 4 


32 


728 


3 30 


10 




6 


slow of clock 4m. 4 


33 


7 27 


4 22 


47 


4 


7 


So7tte rain4 


33 


7 27 


5 15 


1 24 


5 


D 


6th after Trinity. 4 


33 


7 27 


6 10 


2 7 


6 


2 


near this time A 


34 


7 26 


7 6 


2 50 


7 


3 


Sup. 6 © ^ D high.4 


34 


7 26 


8 2 


3 SO 


8 


* 


Slew D w*7^ thunder '4 


35 


7 25 


8 57 


3 sets 


9 


5 


Day's shortened 10m. 4 


35 


725 


9 50 


8 6 


10 


6 o* 9 D . 6 O 2/ . and4 


36 


7 24 


10 41 


8 44 


11 


7 111 becomes amorn.siar.4 


37 


723 


11 29 


9 22 


12 


D 


7 th aft.Trin. lightning A 


37 


7 23 


aft. 1 6 


9 58 


13 


2 


Hot weather A 


38 


7 22 


59 


10 25 


14 


3 


D apogee. Then4 


38 


7 22 


1 42 


10 53 


15 


4 


rain and perhaps 4 


39 


721 


2 24 


11 21 


16 


5 


□ OD 4 


30 


7 20 


3 6 


11 .51 


17 


6 


thunder A 


41 


7 19 


3 50 


morn. 


18 


7 


Day's shortened 22m. 4 


41 


7 19 


4 35 


21 


19 


D 


8th af. Trin. 4 


42 


7 18 


5 23 


57 


20 


2 


Pleasant 4 


43 


7 17 


6 12 


1 33 


21 


3 


j) low. weather A 


44 


7 16 


7 4 


2 18 


22 


4 


O in SI 10 aftern. 4 


45 


7 15 


7 59 


3 3 


23 


5 


More rain about 4 


46 


7 14 


8 55 


3 49 


24 


6 


Full moon. this time A 


46 


7 14 


9 50 


} rise 


25 


7 


Dog days begin. St. Ja's.4 


47 


7 13 


10 45 


8 20 


26 


D 


9th aft* Trin. 6 © % 4 


48 


7 12 


11 39 


8 58 


27 


2 


? invisible. 4 


49 


'7 11 


morn. 


9 36 


28 


3 


} perigee. Pleasant A 


40 


7 in 


32 


10 11 


29 


4 


then rain a?idA 


51 


7 9 


1 25 10 46 


30 


5 


□ O D probably thundA 


52 


7 8 


2 17 11 24 


3 1 


6 slow of clock 6m. 4 


53 7 7 3 loWrjorn. 



AUGUST hath 51 davs," 



New m. 7ii. Oh. 8 n*. m. fcuii ni. 22d. luh. lim. m. 
First qr.15d.2h.41m, pi. Lastqr. i"9 d.lh. 14n?. m. 



jW| Calendar-, &«. \&vi.\ (?>s.|F.sca,|r. J) s.| 



4 © 5 



7 Lammas. Inf. 
.JlOth aft. Trim 

2 J morning, star. 

3 .5 h'gh. Lowr 

4 ©slow of cl. 5m. 

5 | cn^/ raiwy wear 

6 ISun eclipsed. 



4 54 7 



Full tides. this time 
lith aft. Trim 

Sultry, hot 
Days short In. 10m. 
□ © $ weather 

near this rime. 
$ rises Sh, 35m. morn. 5 
Assumption. D 1 5 
9th after Trini. Mains 
may now be ex/iectedj\5 
3> low. then fileasant.\5 
21 rises 2.?. 24m. mor.J5 
3 and clock even. i5 

7*s rise 10 o'clock. 5 
Moon eel p. Full tides. 5 
ioth aft. T. ©inri£4m.5 
St. Bart hoi. 5 per. 5 

- Ka iny and foggy .523 
Com men. Cambridge &. 5 24 
Dull [Dartmouth. 5 25 
weather nea^ these 5 26 
St. John Bapf. D © 1) 5 28 
Ulhaf:. Trin. days 5 29 
^ ir.£h. Plcasautfc 30 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

6 59 
6 58 
6 57 
4'6 56 
5|6 55: 
6 54 
6 52 
6 51 
6 50 
6 49 
6 48 
6 46 
6 45 
6 44 
6 43 
6 41 
6 40 
21 6 39 
6 37 
6 36 
6 



•9 22 
10 9 

10 54 

11 3 

iaft. 20 

1 2 

1 45 

2 2? 



15 

5^ 
4 -• 



5 

6 42 

7 3' 

8 o. 

9 31 

10 26 

11 21 
morn. 

15 

1 v 

2 4 

2 29 

3 54 

4 48 



3 

47 





31 


? 


52 


3 


19 


.4 


13 


3) set. 


7 


55 


8 


25 


8 


56 


9 


23 


9 


50 


10 


21 


10 


53 


11 


31 


morn. 





9 





57 


I 


46 


2 


48 


3 


51 


3>ns-- 


7 


37 


8 


14 


8 


5 


9 


39 


10 


< 


10 


5! 


11 


3f 


•)''. 


r 





2b 



SEPTEMBER hath 30 clays. \ 


New m. id.2h. 35m. aft. 


Full m. 20 d. 7h, 4m. aft. 


First qr.13d.6h.52m. aft. 


Last qr. 27d. 9h. 45m. m, 


MjW| Calendar, kc. |@n.|©s.|F.sea. 


r. 3 s. 


1 


3 She is often lowry. 


5 32 6 28 


5 42 \ 2l 


2 


4 


Commen. Providence. 


5 33]6 27 


6 34 


2 18 


3 


S 


Dog Days rnd. 


j 34 


6 26 


7 24 


3 15 


4 


6 


The gathering clouds de- 


5 06 


6 24 


8 12 


4 2 


5 


7 


Sun ec lip. note rain. 


5 37J6 23 


8 58 


3 sets 


6 





lothaf.T. 7*'srise9 b. 


5 38 


6 23 


9 41 


7 5 


1 7 


2 


J) ap. Some good weather 


5 40 


6 20 


10 24 


7 32 


8 




NatB«V.M. thenrainy. 


541 


6 19 


11 6 


8 


9 


4 


Commenc. N, Haven. 


5 42 


6 18 


11 49 


8 30 


10 


5 


Pleasant weather. 


5 44 


6 16 


aft. 33 


9 1 


U 


6 


Bay's length 12te, 30m, 


5 45 


6 15 


1 18 


9 37 


12 


7 


for some days. 


546 


6 14 


2 5 


10 13 


1 Q 
1 O 


D 


16thaf.Tr. Inf. 6 ©2 


5 48 


6 12 


2 54 


10 58 


14 


2 


9 rises 2 h. 22 m.raor. 


5 49 


6 11 


3 44 


11 43 


15 


3 


3 low Smoky. 


551 


6 9 


4 37 


morn. 


16 


4 


©fast of cl. 6m. 


5 52 


6 8 


5 31 


40 


17 


5 


If you would have a 


5 53 


6 7 


6 27 


1 37 


18 


6 


good servant,serve your 


5 55 


6 5 


7 23 


2 46 


19 


7 


self. Vfarm. 


5 56 


6 4 


8 20 


S 56 


20 


D 


17th aft. Trin. Full 3 


557 


6 3 


9 15 


3 rise 


21 


2 


St. Matthew. 5 per. 


558 


6 2 


10 11 


6 52 


22 


3 


Full tides, how look for 


5 59 


6 1 


11 7 


7 36 


23 


4 


© in =2= 1 h. mor. rain. 


6 1 


5 59 


morn. 


3 21 


24 


5 


7*s rise 8 o'cl. D © \ 


6 2 


5 58 


4 


9 


25 


6 


Lowry wet weather. 


6 4 


5 56 


1 1 


9 40 


'26 


7 


2/ris. 1 morn, 3 high. 


6 5 


5 55 


1 57 


10 32 


27 


D 


18th aft. Trin. D0D 


6 7 


5 53 


2 53 


11 25 


28 


2 j Windy* clear- 


6 8 


5 52 


3 48 


morn. 


29 


3 pay's lengtb llh.40m. 


6 10 


5 50 


4 40 


22 


30 


4 ' c£>g/ weather. 


611 


5 301 5 49 


1 19 








B 











| OCTOBER hath 31 days. 


New m. 5 d. 7h. ^3m. m. 


Full m. 20a. 4h. 4m. m. 


First qr. 13d.9h.38im nu 


Last qr. 26d. 10h.6m. aft 


M|\V| Calendar, &x. |<S)ri. 


©s |F.sea.|r.} s ' 


1 


5 Coo/, windy . 


6 13 


5 47 6 18 


r 2 17 


2 


6 9 rises 2h. 22m. mon,. 


3 14 


'5 46 


7 4 


3 15 


3 


7 I expect a storm nea* 


6 15 


5 45 


7 48 


4 12 


4 


D 19th aft. TVin. 


6 17 


5 43 


8 3 i 


5 10 


5 


2 ])x\pogee* New 3) 


618 


5 42 


9 13 


3) sets 


6 


3 


£/« : s /z/n<% if the plan ■ 


6 19 


5 41 


9 55 


6 41 


7 


4 


ets do not deceive me 


621 


5 S9 


10 3? 


7 12 


8 


5 


fast of cl. 13m. 


5 22 


5 38 


U 33 


7 43 


9 


6 


Cool pleasant weather. 


6 24 


5 36 


aft. 9 


8 21 


10 


7 


7*s rise 7 oVlock* 


6 25 


5 35 


57 


9 


1 


f) 


20th af.Tr. Gr.elon. ? 


6 26 


5 34 


1 46 


9 48 


12 


2 


3 low. then comes 


6 28 


5 32 


2 37 


10 36 


13 


3 


O © D rain in plenty. 


6 29 


5 31 


3 29 


11 35 


14 


4 


Day's length 1 1 hours. 


6 30 


5' 30 


4 22 


morn. 


15 


5 


% rises at miduignt. 


6 32 


5 28 


5 16 


34 


If. 


6 


Windy, flying 


6 33 


5 27 


6 10 


1 41 


17 


7 


clouds, chilly. 


6 34 


5 26 


7 5 


2 49 


18 


D 


2 A st af.Tri. St. Luke. 


636 


5 24 


8 1 


4 2 


19 


2 


^ D per. Pleasant , 


6 37 


5 23 


8 57 


5 16 


20 


3 


Stos Baptist Asso. 


6 38 


5 22 


9 54j5rise 


2i 


4 


Middling tides. 


6 40 


5 20 


10 52', 6 52 


22 


5 


% E. Star, oriental. 


641 


5 19 


11 511 7 39 


23 


6 


in rri I morn. 


6 42 


5 18 


morn. 8 27 


24 


7 


3 high. thenlowry. 


6 44 


5 16 


49j 9 22 


mu 


22daft. Trin. 


6 45 


5 15 


1 46;10 18 


262 


7*s rise 6 o'd. DQ5 


6 46 


5 14 


2 41J11 17 


27 3 


Windy, colds 


6 47 


5 13 


3 3 3 -morn. 


28 


4 


St.Sim.Sc Jude. *6Q5 


6 49 


5 11 


4 .22 


16 


29 


5 


A storm near [sup 


S50 


5 10 


5 8 


1 13 


30 


z 


o" 9 C £/««? £zW. 


6 5*1 


5 9 


5 52 


2 11 


3 1 6 ©fa.ofcl. 16m. HO % 


6 52 


5 8 6 35 3 9 





NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 


1 
m. aft.} 


New m. 4d. lh. 27m. m. 


Full m. 18d. lh. 43 


First qr.lld.10h.28m.af. 


Lastqr.25d.2h. 33 m. aft. 1 


MW Calencbr,&c |0ri.|©s |Fse*.|r.}s. 


1 


D 


2 3d aft • Trin. AilSainte.,6 5 4; 5 6 


7 17 4 " 


2 


2 


J rises 3h m. 2>apo. 


6 55\5 5 


7 59 


5 * 


3 


3 


FalUng weather 


6 565 4 


8 41 


5 59 


4 


4 


New 3 . Tide swells. 


6 57 


5 $ 


9 25 


3 sets 


5 


5 


near these days 


6 59 


5 1 


10 10 


'6 22 


6 


6 


fast of clock 1 6 m. 


7 


5 


10 51 


6 53 


7 


7 


D low. Some fire tty 


7 1 


459 


11 46 


7 24 


8 


U 


24th aft.Trin. good 


r 2 


4 58 


aft. 36 


8 25 


9 


2 


weather, but soon 


7 3 


4 57 


1 27 


9 27 


10 


3 


Pay's length 9h. 52m. 


7 4 


4 56 


2 18 


10 57 


il 


1 


D0). changes to 


7 5 


4 55 


5 ia 


11 28 


12 


5 


lowry and wet weather. 


7 6 


4 54 


4 1 


mom. 


13 


6 


^rtseslOh. 19m. even. 


7 7 


4 53 


4 53 


34 


U 


7 


After a pleasant day 


7 9 


451 


5 46 


1 40 


15 





25th aft.Trin. 6 © « 


7 10 


4 50 


6 £9 


2 52 


16 


2 


J per, comes 


7 11 


4 49 


7 34 


4 4 


17 


J 


7*s south at midnight. 


7 12 


4 48 


8 32 


5 16 


18 


4 


Full <$ raw i?2 


7 13 


4 47 


9 30 


3 rise 


19 


5 


Very high tides. 


7 14 


4 46 


10 30 


6 11 


20 


6 


plenty. Chilly 


715 


4 45 


11 29 


7 5 


2\ 


7 


9 higfi- weather 


7 15 


4 45 


morn. 


8 


22 


P 


26thaft.T. ©in/liaft 


7 16 


4 44 


26 


9 


li 


2 


/7/e clouds denote 


717 


4 43 


1 21 


10 1 


2i 


3 


6 5 £ /Ae approach 


7 18 


4 42 


2 13 


11 1 


25 


i 


O0) e/a a^orra 


719 


441 


3 1|12 


26 


:> 


£ rises 3k- 39m. morn. 


7 20 


4 40 


3 46 i morn. 


27 


6 


Cool weather, and 


7 20 


4 40 


4 29! 57 


23 


7 


O fast of clock 1 1 m. 


721 


4 39 


5 llj 1 55 


29 


d 


Advent Sund. windy 


7 22 


4 38 


5 53i 2 50 


30 


2 


St. Andrew. @ apog. 


723 


4 37 


6 34) 3 49 



DECEMBER h&tli 31 day*. 


New m. 3d. 7h. 3m. aft. 1 Full m. 18d. Oh. 36m. m . 


First qv. lid. 9h. 4m. m. | Last qr.25d.i0h. 20m. m. 


M|V*'"|. Calendar, &c» |©n.|©s.|F.sea.|\ .#s. 


|]3 


,7*s south li o'clock. 7 23 


437 


7 17 


3 4 6 


2 * l " 


$ rises 3h, 51m. mor. 


7 24 


436 


8 ) 


5 4° 


3 5 


New moon. Some 


7 25 


435 


8 47 


J)set s 


46 


pretty good weather 


7 25 


435 


9 36 


5 35 *■» 


5? 


3 low. ybr winter. 


7 26 


4 34 


10 26 


6 24 


6 l 


2d Sunday in Advent. 


7 26 


4 34 


11 16 


7 14 


7 2 


Hazy weaiher. 


7 27 


4 33 


alt. 8 


8 13 


8 3 


Concep.V.M. % r. Sh. 


7 27 


4 33 


59 


9 12 


12 I 
13 2 

Ug 


Rain or snow [27m. mo. 


7 28 


4 32 


1 49 


10 17 


Day*s length 9h. 4m. 


7 28 


4 32 


2 4G 


11 22 


OQ) may be expected 


728 


431 


<v 
0^ 


morn. 


near these days. 


7 29 


43) 


4 20 


30 


) 3d in Advent. 


7 29 


431 


5 V2 


1 38 


D per. Wndu 


7 29 


431 


6 6 


' Q 47 


7*s south 10 o'clock. 


7 29 


431 


7 2 


3 57 


15 4 


Cold weather 


7 30 


4 30 


7 59 


5 6 


16 5 


followed by snow 


7 30 


4 30 


8 5a 


6 16 


17 6 


Full O or rain 


7 30 


130 


9 57 


a tist 


I87 


% ris» s 7H. 41m. even, 


7 30 


4 30 


10 54 


6 29 


19 | 


3 4th in advent. D high 


.7 30 


4 30 


11 49 


7 31 


20 2 


Om>55h.af. St.Thom 


7 30 


4 30 


morn 


8 S3 


3i: 


\ Q and clock even. 


7 30 


4 30 


39 


9 34 


22 4 


t Shortest days 9 hours. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 27 


10 35 


23; 


i Cold, blus tering weather 


7 30 


4 30 


2 12 


11 32 


24< 


> Christmas. n© 3 near 


7 30 


4 30 


2 55 


morn. 


25J7 


f St.Stephen. these days 


7 29 


4 30 


3 37 


29 


26] 

I* 


3lstaf.CSt.John. 3>ap 


729 


4 30 


4 18 


1 24 


27h 


I Innocents. 7*s so.9.>'cl 


7 29 


431 


5 C 


2 19 


28: 


* The waysofvir- 6 Q $ 


7 29 


431 


5 43 


3 17 


29 ^ 


1 tue are pleasant; be*ir- 


728 


431 


6 29 


4 15 


30 i 


> tnous&happy.Farewell 


728 


4 32 


7 17 5 lo) 



Rates at which Taxable Polls and Estates 

ARE PUT IN THE GRAND LiEVV, IN 

the State of Connecticut. 

F)LLS from 21 to 70 years of age, at g60 

Polls from 1 8 to 21 years of age, al 30 

Oxen and Bulls, four vears old, at 10 

Cows, Steers, Heiters and Bulls, three years 

old, at 7 

Steers, Heifers and Bulls, two years old, at 3 34 

Horse kind three years old, at 10 

Horse kind two years old, at 7 

Horse kind of one year old, at 3 34 

Stallions more than three years old, at 67 

Mules three years old, at 10 

Mules two years old, at - 7 

Mules of one year old, at 3 34 

Covering Jacks, at 34 

Acres of Ploughland, at 1 67 

Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pas- 
ture, at 1 34 
Acres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 84 
Acres of Boergy Meadow, not mowed, at 34 
Acres of Meadow Land in Hartford and Mid- 
dlesex Counties, at 
Acres of other Meadow Land, at 
Acres of Bush Pasture, at 
Acres of uninclosed Land, first rate, at 
Acres of uninclosed Land, second rate, at 
Acres of uninclosed Land, third rate, at 
Coaches, at 168 
Chariots, at 134 
Phaetons, at 100 
Coachees, at 7£ 
Curricles, at 68 
Chaises, Chairs, or other two wheel Carria- 
ges—fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, or 
sixty dollars, according to their value. 
Other four wheel carriages on springs, at 36 
Gold Watches, at 34 
Silver Watches^at * 10 
R * 



Steel and Brass wheeled Clocks, at , g2d 

Wooden wheeled Clocks, at 7 

Fire-places, first class, at 5 

Fire-places, second class, at S 75 

Fire-places, third class, at 2 50 

Fire-places, fourth class, at 1 25 

Stores, one story high, at 10 

Stores, two stories high, at 20 

Stores, three stories high, at 30 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at gl 11 fier oz> at 

six per cent. 
Dollars on interest, at six fier cent* 
Dollars, Bank Stock, at three fier cent* 

Sheep added as a penalty, at 75 

N.B. The poll of each -non-commissioned officer 
and private of the militia, is exempted from taxa- 
tion ; provided he produces a certificate from the 
commanding officer of the company to which he be- 
longs, on or before the 10th of September, annually, 
that he is equipped according to law, and dressed in 
uniform — and has performed military duty according 
to law, except when prevented by some reasonable 
excuse. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses, 
one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this State, is not put 
in the list when taxed in the State in which such 
Bank is kept. 

Attornies, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanics 4 
are exempted from assessment for two years from 
the time they commence business. 



Fb 



FREEMEN'S-xMEETINGS. 



REEMEN'S-MEETIN'oS, throughout the State 
of Connecticut, are held annually on the third Mon- 
day in September, and on the Monday ioiiowing the 
first Tuesday in April* 



TABLE, 

Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from e-ue 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



cts. 


#. 


d.f. 


to 


8. 


*/. 


as 


*. 


rf.y: 


rtj. 


* d.f. 


1 





3 


26 


1 


6 3 


51 


3 


2 


76 


4 6 3 


2 





1 2 


27 


1 


f 2 


52 


3 


1 2 


77 


4 7 2 


3 





2 1 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


3 


2 1 


78 


4 8 1 


4 





3 


29 


1 


9 


$4 


3 


3 


79 


4 9 


5 





3 2 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 


3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


6 





4 1 


31 


1 


10 1 


56 


3 


4 1 


81 


4 10 1 


7 





5 


32 


1 


11 


57 


3 


5 


82 


4 11 


8 





5 3 


33 


1 


11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 


83 


4 11 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 


6 2 


84 


5 2 


10 





7 1 


35 


2 


1 1 


60 




7 1 


85 


5 11 


11 





8 


36 


2 


2 


SI 


3 


8 


86 


5 2 


12 





8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


8 3 


87 


5 2 3 


13 





9 1 


38 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 


9 1 


88 


5 3 1 


14 





10 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 4 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


10 3 


90 


5 4 3 


16 





11 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 


11 2 


91 


5 5 2 


17 


1 


1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 


1 


92 


5 6 1 


18 


1 


1 


43 


2 


7 


68 


4 


1 


93 


5 7 


19 


11 


1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 


1 3 


94 


5 7 3 


20 


1 


2 2 


45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


2 2 


95 


5 8 2 


21 


1 


3 


46 


2 


9 


71 


4 


3 


96 


5 9 


22 


1 




17 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 9 3 


23 


1 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


24 


1 


5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 


5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


25 


1 


6 


50 


3 





75 


4 


6 


100 


6 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dismes or Tenths, 
Cents or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths. 
A Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent 
the hundredth part of a Dollar, and a Mille the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



A TABLE of Simple Interest at 
For any Sum from 20*. *o Q, 1 



6 per Cent. 

000. 



1 


Mon. | 3 Mon. | 6 Mon. 


| A Year. 


f. 


s. 


"37 


?• 


J» d. q. 


s, d. q. 


r d. q. 


1 





1 





032 


070 


1 3 1 


2 





2 


1 


070 


120 


2 4 3 


3 





3 


2 


O 10 3 


192 


3 7° 


4 





4 


3 


15 1 


242 


4 9° 


5 





6 





1 60 


300 


600 


6 





7 





192 


3 7 


720 


7 





3 


1 


2IO4 2 ° 


8 4° 


8 





9 


2 


2 4 3 4 9 2 


9 7° 


9 





10 


3 


2 8 1 J 5 42 


10 9 


£. 


/. 


S* t 


i. 


/• s.d. 


/. s. d. 


/. j. d. 


10 





1 





O3O 


60 


0120 


£0 





2 





O 60 


0120 


140 


SO 





3 





O9O 


18 


1 16 


40 





4 





12 O 


1 40 


280 


5° 





5 





O I50 


1 10 


300 


60 





6 





O 18 O 


1 160 


3 *2 


So 





i 





1 lO 


2 20 


4 40 








1 4 O 


280 


4 16 


9° 





9 





1 70 


2 14 


580 


100 





10 





llOO 


3 °° 


600 


aoo 


I 








3OO 


6 00 


12 00 


30° 


1 


10 





4 10 


9 00 


1800 


400 


2 








600 


12 00 


24 


500 


2 


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7 10 


15 00 


30 


600 


3 





900 


18 00 


36 


*700 
80O 


3 


10 





10 10 


21 00 


42 


4 








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24 00 


48 o,o 


9°° 


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10 





13 10 c 


27 00 


54 00 


1000 


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A TABLE 

Of the Measure joJ Length of the principal places in 

Europe, compared with the American Yard. 

— *— Yards. 

100 Alines or Ells of England, are equal to 125 

100 of Holland or Amsterdam, Haer- 

lem, Leyden, the Hague, Rot- 
terdam, Nuremberg, and other 
cities of Holland 75 

100 of Brabant or Antwerp 76 

100 of France and Oznaburg *128£ 

100 of Hamburg, Frankfort, Leipsic, 

Bern and Basil 62£ 

100 of Breslau 60 

} 00 of Dantzick 69£ 

100 of Bergen and Prantheim 68£ 

100 of Sweden and Stockholm 65f 

100 of St. Gall, for linens 874 

100 of St. Gall, for cloths 67 

100 - — of Geneva 124 j 

100 Canes of Marseilles and Montpellier 21 4| 

100 of Thoulose and High Languedoc 200 

100 of Genoa, of nine palms J245J 

100 of Rome 227£ 

iOO Varas of Spain 93 J 

1 00 of Portugal 1 23 

100 Cavidos of Portugal 75 

l00 Brasses of Venice ^^ 

1 00 of Bergamo 7 1 £ 

100 of Florence and Leghorn 64 

100 of Milan 58£ 

*The French Ell is usually estimated at 1£ 
yards. 



m 



W 



Connecticut Register. 



duties. 



Articles on which Duties are payable at their im- 
portation into the United States, with Rates 
of Impost, alphabetically arranged. 

ARMS, fire and side, not otherwise 
enumerated, or parts thereof \7\ per cent. 

Ale, beer and porter, in casks or bot- 
tles . 8 cts. per gal. 

Almonds 2 cts. per lb. 

Artificial flowers, feathers, and other 
ornaments for women's head dres- 
ses \7\ per cent. 

Anniseed 17| ditto. 

Anchors , 15 

Brass, iron or steel locks, hinges, hoes, 



ditto. 



anvils and vises 


15 ditto. 


all other manufactures of 


17£ ditto. 


Bricks and : ti!es 


irf ditto. 


Boots, 


75 cts. per pr. 


Books, blank 


15 per cent. 


Buttons, of every kind 


17£ ditto. 


Buckles, shoe and knee 


174 ditto. 


Brushes 


15 ditto. 


Carriages, or parts of carriages 


22J ditto. 


Cards, playing 


25 cts. perpk. 


, wool and cotton 


Sdcts.per doz. 


Cabinet wares 


17% per cent. 


Carpets and carpeting 


17| ditto. 


Candles of tallow 


2 cts. fier lb. 


—,of wax, or Spermaceti 


6 ditto. 


Cassia, China 


4 ditto. 


Capers 


17| per cent I 


Canes, walking sticks aad whips- 


U ditto- 



24 

Cambrics 15 fier cent. 

Cheese 7 cts.fier lb. 

China ware \7\fier cent. 

Comfits Vl\ ditto. 

Cinnamon and cloves 20 cts. fier lb. 

Cocoa 2 ditto. 

Chocolate 3 ditto. 

Cordage, tarred 2 cts. her lb. 

untarred 2£ ditto. 

Coal 5 cts.fier bus* 

Copper manufactures \7\ fier cent. 

Currants ^ 2 cts. fier lb. 

Coffee 5 ditto. 

Cotton 3 ditto. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or both, 
or of which cotton or linen is the ma- 
terial of chief value, being printed, 
stained or coloured^or cotton manu- 
factures not printed, stained or col- 
oured 15 fier cent* 

Clocks and watches, or parts of either 17J ditto. 

Clothing ready made 15 ditto. 

Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions and compositions for the teeth 
and gums 17$ ditto. 

Dolls dressed or undressed 17 J ditto. 

Drugs, medicinal, except those com- 
monly used for dying \7\ ditto. 

Earthen and stone wares 17£ ditto. 

Fans or parts thereof 17£ ditto. 

Figs 2 cts. fier lb. 

Fish, foreign dried 50cts.fir.qui?u 

Salmon 1 00 cts.fier bbl. 

Mackarel 60 ditto. 

other pickled 40 ditto. 

Fruits of all kinds 17£ ditto. 

Glass— black quart bottles 60 cts.fier gro. 

wirdowyiot above 8 inches by 10 \6i)cts. lOQsq.f. 

***» — « — io |,y 12 175 ditto. 



25 

\ all above 10 by 12 225 ditto. 

all other glass and manufactures 

thereof 22§ fier cent. 

Glauber Salts 200 ctsfier cwt* 

Gauzes 15 fier cent* 

Ginger 17* ditto. 

Girandoles, or parts thereof 22| ditto. 

Gloves and mittens of every kind 174 ditto. 

Glue 4 cts. per lb. 

Gunpowder 4 ditto. 

Hair powder 4 ditto. 

Hats, caps, and bonnets of every kind 174 fier cent. 
Hemp 100 ci s. fier cwt» 

Indigo 25 cts. fier 16* 

Iron, slit and hoop 1 ditto. 

— steel or brass locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils or vises 15 fier cent* 

— - casi or rolled, and all manufac- 
tures of iron, steel or brass, or of 
which either of these metals is the ar- 
ticle of chief value, not being other- 
wise narticularly enumerated i 74 ditta. 
Jewelry and paste work \7\ di to. 
Lace of Gold and Silver 17£ ditto. 
Laces and lawns 15 ditto. 
Laces, lines, fringes, tassels, and trim- 
mings commonly used by upholsters, 
coach-makers and saddlers 17| ditto. 
Lampblack 15 ditto. 
Leather, tanned, tawed, and all manu- 
factures of leather, or of which leath- 
er is the article of chief value, not o- *j 
therwise particularly enumerated 174 ditto. 
Lead and musket ball 1 cent per lb. 

a T - other manufactures of lead, or 

in which lead is the chief article 1 ditto. 
Lemons and limes 17J fier cent. 

Lime, foreign 50 ct$*fir. cask 

of 60 gallons 

c 



26 

Linen manufactures, or of which linen 
is the chief article of value, not print- 
ed, stained or coloured, 15 per cent. 

Looking glasses, or parts thereof 22 J ditto. 

Manufactures of tin, pewter and cop- 
per, not otherwise particularly enu- 
merated 17| ditto* 

— •. of iron, steel or brass, not oth- 
erwise particularly enumerated 17£ ditto. 

Mats and floor cloths^ or parts of ei- 
ther 17£ ditto. 

Malt 10 cts/ier bit. 

Marble, slate, and other stone, bricks, 
tiles, tables, mortars, and other uten- 
sils of marble or slate, and generally 
all stone and earthen ware 17£ per cenP* 

Mace 125 cts. per lb, 

Merchandize, goods, and wares, im- 
ported directly from China or India, 
in ships or vessels not of the United 
States, except teas, China ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher rates 
of duties 15 ditto* 

Merchandize, goods and wares, intend- 
ed to be re-exported to a foreign port • 
or place in the same ship or vessel in 
which they shall be imported free. 

Merchandize, goods and wares, n«r 
herein otherwise particularly enume- 
rated and described 15 fier cent. 

Mittens and gloves of every kind . 17J ditto. 

Millinery ready made 17£ ditto. 

M o J a sses 5 cts.pcr gal* 

Mu kets and firelocks, with nv without 
bavouets fined to the same, and mus- 
ket ball, or parts of either 17 J per cent. 

Mustard in flour 17| ditto. 

Muslins or muslinets, whether printed, 
stained; coloured, or otherwise 15 ditto. 



27 



Nails 


2 cts. per Ifr 


Nankeens 


15 fier cent. 


Nutmegs 


50 cts. fier lb. 


Oranges 


17\fier cent* 


Olive's 


17k ditto, 


Oil 


17| ditto. 


Ochre, dry yellow 


1 cent fier lb* 


Paper hangings 


17% fier cent. 


writing and wrapping 


15 ditto. 


sheathing and cartridge 


171 ditto. 


Painter's colours,whether dry or ground 


in oil, except those commonly 


used 


in dying, not otherwise particularly 


enumerated 


17 1 ditto. 


Pack thread and twine 


400 cts. fier cwt. 


Pasteboards, parchment or vellum 


15 fier cent. 


Pastework and jewelry 


17| ditto. 


Plaster of Paris 


free 


Pewter plates and dishes 


4 cts fier lb* 


Pepper 


6 ditto. 


Ptrfumes 


17$ fier cent* 


Pistols, or parts thereof 


ir| ditto. 


Pictures and prints 


15 ditto. 


Pimento 


4 cts. fier lb. 


Pickles cf all sorts 


\7\jicr cent* 


Powders, pastes, balls, balsams, 


oint- 


ments, oils, waters, washes, tinctures, 


essences or other preparations or 


compositions, commonly called sweet 


scents, odours, perfumes, or cosmet- 


ics, and all powders and preparations 


for the teeth and gums 


17\ per cent. 


Plated ware 


\7\ ditto. 


Quick Silver 


6 cts. fier lb. 


Red and white lead 


2 ditto. 


Salts, glauber 


200 ctsAer cwt* 


Segars ^ 


^2 per thousa. 


Starch 


3 cts per Id. 


Sail cloth 


X5fierce?it. 



28 



Sate, stone, and stone ware 


m 


per cent. 


Saddles or parts thereof 


15 


ditto. 


Satins aud other wrought silks 


15 


ditto. 


Steel 


100 cts.fiercwi. 


Spermaceti candles 


6 cts. tier lb* 


Spirits distilled in foreign countries 




viz* 

From Grain. 






First proof 


28 cts. fier gaL 


Second proof 


29 


ditto. 


Third proof 


31 


ditto. 


Fourth proot 


34 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 


40 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 


50 


ditto. 


From other materials. 




First proof 


25 


ditto. 


Second proof 


25 


ditto. 


Third proof 


28 


ditto. 


Fourth p> oef 


32 


ditto. 


Fifth proof 


38 


ditto. 


Sixth proof 


46 


ditto. 



Spirits distilled in the U. States, im- 
po» ted in the same ship or vessel in 
which they had been previously ex- 
ported from the U. States, viz. 
Frmn Molasses. 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 
Fourth proof 
Fitth proof 
Sixth proof 
From material* the growth and produce 
of the United States 
First proof 
Second proof 
Third proof 

fourth proof 



\5 


ditto. 


16 


ditto. 


17 


ditto. 


19 


ditto. 


23 


ditto. 


30 
duce 


ditto. 


7 


ditto. 


8 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


11 


ditto. 



89 

Fifth proof 13 ditto* 

Sixth proof 18 ditto. 

Spikes 1 cent per lb. 

Shoes and slippers of silk 25 cts-fir.fiair* 

kid and morocco 1$ ditto. 

other shoes and slippers for men 

and women, clogs and golojshoes 15 ditto. 

— — other shoes and slippers for chil- 
dren 10 ditto. 

Swords and cutlasses, or parts of ei- 
ther 

Stockings 

Stone and earthen ware 

Soap 

Sulpher 

Sugar, brown 

, white clayed 

, do. powdered 

, all other clayed or powdered 

, lump, 

,lo?f 

— , other refined 

Sugar candv 

Snuff 

Tallow candles 

Teas, from China and India* 

, bohea 

, souchong and other black 

~ — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, 
gomee 

— , other green teas 

From Europe. 

, bohea 

, Souchong and other black 

— — , hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 
gomee 

, other green teas 

From any other place. 

, bohea \7 ditto* 

C 2 



17J fier cent. 


IH 


ditto. 


m 


ditto. 


2 cts. per Id 


free 




2$cts*perlb, 


3 


ditto. 


3 


ditto. 


ed fi 


ditto. 


§§ 


ditto. 


9 


ditto. 


pi 


ditto. 


ui 


ditto. 


22 


ditto. 


2 


ditto. 


13 


ditto. 


18 


ditto. 


or 




32 


ditto. 


22f 


ditto. 


14 


ditto. 


21 


ditto. 


or 




40 


ditto. 


24 


ditto. 



30 

— , souchong 27 ditto* 
, hyson, imperial, gunpowder, or 

gomee 50 ditto, 

^ other green teas 30 ditto. 

Tinctures (see powders, pastes, Sec.) 17J per cent. 
Toys not otherwise enumerated 15 ditto. 

Tobacco, (manufactured, other than 

snuff) 10 cts. fier lb* 

Types for printing i5 per cent. 

Velvets and velverets 15 ditto. 

Wafers \7\ ditto. 

Wine, in casks, bottles, and other vessel's. 
— , Malmsey, Madeira, and London 

particul Madeira 58 cts. per g ah 

— all other Madeira wine 50 ditto, 
Burgundv, Champaigne, Rhenish, 

and Tokay wines 45 ditto. 

Sherry and St Lucar wines 40 ditto. 

Claret, and other wines not enu- 
merated, when imported in bottles or 
cases 35 ditto. 

•— — Lisbon, Oporto, and other Portu- 
gal wines 30 ditto. 

— Sicily 30 ditto. 

Teneriffe, Malaga, Fayal, St. 

George, and other Western Island 

wines 28 ditto. 

-*— all other wines, when imported oth- 
erwise than in bottles or cases 23 ditto* 

Wood manufactured, (exclusive of cab- 
inet wares) 15 per cent. 

Yarn uhtarred 225 cts.per cwt* 

All other goods not before particularly 

enumerated and described 15 per cent. 

QCj 3 All parts of articles to be subject to the same du- 
ties as the entire article U subject to. 

Bottles in which liquors are imported pay the same 
duties as empty bottles. 



31 

The following articles are free from duty. 
Rags and bristles. 
Regu!u9 of Antimony 

Un wrought clay 

Un wrought burr stones 

Ba k of the cork tree 

Philosophical Apparatus, especially imported for any 

seminary of learning 
Articles of all kinds, of the growth, product or man- 
ufacture of the United States • 
Copper in plates, pigs and bars 
Clothes, books, household furniture, and the tools or 
implements of the trade or profession of persons 
who come to reside in the United States 
Drugs and woods for dying 
Furs of every kind undressed 

Goods, wares and merchandize, intended to be ex- 
ported in the same vessel in which they shall be 
imported 
Salt and saltpetre 
Raw hides and iron ware 
Lapis Calaminaris, plaster of Paris 
Old pewter and tin in pigs and plates 
Wire of brass and iron 
Wood and wool unmanufactured 
Sea stores for vessels. 

TONNAGE. 

By Act of Congress, approved 2d of March, 1799, to 
be paid at the time of entering the vessel, and be- 
fore any permit shall be granted for landing any 
part of the cargoes, at the following rates : 

On all ships or vessels entering frwn any foreign 
port or place. Cts. per ton. 

Ships or vessels of the U. States „ 6 

— ^ , built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, SO 



On other ships or vessels, 50 

Vessels of the U. States employed in the coasting 
trade or fisheries, duly licensed, per annum, 6 

Vessels of the United Stares (other than licen^ 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to.be delivered in a district in another 
stat' , other than an adjoining state on the sea 
coast, or a navigable river, ' 6 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize to 
to be delivered in another district, 50 

(XjT Foreign vessels p <y light money at the rate 
of 50 cents per ton. 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN $ CtS. 

Gold Coins of GreaUBritaw and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 — for ev- 
ery '27 grains, . 1 0.0 
Gold coins of France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard prior to the 
year 1792— for every 27 and 2-5th grains 1 
Spanish milled dollars — 17pwt, I7grs. 1 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar, 
Cro vns of France-^-lS pwt. 7 grs. 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. L 

Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not by law a tender for the payment 
of all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation 
of the President of the United States, authorising 
such foreign coin to be received in payment of the 
duties and fees a foresaid. 

Rates of Coins for estimating Duties. 
Pound Sterling of Great Britain - - jj§ 4 44 
Liv re Tournois of France - - - 18 

Florin, or Guilder of the United Netherlands 4C-J- 
Mark Banco of Hamburg 33-§ 

Rix Dollar of Denmark - - - - 1 00 

Ryal Plate ol Spain 10 

Vallon of do. 05 

Millree of Portugal - - - - - 1 24 
Pound Sterling oflreland - - - - 4 10 



33 

Tale of-China - - - - - - 1 48 

Pagoda of India - - %- - 1 94 
Rupee of Bengal 55£ 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money of the United States. — 
Provided that it shall be lawful for the President of 
the United States to cause to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
wares and merchandize, imported into the United 
Statei, in respect to which the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 

That on all goods, wres and merchandize, impor- 
ted from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added 
to the actual cost thereof, inducing all charges, 
(commissions, outside pack *£es, and insurance only 
excepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign port,, 
before the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFTCE. 
To the Collector and Naval Officer. 

Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards 
Clearance ditto. ditto. 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons 
Clearance ditto, ditto. 

Every post entry 
Permit to land go<xls 
Every b<md taken officially 

permit to land g- ods for exportation for 

drawback 
debenture or other official certificate 
bill of health • 
Official document (register excepted) required 
by any person 20 

To the Surveyor. 
Admeasuring and certifying the same, of eve^y 
ship or vessel ©1 100 tons or under, per ton 01 



2 50 


2 50 


1 50 


1 50 


2 00 


20 


40 


30 


20 


20 



34 

Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 
100 and not exceeding 200 tons . 1 50 

Above 200 tons 2 00 

F< r all other services on board any ship or ves- 
sel of 100 tons or upwards, having on board 
goods, wares or merchandize, subject to du- 
ty 3 00 

For like services on board any ship or vessel of 
less than 100 tons 1 50 

On aH vessels not having onboard goods, wares 
ana merchandize, subject to duty 1 66 J, 

Allowances for draft. lb. 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 120 lb. 1 

above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under 300 3 

300 and under 400 4 

400 and under 1800 f 

1800 and upwards 9 

Tares. lb. 

On every whole chest of Bohea Tea 70 

half ditto, ditto. 36^ 

quarter ditto, ditto. 30 

chest of Hyson or other green tea, of 

70 lbs- or upwards 20 

box of other tea between 50 Sc 70 lb 18 

do. of 80 lbs. 20 

do. r from 80 upwards 22 

The above to include ropes canvas & other coverings. 

On ail other boxes of Teas, according to the invoice, 

or actual weight thereof. 

On Coffee in bags 2 per cent. 

in bales 3 

in casks 12 

On Sugar, other than loaf, in casks 12 

in boxes 15 

in bags or mats 5 

On Cocoa, in casks 10 

in bags 1 



ts 1216396 

On Pimento in casks 16 

in b gs S 

On cheese, in hampers and baskets 10 
in boxes 20 

On candles in boxes 8 

O Chocolate in boxe* 10 

On Cotton, in bales 2 

in seroons 6 

On Glauber Salts, in casks 8 

On Indigo, in barrels 12 

in other casks 15 

in seroons 10 

in bags or mats 3 

On Nails in casks 8 

On Pepper, in casks 12 

in bales 5 

in bags 2 

On Sugar Candv, in boxes 10 

Qn Sugars, in boxes 18 

On Soap, in boxes 10 

Om Shot, in c -sks 3 

On Twine, in casks 12 

in bales 3 

"On all othev goods according to the invoice thereof, 
as actual v, eight. 
Allowance for Leakage and Breakage. 
Two per cent allowed on the gfcage of all merchan- 
dize, paving duty by the -gallon, contained in casks. 

Ten per cent on all beer, ale, and porter in bot- 
tles and five per centfon all other liquors in bottles, 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in l«eu of 
bre ikage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties 
on the actual quar titv by tale, at the option of the 
importer at the turn of entry. 

TERMS OF CREPXT. 

When the duties on ad valorem articles are less 
than %5Q, t must be paid immediately ; if specific, 
a deposit must be made to secure the s- me, which. 
when ascertained, will be immediately settled* 



36 

When the duties on goods imported (where the 
sum is payable by one person or co-partnership) shall 
amount to more than fifty dollars, the following credit 
is allowed by law, except where any bond on which 
the person or co-partnership entering such goods, 
■wares or merchandize, are either principal or secu- 
rity, and which being due, remains undischarged. 

On all articles the produce of the IVest-Indies, 
the one half in three months,and the other half in six 
months. 

On Madeira, and other wines, in twelve months. 

On all go&ds, 8cc from Europe, (wines and teas 
excepted) the one third in eight, one third in ten, and 
one third in twelve months* 

On all goods, Sec (wines and teas excepted) from 
any other place than Europe and the West-Indies, 
one half in six months, one fourth in nine months, 
and one fourth in twelve months. 

On tcas u from China or Europe, maybe deposited 
at the option of the importer or importers (to be de- 
termined at the time of making entry thereof) either 
to secure the duties thereon, on the same terms and 
stipulations as on other goods, wares and merchan- 
dize imported, or to give his, her, or their bond, to 
the collector of the district where any such te?s shall 
be landed, in double the amount of the duties thereup- 
on, with condition for the payment of the said duties, 
in two years from the date of said bond : which bond 
shall be accepted by said collector without surety, 
upon the terms following : that is to say, The teas, 
for the duties whereof such bond shall be accepted 
shall be deposited at the expence and risk of the im- 
porter or importers, in one or more store house or 
store houses, as the case nmy require, to be agreed 
upon,-' Sec. The said teas to be delivered upon bond 
being given with one or more sureties, to the.satisfac- 
tion of the collector, " if the same shall not exceed 
lOOdollars, in four months ; if above 100 dollars, and 
not exceeding 500 dollars, in eight months j or if the 



8T 

same shall exceed 500 dollars, in twelve ; so that the> 
term of credit shall not extend the peri d beyond two 
years from the time of depositing the said teas ; any 
teas remaining after the term of two years, to be sold 
by .he collector, who shall return the surplus (utter 
pitying duties) to the owner or owners thereof." 

When the bond-- given for duties shah become due, 
and not discharged, the collector to prosecute without 
delay ; and in case of insolvency or death, the United 
States to be the first creditor, " and if any executor, 
administrator, assignee, or any other person shall pay 
any debt due by the person or estate for whom or 
for which they are acting, previous to the debt or debts 
due to the United Stated being fully satisfied and paid, 
shall become answerable in their own person and t&* 
fate for the same, or part thereof remaining unsatis- 
fied." 

Sureties on all bonds given for duties, shall in case 
of insolvency or death of the principal, 4l have and 
enjoy the like advantages, priority or preference for 
the recovery and receipt of said money out of the es- 
tate and effects of such insolvent* or deceased princi- 
pal, as are reserved to the United States. 

When bonds are prosecuted for the recovery of du- 
ties due to the United States, judgment to be granted 
at the return term " unless the defendant shall in 
open court, the United States Attorney being present,, 
make oath or affirmation that an error hath been 
committed in the liquidation of the duties demanded 
upon such bond, specify ing the errors alledged to have 
been committed, ami that the same have been notified 
in writing to the collector oj the said district prior to 
the commencement of the return term aforesaid.*' 

On all bonds upon which suits .shall be c mmenced, 
an interest shall be allowed at the rate of six per 
cent per annum, from the time when said bonds be- 
came due until the payment thereof. 

Duties to be paid where goods are landed, and 
faoiids to he given for securing the duties, if the whole* 

D 



Si 

'or part of the cargo is destined to different d?s& 

1 1 lets. 

Perts of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels. 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citi- 
zens of the United States is admitted to unload at any 
port or place except the following : 

Nkw-Hampshire— Portsmouth. — Massachu* 
setts — Portland and Falmou*h s New-Bedford, 
Dighton, Salem and Beverly, Gloucester* A'ewbury- 
port, Marble head, Nantucket, Boston and Charles- 
tun. Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wiscasset, 
Ma chiis, Penobscot. —— Rhode-Island — Aewfiort, 
Providence — C onnecticut — A/e w-L ondon .Aew- 
Haven. — New-York— A?w- For A\—Nkw-Jer set, 

<~-Perth-Amboy, Burlington. Pennsylvania— 

PhHadelphia. — D elaware — WSiimingten.Nzvjcas- 
t*e,Port-Penn. — MARYuAX-D—Bal'fmore.jlnnafiolis, 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomac, Chester- 
town Greek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digge's-Land- 
ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburg.—- Virginia — Alexan- 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port Royal, 
Fredericksburg, Urbanna, Yorktown, West Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda Hundred.. City Point, Rocket's 
Landing, Aorfolk and Portsmouth — North-Caro- 
.. LIN A — Wilmington, Acwhern, Beaufort, Washing" 
ton, Edenton. P'ankbridge. — South-Catolina— ■ 
Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort. — Georgia— 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Frederica, St. Ma- 
ry's. — Louisiana. — Atcw-Or leans* 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the povts in the above list which are di .anguished 
by Iteilicks. 

Restrictions on Importation*. 

No goods, wares or merchandize, of foreign growth 
or manufacture, subject to the payment of duties, 
shall be brought into the United States from any for- 
eign port or place in any other manner than by sea^ 
nor in any ship or vessel of less than Thirty Tq#s 



f9 

hurthen* agreeable to the mode of ascertaining^ A^ 
merican tonnage, except in certain districts on the 
Northern, Northwestern, and Western bountiari^s- 
of the United States, adj< iningto the dominions of G. 
Britain, in Upper and Lower Canada, and the dis- 
tricts on the rivers Ohio and Missisippi. 

No beer, ale or porter, to be imported in casks of 
less capacity than Forty Gallons beer measure* or if 
inbott*es,in packages less than Six dozen % xn\ti&v pen- 
alty of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel. 

No refined lump or loaf sugar, shall be imported 
into the United States from any foreign port or place, 
except in ships or vessels of the burthen of One Hun- 
dred and Twenty Ions and upwards, and in casks or 
packages, containing each not less than Six Hundred 
fiounas* on pain of forfeiting the said ship or vessel, 
and the loaf or lump sugar imported therein, except 
in such cask or packages aforesaid* 

No distilled spirits, (arrack and sweet cordials ex- 
cepted) to be imported in casks or vessels of less ca- 
pacity than Ainety Gallons Wine measure, on pain 
of forfeiture, with the ship or vessel, nor in casks or 
vessels which have been marked pursuant to any law 
of the United States, on pain ©f forfeiture of the said 
refined loaf or lump sugar, and distilled spirits, toge- 
ther with the ship or vessel : Provided that the for- 
feiture shall not be incurred on " any spirits imported 
or brought into the United States, in other casks or 
vessels as aforesaid, or the ship or vessel in which 
they shall be brought, if such spirits shall be for the 
use of the^eamen on board of such ship or vessel, and 
shall not exceed the quantity of four gallons for each 
seaman " and which shall at the time of entry of the 
said vessel* be inserted in the said manifest as the 
sea stores of such ship or vessel. 11 

INFORMATION GENERALLY. 

The want of certificates of distilled spirits, wine, 
©r teas, subjects such articles to seizure and fifty dol- 
lars fine, if such certificates are not delivered to tfcg 



CO 

^purchaser ; and if anv cask, chest, -vessel of eaSe, 
containing such articles, shall be found in the pos- 
session of any person, without being marked, and not 
b »ng accompanied with a certificate, the same is lia- 
ble to seizure. 

On the sale of any casks, &c which have been 
tnarked, the marks to b defact din presence of some 
officer of inspection or custom ; and the certificate ef 
the same to be delivered up, under penalty of one 
hundred dollars, with the costs of suit. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be unladen but be- 
tween sunrise and sunset, without special licence, un- 
der penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
and every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised m 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the i*oods, and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and if 
wines, spirits, or teas, before being marked, without 
permission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of- 
ficers of revenue cutters may g© on board, examine 
and search vessels, have free access to the cabin, 
and sealed packages, and after sun-set secure the 
hatches, &x. Persons in charge of vessels, for break- 
ing fastenings, but in presence of an officer, forfeit 
two hundred dollars. 

Officers may seize within or without their districts 
— persons resisting or impeding them forfeit four 
hundred dollars. 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any offi- 
cer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or ves- 
sel* for the purpose of carrying into effect any^of the 
revenue laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty 
\o five hundred dollarst 



41 

Register Act.— Every owner of a vessel, residing 
•within the limits of the United States, to swear to the 
register within ninety days after its being granted, or 
it becomes void, and the vessel and cargo pays for- 
eign tonnage and duty. 



OFFICERS OF THE 

REVENUE DEPARTMENT. 

For the District of Massachusetts. 

Boston and Henry Dearborn, collector 
Charleston, Benjamin Jarvis, deputy-collector 

James Lev ell, naval officer 

Thomas Melviil, surveyor &. inspector 
Portland and Isaac Islcy, jun collector 

Falmouth, James C. Jewett, survey or $c inspector 
Salem and William rL Lee, collector 
Beverly, Samuel Ward, naval -officer 

Jonathan Smith, surveyor 
J\'ew -Bedford, Isaiah Weston, collector 
Gloucester, John Kitiredge, collector 

Zach, SteveLs, surveyor & inspector 
A ewbury/iort, Ralph Cross, collector 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval officer 
Marblehead, Joseph Wilson, collector 

Joshua Prentiss, surveyor & inspector 
Plymouth, Henry Warren, collector 
Bath, Joshua Wingate, jun. collector 

Machias, Lemuel Trescott, collector 
Wiscasset, Francis Cook, collector 
Aantucket, Daniel Coffin, collector 

District of Rhobe-Islanp ard Providence;. 

Acwfiort, William Ellery, collector 

Walter Nichols, naval officer 
Daniel Lyman, surveyor 

Providence, Thomas Ole, collector 
D £ 



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William Barton, surveyor 
Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer 
Pawcatuck, George Stillman, surveyor 

District of Connecticut, 

JSeW'Londoriy Jedidiah Huntington, collector 
Nathaniel Richards, surveyor 
Jonathan Trott \ 

Ebenezer Goddard / 
Samuel Whittemore /Inspectors 
Henry Jepson \ 

• Isaac V. H. Crannell s 

Nath'l Saltonstall") Weighers,measur- 
Ezra Chappell $ ers & guagers 

Mtddletown, Alexander Wolcott, collector 
Lamberton Cooper, surveyor 
Robert Warner ? T _ . 
Azariah Whittlesey J Inspectors. 

JKenu-Haven, Abraham Bishop, collector 
William Munson, surveyor 

Fairfield, Samuel Smedley, collector 

Hartford^ Solomon Porter, surveyor 

Saybrook, George Wolcott, surveyor 

Stonington, Elijah Palmer, surveyor 

District of New- York; 

JVew-Yorky David Gelston, collector 

Peter A Schenck. 

Samuel Osgood, naval officer 
Sag-Harbor, Henry P. Dering, collector 

District of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia) John Steel, collector 



District of Maryland. 
.Baltimore, James H. M'Culloch, collector 



POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

RATES OF POSTAGE, 
For letters carried by land, single, double & triple. 

Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents, 
over 40 90 10 

90 150 12£ 

150 300 17 

300 500 20 

500 ------ - - 25 

Double letters are doublet and triple letters triple 

of these rates. A packet of the weight of one ounce, 
the rate of four single letters, and in like proportion 
for one of a greater weight* 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the 
property of the Ueited States, 8 cents ; double let- 
ters, 16 cents, and triple letters, 24 cents. All let- 
ters or packets by private vessels, 6 cents each, with 
the addition of postage, if destined to any other place 
than where the vessel may arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master has delivered to the 
post-master all the letters brought in his vessel ex- 
cept those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage on Newspapers. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles one cent— 
and over 100 miles one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any post office in the state in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is on- 
ly one cent. - ^ 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet. 
Any distance not exceeding 50 miles. 1 cent. Over 
50, and not exceeding 100 miles, 1| cents. Any 
greater distance, % cents-. 



44 
LIST OF 

POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS, IN THE STATE OF 
CONNECTICUT ; ALSO OF THE PRINCIPAL CI- 
TIES AND TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



POST-OFFICES 

Ash ford 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Bran ford 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Burlington 

Canaan 

Canterbury 



State of Connecticut. 



POSTMASTERS, 

David Bolles 
George Hubbard j'r 
Joseph Brooks 
Jonathan Barker 
Jesse Sterling 
Robert B. Ruggles 
Adams White, j'r 
Wait Lowrey 
William Douglass 
Gad Buikeley 



Canton,or West-SimsburyJared Mills j'r 



Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Colchester 

Colebrook 

Cornwall Bridge 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

East-Haddam 

East-Hartford 

East-Windsor 

Enfield 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

(Jranby 



Jacob De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock 
Bani Denison 
Samuel A. Peters 
Selah Treat 
William Lewis 
Henry Christie 
Silas Hibbard 
Zalmon W r ildman 
S. J. Andrews 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Lemuel White 
Guy Gay lord 
W T illiam Dixon 
David Judson 
Samuel Richards 
Joseph Welles 
E vast us Lyman 
Hezekiah Goodrich 



Greenwich 
Guilford 

Haddam 

Khrt'ord 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Jewett's City 

Kent 

Killingly 

Kiliingwortfo 

Lt baron 

Litchfield 

L> me 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meridert 

Middletown 

do. Upper Houses 
Milford 
Mistick River 
New-Hartford 
New-Haven 
New -London 
Newtown 
Norfolk 
Northford 
Nbrthington 
North-Stonington. 
Nor walk 
Norwich 

Oxford Parish (E.Hart.) 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Pom fret 
Preston 
Reading 
Ridge field 
Ripton Parish 
River Head 



4$ 

I*aac Weed 
Medad Stone 
Simon Smith 
Jonathan Law 
William Woodruff 
Simon House / 

Augur Clark 
John Johnson 
Lewis St. John 
Aaron Arnold 
Samuel Crane * 
Samuel Bailey j% 
Moses Seymour j'l 
Marsh field Parsons 

finos H. BuelJ 
Isaac Lewis 
Thaddeus Nichols 
Samuel Rose 
Jirah Bull 
Zabdiel Rogers 
Theodore Cowles 
Jesse Atwater 
Richard Douglass 2d 
Caleb Baldwin j'r 
Joseph Jones 
Elnathan Tyler 
Preserved Marshal 
Daniel Parker 
William M. Betts 
Gardiner Carpenter 
Wei is Woodb ridge 
David Coi*de 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Lemuel Grosvenop 
Daniel Briggp 
William Cornstock 
Timothy Ke«let 
Charles De Forest 
Jeremiah Comstodk 



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Rocky Hit! 

Salisbury 

Saugatuck 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

South in gr on 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Sufljeld 

Thompson 

Tollana 

Trumbull 

Wallingfbrd 

Warehouse Point 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Watertown 

Wethersfield 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 



Portland 

Portsmouth 

Boston 
Salem 
New bury port 

Newport 
Providence 



Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt j'c 
George King j'r 
Noah A. Phelps 
R Lewis 
Benjamin Hebb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckermab 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
William Gay 
John Nichols 
Elijah Sn ith 
Eliakim Beach 
James Carrington 
Charles Reynolds 
Chauncey Camp 
William K. Lampson 
Benjamin De Forest 
James L. Belden 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Higley 
Charles r l aintor 
William Howard 
Daniel Huntington 
William Bowen 
District of Maine. 

James WingateJ'r 
Stale of Nm- Hampshire. 
Mark Simes 
Massachusetts. 

Aaron Hill 
John Dabney 
Caleb Cross 
Rhode- Inland. 

J. Richardson 
Benjamin Wegte 



4T 

Ken-York, 
ftTew-forfe Theodoru's Bailed' 

Albany George VWMaucitHF 

ffktv-Jersey* 
Trenton Charles Rice 

Pennsylvania. 
Philadelphia * Robert Patton 

Delaware. 
Wilmington J. Bringhurstj'f 

Maryland. 
Baltimore * Char es Burrall 

Annapolis * John Munroe 

Virginia. 
Norfolk William Newsm 

Richmond William Foushee 

Petersburg Joseph Jones 

North- Carolina 
Fayetteville Duncan M'Rea 

South-Carolina. 
Charleston Thomas VV. Bacot 

Georgia 
St. Mary's Archibald Clark 

Vermont. 
Windsor Thomas Leverett 

Ohio. 
Marietta Griffin Greene 



Receivers of Public Money for the sale of Lane 
belonging to the United Stales, 

. James Findley, at Cincinnati 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steubenviile 
Samuel Findley, at Chillicpthe 
Frederick Bates at Detroit 
Harry Toulniaii, at Fort Stoddcrt 
Benjamin Tupv.er, at Marietta 
Thomas Van Swearingen, at Zamvilllj 



Connecticut Register, 

FOR THE YEAR 1811—12. 

Executive and Legislative Deparimems. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

ROGER GR1SWOLD, ESQ, 
Gi vrrnour. 

THE HONOURABLE 

JOHN C. SMITH, ESQ* 
Lieuienant Gove » nor • 

ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Eiizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 



Hon, Stephen T. Kosmef- 

Henry Champion 

Calvin Goridard 

Judson Canfield 

Theodore Dwight 

Frederick Wolcott 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Day, esq. Secretary. 

Elisha Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts 

I ames HiLLHOUSE, esq. Commissioner of School 

Fund. 

Roger Newbury, ^ Overseers 

piiny Hillyer, > of 

Samuel Woodruff, esq' rs. j Aewgate* 



ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

FOR MAY AND OCTOBER SESSIONS, 1811. 



Sylvanus Backus, esq. Speaker 
NoahB. Benedict, & Charles Denison, esq's, Clerks*. 

HARTFORD, Nathaniel Terry, Klisha Mi* 
Benin, Amqs llosford, Aaron Hart 





Bristol, Enoa Ives 
Burlington, Bliss Hart 
Canton, James Humphrey 
East-Hartford, S. Griswold, Samuel Pitki* 
E. Windsor, Charles Jencks, Aaron Bissel 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, T. S. Bishop, Ozem Woodruff . 
Glastenbury, George Sellew, Amos Hoilister 
Granby, Joseph Cornish, Asa Havnes 
Hartland, Phineas Coe, Abiathar Kewton 
Mavlborough, Israel Foote 
Southingion, Roger Whittlesey, Ros. Moore 
Suffield. Oliver Granger, Martin Sheldon 
Simsbury, Jona. Pettibone,ji\ Jona. Enojr. 
Wethersfield, E. P. Belden, Levi Lusk 
Windsor, Daniel Taleott, John Griswold 
New-Haven, Chas. Denison, R.Sherman 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Nathan Harrison 
Cheshire, Charles Shelton, Silas Hitchcock 
Derby, Canfield Gillet 
East-Haven, Amos Bradley 
Guilford, Augustus Collins, Joseph Elliott 
Hamden, Amasa Bradley 
"Meriden, Patrick Clark 
Middlebury, Eli Bronson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Elias Clark 
North-HaveB, Jacob Bassett 
Oxford, David Tomlinson 
Southbury, Simeon Hinman 
Wallingford, Abel Sanford, Amos Dutton 
Waterbury, Daniel Steel, Andrew Adams 
Woodbridge, Hez. Baldwin, Elihu Saniord 
Wolcott, Isaac Bronson 
New-London, Geo Hallam, J B. Gurley 
Norwich, fyjoses Benjamin, Jab. Huntington 
Bozrah, Elias West 

Colchester, John R.Watrous,David Detning 
Franklin, Benjamin Hyde 
Groton, John Morgan^ Paul F. Nile* 
E 



50 

Lisbon, William Adams 
Lyme, Nathaniel Matson, Calvin Selden 
Montville, V\ illiam W. Haughton . 
North -Stoningt on, Nathaniel Pendleton 
Preston, Nath'l Kimbnll, Alex'r Stewart - 
Stoningtpn, Codd. Billings, Enoch Burrows 
Wuterford, George Williams 
Fairfield, David Burr, Jere. Sturges 
Banbury, DanielB- Cooke Nathan Cornwall 
Brcokfield; Riverius Hawley 
Greenwich, Elkanah Mead, Isaac How 
Huntington, Dav Hawley, Eben. Beardslee 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New-Fairfield, Samuel T- Burnham 
New town,. Gideon Botsford, Simeon Beers 
Norwalk, Jahes Gregory, Samuel Bcughton 
Reading, Samutl Waiting, Peter Sanford 
Ridgefield, Joshua King, Gamaliel Benedict 
Stamford, Thad. Bell, Isaac Lockwood, j'r. 
Stratford, J. IL TomHnson, D. Judson, j'r 
Sherman. Levi Hubbell 
Trumbull, Stephen Beardsley 
Weston, Stephen Wheeler, Joseph Bennett 
Wilton, Matthew Marvin. 
Windham, Jabez Clark, Hez. Riplev 
Ashfort^ Abel Simmons, Benj. Bosworth 
Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam' 
Caoterbun , Asahel Bacon, Asa Burgess 
Columbia, Samutl Little 
Hampton, Solomon Taiutor 
Knlingly. Hobart Torry, Eben. Young 
Lebanon 1 , Hobart M'Call, Jacob Loomis 
Matisfiefd, Skiff Freeman. Jesse Williams 
Plait hYld, Sessions Letter, Luther Smith 
Pomfret, Lemuel Irgais, Sylvar us Backus 
Ste* ling. Richard Burlmgham 
Thompson, Isunc Davis, Theodore Dwight 
Vo'mvown, William Gallup 
Woodcock, John Paine, Nath'l M'CkBM 



51 

Litchfirld, Aaron Smith, Moses Seymour 
Bai kh imstc -id, Rob. Wilcox, pid. Milisj'r. 
Bethlcm, Geovgfc P« K:issofi 
Canaan, Samuel Etobbins, Calvin Pe?tse 
Colebrook, Asiph Pihnev, John Whi ing 
Cornwall, John fc»dgwic£, JJerijamin Gould 
G'psherti BtVd^ey Norton, Adino H: ie 
Hurwintorj, Timothy Clark, Joel Bradley 
Kent. B irzillaj Slos-on 
New^Harifof4i AsaG Godwin, Rlias Kellogg 
New-Milf .rd, Berbe Hire, Jired Lane 
Norfolk, Ben aniin Welch, Joseph Battel 
. Y\\ mouth, Daniel Pouer 
Kqx&ury, John Trowbridge 
Salisbury, Luther Heflv, Lot Norton 
Sharon, Simeon El ckrnan, Oliver Kellogg 
Tomngtpa, Elisha Smith, Nor. Gviswold 
Warden, Be»j - min Carter 
Washii gtoii, Everts Moody, Noble Day 
VVatertown,-jSamue] VV. Soiuhmayd 
Winchester, Piiinehas Miner, Sim.Hoacley 
Woo'.bti v, Natn'l Lamsr.n, N. U Benedict 
Middljitown, Ch. Whittlesey, E. Hubbard 
Chatham, Hez. Goodrich, labez Comstock 
Durjiam, Bridesman Garmey Jas. Picket 
E Haddath, Eliph* Holmes, Syl, Chapman 
Haddam,Jona Huntington, R. R Chapman 
Kilingworth, Austin Olcott, David Kelsey 
S j brook, Samuel Hart, Samuel Williams 
Tolland, Calvin W T iliey,Ashbel Chapman 
Bolton, Ephraim Isham 
Coventry, David Hale, Elisha Edgerton 
Ellington, Wvllys Russell 
Hebron, John T« -Peters, Jona. Townsend 
Sofners, Vashni Hall, j'r. Joseph Abbett 
Stafford, Samuel Willvird, John Holmes 
Union, John Crawford, Thomas Lawsonj'r 
Vernon, Poinehas Talcott 
Wellington, Zeb. Crocker, Elisha Johasqft 



OCTOBER SESSION, I81J. 

Sylyanus Backus, Esq. Speaker. 

William T. Williams, and Charles Demson, &&*i& 

Clerks. 
Hartford, Nath'l Terry, John CaldwelL 
Berlin, Aaron Hart, Samuel Peek* 
Bristol, George Mitchell. 
Burlington, Bliss Hart. 
Canton, George Humphrey. 
East- Hartford, S. Griswold, Geo. Pitkin. 
East- Wind sor, Asahel Stiles, Ros. Grant, 
Enfield, Robert Morrison, Elam O Potter., 
Firmiugton, O. Woodruff, Ezekiel Cowles* 
Glastenbury, Amos Hollister, Gid, Hale, Jr* 
Granby, Appleton Robbins, Orrin Lee. 
Hartland, Phin. Coe, Abiathar Newton. 
Marlborough , Elisha Buelh 
Southington, Ros. Moore, Giles Lankton. 
Suflield, Oliver Granger, Martin Sheldon. 
Simsbury, J- Pettibone, Jr. Joel Griswold. 
Wethersfield, Timo. Stillman, Levi Lusk. 
Windsor, J. Griswold, Eben. F. Bi^se^i, Jr., 
Nrw«Haven, Chas. Denison,R. Sherman. 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Nathan Harrison. 
Cheshire, Chas. Shelton, Silas Hitchcock. 
Derby, Canfield Gillett. 
East-Haven, Amos Bradley. 
Guilford, Augustus Collins, Nath'l Griffin -, 
Hamden, .\masa Bradley. 
Meriden, Patrick Clark, 
Middlebury, Eli Branson. 
Milford, Betijamin Bull, Elias Clark* 
Horth-Haven* Jacob Bassett. 
Oxford, David Tomlinson. 
Southburv, Simeon Mitchell, Jr. 
Wallinsford, Abel 3anfo>d, Amos Button. 
Waterbury, Daniel Steele, Andrew Adams. 






Woodbridge, Hcz Baldwin, Elihu Sanford. 
Wolcott, Isaac H'-onson, 
New-London, Geo. Hallam, J. R. Gurley.. 
* Norwich, Dan'l L Coit, Jabez Huntington, 
Bozrah, Elias West. 

Colchester, J. R. Watrous, David Deming. 
Franklin, Joshua Hvde. 
Groton, Roswell Fish, Amos A. Niks. 
Lisbon, William Adams, 
Lyme, Joseph Noycs, Selden Warner. ' 
Momville, William W. H; ajghton. 
North -Stonirgton, David C osats- 
Preston, Avery Downer, Charles Fanning. 
Stonington, Jesse Dear, Amos Palmer. 
Waterford, George Williams. 
Fairfikld, David Burr, James Beaty. 
Banbury, Ephm. Ml White, Benj. Hoyt, Jr 
Krookfield, Riverius H wlcy, 
Greenwich, J b, Mead, Jr. Elisha Belcher. 
Huntington, A Leavenworth, Lem. Judson. 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John. 
New-F dvfiekl. Abe; Gregory. 
Newto-, John SantVrd, Timothy Shepard. 
N >rwalk, Jabez Gregory, Samuel Bouton, 
Redding, And. L. Hi.il, Samuel Whiting. 
Ridgefi Id. Josh. King, Gamaliel Benedict. 
Stamford, Henrv Hovt, Jr. John Weed, Jr. 
Stratford, D in'l Judson, Jr. Sam'l Wheeler, 
Sherman, Ezra Graves. 
TVu nbuil, J.mes Be rd-dee. 
Weston, W Sherwood, Gershom Bradler. 
Wilton, Mathe.' Marvin. 
V t indh am, J ib. Ci irk, Ab. Robinson, Jk, 
Ashfn ■ d- Divid Kev's; Andrew Huntington. 
Brooklyn, Roger W. Williams. 
Can*erburv\ As ihel B [cons, Asa Burgiss. 
Colu -hi i, Samael Lnt'e. 
Hamptonj Solonnn Taint r- 
Kdiingly, 3e 1. Sabin, Al.-'x aider Gastoa. 



5*4 

Lebanon, lames F. Mason, W. T. Williams 
Mansfield, Miner Grants Jona. Dunham. 
Plainfield, Wm. Hall. Elias Parkhurst. 
Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingalls* 
Sterling, David Gallup. 
Thompson, Geo- Learned, D. H. Phipps. 
Voluntown, Daniel Keg we in, 
Woodstock, Nath'l M'Clellan, John Paine. 
Litchfield, M. Seymour, Aaron Smith. 
Barkhamsted, Rob't Wilcox, Sam'l Munson 
Bethlem, Samuel Church, Jr. 
Canaan, Calvin Pease, Azariah Smith* 
Colebrook. Reuben Rockwell, S- Marshall, 
Cornwall, J. Sedgwick, Oliver Burnham. 
Goshen, Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, Jr. 
Harwington, Timothy Clark,Eiijah Gaylord 
Kent, Hopson Pratt. 

New-Hartford, Asa Good win, Plato King* 
NewMilford, Beebe Hine, Jared Lane. 
Norfolk, Benj. Welch, Elizur Munger. 
Plymouth, David Smith. 
Roxbury, Ebenezer Buritt. 
Salsbury, Luther Holly, Lot Norton. 
Sharon, Simeon Blackman,Sam'l E. Everitt 
Torrington, Elisha Smith, Wm. Battel!. 
Warren, Benjamin Carter. 
Washington, D. N. Brinsmade, J. Newton. 
Watertown, Samuel W. Southmayd. 
Winchester, E Alvord, Giles Russell. 
Woodbury, Nath'l Perry, Daniel Bacon. 
Middletown.C Whitlesey, E Hubbard, 
II -iddim, J. Huntington, R. R. Chapman. 
Chatham, Hez. Goodrich, Jab. Comstock. 
Durham,- W. G. Chauncey, Isaac Newton- 
EastHaddam, E. Holmes,'S. Chapman. 
KillmgwortV, Wm- Morgan, IDavid Keisc) . 
Say brook, Samuel Hart, John Stannard 
T olland, Calvin Willey, E*m Chaptmn. 
Bolton. Ephrahn-Isham, 



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Coventry S. G Huntington, D. Loomis. 

Ellington, Robert Hyde. 

Hebron, John T Peters, Daniel Read, Jr. 

Stafford* Samuel Willard, -. 

Somers, Vashni Haii, Joseph Abbott. 
Union, John Crawford, Ttoos. Lawson, h\ 
Vei'non, Phinehas Talcott 
VVillington, Zebulon docker, Elisha Johnson. 



^ < / , y , / , y , yy j 



- ryy*s~j*s"~s<j 



NOMINATION FOR ASSISTANTS. 
1311. 



Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
F.iizvir Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 7424 
Stephen T. Hosmer 7236 
Henry Champion 7236 
Calvin Goddard 7486 
Judson Canfield 6f 02 



votes. 
6711 
.6577 
6970 
7241 
7345 



votes. 
Theodore D wight 7304 
Frederick Wolcott 7257 
Roger M. Sherman 7239 
Shubael Griswold 6583 
Samuel W. Johnson 6579 
Noah B. Benedict 6538 
Asa Chapman 6421 

Jonathan Barnes 5936 
Daniel Putnam 5749 

William Perkins 5650 



NOMINATION FOR 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, 

1810. 



MAY, 

Lewis B. Sturges 
Lyman Law 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Epaphroditus Champipn 
Benjamin Tallmadge 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Nathan Smith 
Ebenezer Huntington 
Nathaniel Terry 



Timothy Pitkin j'r 
John Caldwell 
Samuel VV. Dana 
Sylvanns Backus 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Lriel Holmes 
Noah Webster j'r 
John Davenport )*r 
Asa Bacon j'r 



36 
JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT. 



JUDGES OF THE 8UFEKIOR COURT. 



Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, esq Chief Judge 

Hon, Tipping Reeve,e.sq. Hon Nuh'l Smith, esq 



Hon.Zeph. Swift, esq 
Hon. John Frumbull, esq 
Hon. Win. Edmund, esq 



Hon. J.'G. Br'ainard esq. 
Hon Si:n. Baldwin, esq. 
Hon. Jona. Ingersoiljesq. 



Assignment* for the Circuits. 

Chief Justice 'M'ltchellJ Judges Trumbull and In- 
gersolVfor the Eastern. 

Judges Swift, Smith and Edmond, for the Middle. 

Judges Reeve, Brainard and Baldwin, for the 
Western. 

COlfNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUNTY CvUtlT. 

Hon. Jonathan Brac, esq. Chief Judge. 

Pliny HtTlyer, esq, | foliti Mix, esq. 

Ehpha'ev Ferry, esq. | Sarn'l Wood ruff, j'r. esq. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer- and 

Cferk of the Superior Court. 



.TUSTJCKS OF 

Hartford 
Jonathan Bull 
Wi r :ii n Mose'ev 
Ch itincey (Goodrich 
Ephr-aim K<pt 



Adr 



Kins* 



Narhai-iel Ferry 
Enoch Perki-s 
lohn Caldwe*] 
Airasa Ke : es 



jsoury 



THE TEaCF. 

Thomas Chester 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Elisha Colt 
Henry Terry 
Ichabod L. Skinner 
William Brad-ey 
John Morgan 
Thomas S. Wiltiariis 
Fhomas D*y 
Waiter Mitchd 



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John M. 6annett 
Elisha Mix, esquires 

Berlin 
Gad Stanley 
Amos Hosford 
James North 
Elijah Hooker 
Daniel Dunbar 
David Webster 
Roger Norton 
Ezra Scovil, esquires 

Bristol 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hooker, esquires 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
Simeon Hart 
Bliss Hart, esquires 

Canton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphreys 
Solomon Everest 
River ins Bid well 
James Humphrey, esq'rs 

Rvjield 
John Taylor 
El im 0. Potter, esquires 

Rant -Hart fa rd 
Jonathan Wells 
Samuel jFlag$ 
George Griswold 
George Pnkm 
Shobiel Griswold 
Samuel Pitkin 
Timothv Hall 
John Olds, esquires 

RasU Windsor 
Caleb Booth 
HosweH Grant ' 



Charles Jenks 
John Stoughron Set 
Jonathan Bartlctt 
Timothy Ellsworth, esq's 

Farmington 
John Tread well 
Ichabod Norton 
Timothy Pitkin j'p 
Roger Hooker 
Ezekiel Cowles 
Samuel Cowles 
Thomas S. Day, esquireS 

Glasttnbury 
Philip Seilue 
Elisha Hale 
Zephaniah H. Smith 
Pardon Brown, esquire? 

Granby 
Ozias Pettibone 
Judah Holcomb 
Andrew Hillyer 
Hezekiah Holcomb 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt 
Caleb Merriman, esq'rs. 

Hart land 
John Treat 
Cephas Selden 
Israel Williams 
Philan. Humphrey's, e*q*s 

M '■■rrlbarfjugh 

Israel Foot 

Joel Foot, esquises 

Sou hm g 'on 
Ro>er Whittlesey 
R f . swell Moore 
Ich. L PHsbTe, esquires 

"ufjhld 
Thaddeua L.eavett 



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AsaKd Hathaway 
Joseph Austin 
John W. Har.chett 
William Gay, esquires 

Slmsbury 
Calvin Barber , 
Campbell Humphrey 
J hn Bester 
William Mather, esq'rs 

Wcthersfield 
Samuel W. Wilhams 
Joseph Rulkeley 
John Williams 

Enoch Perkins, 



Ezekiel P. Refden 
Hez- Belden, esquires 

Windsor 
Roger Newbury 
Oliver Mather 
Abiei Grisv^ol<l 
Isaac Owen j'r 
Edward Seidell 
ElihuMdls 
John Sergeant 
Luthc Fitch 
Ezra Ha) den, esquires 



esq. State Attorney \ 



PRACTISING 

Hartfrd 
Chaunce- Goodrich 
Wiliam Mnseley 
Nthaniel Terry 
Kphraim Ro.>t 
E och P rki- s 
T ! U'(d re O a h>ht 
David Bisjjell j'r 
Jonathan Vv. Edwards 
Thomas S. VV ■uiams 
Waiter Mitchell 
Joseph Th.i obull 
Thomas Huntington j'r 
Seth Terrv 
N i$3H J •j.hnsorv 
H i-Mry Terry 
Irlahod L. Skinner 
J nHlhan Law 
J hn M. G 'innett 
Sheldoh W. G . >dee 
Charles Mpseley 
Snubuel F. Gnswoid 



Al'lORNIE*. 

Samuel Root 
Noah A- Ptielps 
Thomas S. Seymour 
Thomas S. Sili, esquires 

Merlin 
Daniel Dunbar, esq. 

East- Hartford 
Pliny Wight, esq. 

/j,W- ti'indsor 
Samuel P. Waldo 
Guy Gay lord 
Charles geynotcJs 
Sherman Everest, esq'r 

KvfiHd 
Willianv ihxon 
Lorrain T Pease, esq\ s 

Farmiigion 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Samuel Cowies 
Lemuel Whitman 
Martin Wells, esquires 



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G las ten bury 
Zephaniah H. Smith 
George Plummer, esq'rs 

Gran by 
Thomas Holcomb 
Andrew D Hillyer 
Grove Griswold 
. James H. Smith 
Silas Higley, esquires 

Symxbury 
William Willistorv 
Sere no Petti bone 
Elisha Phelps, esquires 

Stephen Chester, e?q. 



Southing ton . . 
Roger , Whittlesey 
Sam'lH. Woodruff, esq's 

Suffuld 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
Seth Parsons 
Godi'y Scai borough,esq's 

. Wetherzfield 
John Williams 
Samuel Pettis, esquires 

Windsor 
J hn Sargeant 
Joseph H. Russell, esq'rs 
Wethersfielcl, Sheriff. 



De/iuty -Sheriffs— -Titus Lw BfsseH, Horace Wads- 
worth, John B. Ripley, Hertford. Nathan Merrow, 
East -Haitford* Daniel Abby, j'r. Enfieltf; Eze- 
kiel Cowles, Furmihgion. Joshua'R. Jewett, Gran* 
huk Jonathan Pomerov, j'rj Nuffield. Elihu Drake, 
Windsor, Ezikiel W, Mills, i>i?nsbury. 

Daniel Coming, Harcforcf 9 Jailor. 



dOUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN- 

COUNlY CoURT. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge. 

John Kingsbury, esq. I Nathaniel Griffiog* esq. 

Dyer White, esq. | Bennet Bronson, esq. 

Henry Dageett. esq Treasurer. 

John H. Lynde. esq. Clerk* 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Acnv-lTuven i Elisha Munson 



James HiUhouse 
Henry D g^ett 
Joseph Darling, 



Willidm Hilli ouse j'r 
Eneas Munson j'r 
Charles Deaison 



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John Barker 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
Gideon Kimberly, esq'rs 

Br ay i ford 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin Page 
James Barker 
Solomon Lin dsley 
Josiah T- Linsley, eso/rs 

Cheshire 
Barrage Beach 
David Badger 
Tho. T.Cornwall 
Asahel Chittenden.esq'rs 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomlinson 
Josiah Dudley 
Amasa Porter 
Philo Bassett 
Asahel Chittenden ,esq'rs 

East- Haven 
Josiah Bradley 
Enos Hemmingway 
Steph. Wood ward jesq'rs 

Mamden 
John Hubbard 
Eli Whitney 
Elam Ives, esquires 

Guilford 
Augustus Collins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand j'r 
Abraham Chittenden j'r 
'Samuel Robinson 



Samuel Fow?er, esquire* 

Milford 
Abraham V. H. De W T itt 
Elias Clark 
William Durand 
Benjamin Bull 
Elijah Bryan, 
Samuel B, Gunn, esquires 

Meriden 
Zenas Mitchell 
.Asaph Merriam 
Jarcd Benham, esquires 

Middltbury 
David Thompson 
Hat. Richardson, esquires 

Aorth- Haven 
Joshua Barnes 
Peter Eastman, esquires 

Oxford 
John Riggs 
David Tomlinson 
Abel Wheeler, esquires 

Southbury 
Justus Johnson 
Benjamin Stiles 
Shadrach Osborne 
Simeon Hmman 
Thus pierce 
Curtis Hinman, esquiresi 

Wallingford 
Oliver Stanley 
Samuel Hall j'r 
Ephraim Cook 
AarGn Hall 
George W. Stanley 
Joshua Atwater, esqpires. 

Water bury 
John Lewis 
Frederick Hctchkiss 



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Truman Porter, esquires 

Woodbridge 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
Elihu San tor d 



John Thomas 

David Thomas, esquirea 

Wolcoit 
Mark Harrison 
Isaac Brouson, esquires 



David Daggett, esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



hew- Haven 
William Hillhouse j'r 
David Daggett 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
John H. Lynde 
William Bristol 
Jesse Atwater 
Henry W. Edwards 
Charles Denison 
De Lau De Forest 
Jonathan E. Porter 
Eleazer Foster 
George Hoadley 
L. E. Wales 
Enos Bassett 
Sereno E. D wight 
Raiph Ingersoll, esquires 

Cheshire 



Derby 
Josiah Dudley 
Sheldon C. Curtis, esq'fs 

Guilford 
William Todd, esq. 

Meriden 
- — ** Andrus, esq, 

Mtlford 
Abraham V.H. De Witt 
David B. Ingersoll, esq's 

Oxford 
Isaac M. Wales, esq. 

Southbury 
Benjamin Stiles 
Simeon Ilmman 
Curtis Hinman, esquires 

Wallingford 
George W. Stanley, esq. 

ffaterbury 
Cyrus Clark, esq. 



Burrage Beach, esq. 

Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriff s.— Josiah B. Morse, George Mim- 
son,Aew- Haven. Whiting Stanley, Cheshire. Fran- 
cis French, Derby. Ebenezer Weed, Southbury. 
Medad Hotchkiss, Woodbridge. Abel G, Welton, 
Waterbury. Drake Andrews, Wallingford. 
Benjamin R. Fowler. New-Haven, Jailor. 



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COUNTY OF NEYf-LONBOISr. 

COUNTY COUXLT. 

Hon. Eli as Perkins, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold 1 Nathaniel Shipman 
Hon, Henry Champion | George Colfax, esquires 

Matthew Griswold, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq. Cleik, and Clerk of the Su* 

perior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

J\ew London 
Jonathan Starr 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
William Williams 
Jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
Edward Hallam, esquires 

Norwich 
Elisha Hyde 
Andrew Huntington 
Andrew Perkins 
Thomas Fanning 
James Lanman 
James Backus 
Erastus Huntington 
Jabez Huntington 
Simeon Thomas 
Luther Spalding 
Joseph Williams,esquires 

Bozrah 
Asa Wood worth 
Asa Fitch 
John Hnugh, esquires 

Colchester 
John Isham 
John R. Watrous 



THE PEACE. 

Joel Worth ington 
Roger Buikeley 
Asa Bigelow 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters 
Asa Newton 
Seth Lathrop, esquires 

Franklin 
Eli Hyde 
Silas Hartshcrne 
Eleazer Tracy, esquires 

Groton 
Amos Geer 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Christopher Morgan 
Ralph Huribut 
Isaac Gallup 
Ebenezer Morgan 
John O. Miner 
John Wood 
Daniel Eldredge,esquires 

Lisbon 
Levi Perkins 
Joshua Perkins 
Ehsha Morgan 
William Adams, esquires 

Lyme 
Andrew Griswold 
Seth Ely j'r 



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David F. Sill 
Moses Warren 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Ri.hard M'Curdy 
William Noyes 
Seth Smith 
Remick Wait 
Henry Perkins 
Nath'l Matson, esquires 

M on iv Me 
Daniel F. Raymond 
James Fitch 
Jared Com stock 
David Turner 
Jacob Loomis 
John Smith, 2d, esquires 

hqrth-$l^?jn* t 'ton 
Stephen Avery 2d 
Thomas Prentice 
Blias Hewit 
Nathan Pendleton 
K. Gheeseborough, esq'rs 



Preston 
Benjamin Coit 
Samuel Mott 
Jeremiah lialsey 
Isaac Avery 
Alexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon Giddings 
Jonah Witter 
Moses Lester 
John Tyler 
Stephea Meech 
Elijah Lester, esquires 

Stonington 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings 
Isaac Williams 2d 
Park Williams 
William Randall; esq'rs 

Hater ford 
Griswold Avery 
John S. Miller 
Daniel H. CaulkinS 



George Williams 
Wm. Moore 4th,esquires 
Calvin Goddard, esq. St ^te Attorney* 



PRACTISING 

Mew- London 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
W r iliiam F. Brainard 
Lodowick Fosdickj esq's 

A ornvich 
Calvin Goddard 
Elisha Hyde 



ATTORNIES. 

Luther Spalding 
William S. Hart 
James Lanman 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams 
Ulvsses Selden 
James Stedman 
George Perkins 
George D. Hill 
Charles F. Harrington 
Roswell Morgan 



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Jonathan Trumbull 
Henry Strong, esquires 

Colchester 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters, esq'rs 

Groton 
Abial L. Carroll, esq. 

Lyme 
Hichard M'Curdy 



Dayid M. Jewett, esq'rs 

North- Stonington 

Amos Wheeler, j 'r, esq. 

Preston 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

Stonington 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings 
George Hubbard, esq'rs 
Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich,- Sheriff. 
Deputy- Sheriffs — William Richards, Hezekiah 
Goddard, Aew-Lo?idon. Bela Peck, Shubael Breed, 
Norwich, Solomon Scovel Colchester. Watroos 
Beckwith, Lr/me. Paul Babcock, Stonington* 
Jailors.— John Jackson, New- London* 
Seth Miner, Norwich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

(e riATTTtfTV COURT, 

Vacant Chief Judge. 
Nathan Wheeler, esq. I \ndrew L. Hill, esq* 
Joseph Silliman, esq. | Daniel B. Cook, esq. 

Lewis B. Sturges^ esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior J 
Court. 



JUSTICES 

Fairfield 
Joseph Strong 
David AUyn 
Lewis B. Sturges. 
David Judah 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B Sherwood 
Gershom Burr 
Bbenezer Banks 
Talcott Banks 
Israel Bibb'ms 



OF THE PEACE. 

Roger M. Sherman 

David Hubbell 

Hull Bradley, esquires 

Danbury 
Joseph P. Cook 
Thomas Taylor 
Benjamin Hicock 
Thomas Taylor j'r 
Comfort Hovt j'r 
Danie! N. Carrington. 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 



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Andrew Beers 
Moses Hatch 
David Foot, esquires 

Brookficld 
Eli Perry 
R'verius Hawley 
Colby Chamberlain 
John 'Northrop 
Daniel Tomlinson, esq'rs 

Greenwich 
Ebenezer Mead 
Gilbert Close 
Jabez Mead 
William Knap 
Elisha Belcher 
David Wood, j'r esquires 

Huntington 
Diodate Silliman 
Ab 1 French 
Ebenezer Beardsley 
John Curtis 
Lemuel Judson 
Eihsha T. Mills, esquires 

Norwalk 
Eliphalet Lockwood 
Taylor Sherraaa 
Wm. M Belts 
Hez kiah Jarvis 
Henrv Belden 
Lewis Raymond 
Jonathan Knight,esqutres 

A ew- Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
EliphaletSt. John, esq'rs 

A ew- Fairfield 
Joseph Bears j'r 
David Lane, esquires 



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A enutown 
Samuel C. Blackmaa 
Asa Chapman 
Z ichenah Ferris 
Timo.hy Shepard, esq'rs 

Redding 
Wm. Heron 
James Rogers 
Peter Sanford 
Lemuel Sanford 
Samuel Whiting, esquires 

Ridge field 
Nathan Smith 
Samuel Stebbins 
Timothy Keeler 
Job Smith 
Thomas St John 
Jesse S. Bradley, esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport j'r 
Reuben Scofield 
Samuel Webb 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Nathan Weed 
Joseph Wood 
Frederick Scefleld, esq'rs 

Stratford 
Abijah M'Ewing 
Joseph Backus 
Josiah Lacy 
J. H. Tomlinson j'r 
Ehph UiF>ot j'r 
Victory Wetmore, esq'rs 

Shernum 
\ Stephen Barnes 
David Barlow 
Levi M.:bbeU 



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G. B Giddins, esquires 

Trumbull 
Lewis Burton 
Stephen Middlebrook 
Judson Curtis 
David Seelye, esquires 

Weston 
Jeremiah Rowland 



Squire Adams 

Isnac Bennet, esquires 

Will on 
Matthew Marvin 
Thaddeus Mead 
Zadoek Raymond, esq'rt 



Samuel B. Sherwood, esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNTES. 



Fairjield 
David Burr 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gideon Tomlinson 
Daniel \V ikeman 
Roger M. Sherman 
Eliphalet Switt, esquires 

Danbury 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Moses Hatch 
Alanson Hamlin, esquires 

Brookfield 
— -Birch, e-q. 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq* 

Huntington 
•~— Perry, esq. 



J\ewtown 
Samuel C Blackmail 
Asa Chapman 
Timothy Shepard, esq'rs 

horwalk 
Taylor Sherman 
Clark Bissell, esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport j'r 
Simeon H. Miner 
Frederick Scofield 
Joseph Wood, esquires 

Stratford 

Robert Fairchild 
Joseph Backus 
Charles ME wing 
Wm. Benedict 
David Gibbs, esquires 

Trumbull 
Hawley Wheeler, esq* 



Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Sheriff'. 
D f e 'fiuty -Sheriff ! .9— John G. Allen, Fairfield. Sam- 
uel Wild nan, j'r, Danbury, Herman Warneiv'Vew- 
town. David Bolt, Aorwalk. Aaron Morehouse, 
Redding* Joseph Gray, Stamford. John Thomp- 



6/ 

son, Stratjord* Agur Lewis, Huntington* Ezra 
Gregory, Bridifefiort* 

Jailors •—Joseph Allyn, Fairfield. 

Samuel WiidmanJ'r Danbury, 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COUNTY CoiJRT. 

Hon Thomas Gro^venor, Chief Judge. 
Hezekiah Ripley, esq. I George Lamed, esq. 
Lemuel In gals, e^q. j James Gordon, j'r, esq, 

Hezekiah Ripley, esq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Gray, e^q. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Windham 
Ebenezer Devotion 
Samuel Gr?y 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
David Young 
Philip Havward 
Zebediah Tracy, esq'rs 

Axhford 
Abel Simmons 
Josial) Bvles 
William w ilker 
Wm. P-rkins 
Benj. Bos *orth, esquires 

Brooklyn 
Joseph ScarboVough 
John Parish 
Rogjer W. Williams 
Daniel Putnam, esquires 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine 
Asa Bacon 



THE PFA^E. 

Isaac Backus 

Ru-us Adams 

Asa Butts 

Andrew T. Judson, esq*sr 

C lumbia 
James Pinneo 
Asahel Clark j'r 
Isaac Ticknor, esquires 

Iknnjiton 
Fbenezer Moseley 
Phi ip Pearl 
James Burnett 
Solomon Taintor, esq'rs 

Killhigly 
Sampson H we 
James Damelson 
Ez» a Hut chins 
Joseph Adams 
Joel D y 
Hobert 'Torry 
Anthony Brown, esquins 

Lebaiion 
Peleg Thomas 



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Thaddeus Clark 
VVm. T. Williams 
Eliphalet Mctcaif 
Charles Lathr^p 
Peleg Thomas j'r 
Asahel Dewev, esquires 

Mannfidd 
Constant South worth 
Frederick Freeman 
John Salter 
BarziJlai Swift 
Miner Grant 
Royal Storrs, esquires 

Plainficld 
Anthony Bradford 
Joseph Eaton 
John Douglass 
John Lester, esquires 

Homfret 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Ebenezer Kingsbury 
Svlvanus Backus 
John Holbrook 

Jabez Clark, esq 



John H. Payson, esquires 

Sterling 
John Wyiie 
Tnomas Backus 
Dyer Ames, esquires 

Thomfibon 
Thaddeus Larned 
Noadiah Russell 
John Jacobs 
David H. Phipps 
Simon Davis, esquires 

VoLuntown 
Allyn Campbell 
James Alexander 
Joseph Wylie, esquires 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebenezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse 
Ebenezer Stoddard,esq-s 

State Attorney* 



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PRACTISING ATTORNIFS. 



Windham 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
Philip Haywood 
John B dd win 
D ivid Young 
John Fitch, esquires 

As/iford 
WflHam Perkins 
David Bolles* esquires 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 



Daniel Kies, esqaires 

Canterbury 
Rums Adams 
Andrew F. Judson, esq's 

Columbia 
Asahel Clark j'r, esq. 

KUlingly 
Ebenezer Young, esq. 

Lebanon 
Wm. T. Williams, esq. 

Flainfield 
Joseph Eaton, etq» 



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Woodstock 
John M'Cltllan 
Ebenezor Stoddard, esq's 



Pomfret 
Sylvanus Backus 
John Holbrook, esquires 

7 homfi&on 
Simon Davis, j'r, esq. 

Henry Webbi esq. Sheriff. 
Defiuty-Sherifrs— John Perkins, Ashford. Wal- 
ter Hough, Canterbury, John Gallup, Brooklyn*—* 
Elisha Gleason, Pom fret, Hubbard Dutton, Leba- 
non. Elkenah C. Eaton, Plain/ield. Ransellaer 
Childs, Woodstock, 

Charles Abbe, Windham, Jailor. 

COUNTY. OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Aaron Austin, esq. Chief Judge. 
David Smith, esq. I Judson Canfidd, esq. 

D N. Brinsmade, esq. | Birdsey Norton, esq, 

Julius Demint*, esq. Treasurer. 
Hon. Frederick Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of 
Superior Court. 



justices OF 

LitcJifield 
James Morris 
Uriel Holmes 
Julius Denning 
Seth Landon 
Roirer Marsh 
Nathan Bassrtt 
R. N. Whittlesey 
Benjamin Tallmadge 
Aaron Smith 
Jam s Gould 
Peter Sherman 
Roger Marsh 
Asa Bacon, j'r, esquires 



THE PEACE. 

Barkhemfistead 
Israel Jones 
Samuel Hay den 
Pelatiah Allen 
Gideon Mills, j'r, esq'rs 

Beihlem 
David Bellamy 
Ebenezer Perkins 
Billy Ambler 
George D. Kassen, esq'rs 

Canaan 
John Elmore 
John Hurlbut 
Silas Franklin 
Azariah Smith, esquires 



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Ccrlebrook 
Elijah Rockwell 
Samuel Mills 
Reuben Rockwell, esq'rs 

Cornwall 
Judah Kellogg 
John Pierce 
John Sedgwick 
Oliver Bur nham 
Benjamin Gold 
John Calhoun, esquires 

Goshen 
Adino Hale, esq, 

Harwinton 
James Brace 
Lewis Catlin 
Benjamin Griswold, esq's 

Kent 
Bafzinui Siussufi 
Julius Caswell 
Matthew Elliott 
John Raymond, esquires 

J\env- Hartford 
Abraham Kellogg 
Roger Mills* 
Chauncey Seymour, esq's 

A ew- Mi I ford 
Reuben Warner 
Eiisha Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
David S. Boardman 
Nathaniel Taylor 
Abel Merwin 
Ebenezer Smith, esquires 

JK'orfolk 
Eleazer Holt 
Augustus Pettibone 
Benj imin Welch 
Joseph Battel, esquires 



Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Lake Potter, esquires 

Box bury 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Elihu Canfield, esquires 

Sharon 
David Downes 
Isaac Pardee 
Augustus Taylor 
Daniel St. John 
Simeon Blackman 
Calvin Gay 
Sam'i E. Everett, esq'rs 

Salisbury 
Joshua Porter 
Adonijah Strong 
Samuel uec 
Elisha Sterling 
Lot Norton j'r, esquires 

Torrtngton 
Elisha Smith 
Norman Griswold 
William Battle 
Lyman Wet'more, esq'rs 

Washington 
David Whittlesey 
W T illiam Cogswell 
Elijah Hazen, esquires 

Winchester 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Samuel Murlbut 
Solomon Rockwell 
Phineas Minor 
James Boyd, esquires 

Warren 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallmadge 



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Ebenezer Tanner, esq'rs 

Wat mown 
Elijah Woodward 
S. W. South may d 
John H. De Forest 
Charles Merriman, esq's 



Woodbury 
Noah R. Benedict 
John Strong j'r 
Reuben Mitchell 
Nat. Minor j'r, esquires 



Uriel Holmes, esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 



Litchfield 
John Allen 
Isaac Baldwin 
Uriel Holmes 
James Gould 
Aaron Smich 
Seth P. Beers 
Asa Bacon j'r 
Joseph L. Smith 
Elijah Adams 
JabezW.Huntingtonjesq's 

Canaan 
John Elmore 
Thomas Wilcox, 
Wm. M. Burrall 
Thaddeus Munson 
James LiHie, esquires 

Cornwall 
Martin B. Thomas, esq. 

Goshen 
Birdsey Norton 
- — North, esquires 

Kent 
BarzillaiSlqsson, esq. 

JKorfolk 
Augustus Pettibone 
Michael F.Mills.esquires 

Aew-Milford 
Pavid S. Boardman 



Joseph A. Bos t wick 

Perry Smith 

Philo Hicock, esquires 

• New- Hartford 
Roger Mills 
Wm. J. Williams, esq'rs 

Plymouth 
Calvin Butler, esq. 

Roxbury 
Royal R Hinman,esq. 

Sharon 
Cyrus Swan 
Ansel Sterling 
Amasa Parker, esquires 

Salisbury 
Elisha Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Samuel Church 
Ezra Jewel, esquires 

Washington 
William Coggs well, esq. 

Winchester 
hineas Mil er 
N. Wetmore 
Joseph Miller, esquires 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
Matthew W. Minor j'r 
John Strong j'r 



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Charles B. Phelps I Watertown 

Solomon M. Palmer ,csq's | Sam'l W, Scuthmayd,esq. 
John R. Landon, esq* Sheriff* 
De fxuty -Sheriffs. — Roger Cook, Litchfield, Sam- 
uel Comstock, Aew-Mtiford. Nathaniel Robbins, 
J\orfolk. Oliver Chase,' Hew- Hartford* Timothy 
Chittenden, 8aUs&uvy t PhiloUe Forest, Woodbury. 
3* Calhoun, Cornwall Linus Fenn, Plymouth* Da- 
vid Bird, Bethlem. John N Gunn, Washington. 
Roger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Chief Judge, 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq j Seth Overton, esq. 
William Morgan, esq. | Lemuel Storrs, esq. 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk, of Superior Court. 



A JUSTICES 

Middle town 
Samuel W. Dana 
Chauncey Whittlesey 
Matthew T Russell 
Nehemiah Hubbard j'r 
Ebenezer Sage 
William Pi urn be 
Isaac Grid'ey 
John Pratt 

Ebenezer Roberts, 2d 
Benjamin Williams 
Eiijah Hubbard 
Alexander Collins 
Samuel Eells 
Richard Alsop 
Eli Coe, esquires 

Chatham 
Daniel Shepard 



OF THE PEACE. 

John Parmele 

Divid Clark 

William Dixon 

Asahel H. Strong 

Cyrus Bill 

Nathaniel Cornwelljesq's 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 
Guernsey Bates, esquires 

East-lladdam 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Timothy Gates 2d 
Ebenezer H< -lines 
Josiaq Gri 
Israel Cone 



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John Brainard 
William Cone 
Sylvester Chapman 
Isaac Chapman, esquires 

Haddam 
Ezra Brainard 
Smith Clark 
Oliver Wells 
Stephen Tibbils 
Jona. Huntington, esq'rs 

Killingivorth 
Abraham Pierson 
Job Wright 
Martin Lord 
George Elliot 
Dan Lane 
Nathan Hull, j'r, esquires 

Sew brook 
William Hart 



Timothy Starkey 
Jonathan Lay 
Samuel Hart 
John Bull 
Samuel Williams 
Samuel Tulley 
John Stannard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Platts 
Thomas Silliman 
Clark Nott 
Joseph Hill 
George W. Jewett 
Richard Ely, esqnires 

Durham 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 
Guernsey Bates, esquires 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. State Attorney* 



PRACTISING AiXORNIES. 



Middhtuwn 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Samuel W Dana 
Matthew T* Russell 
Enoch Huntington 
Alexander Collins 
Elijah Hubbard 
Chauncev Whittlesey j 'r 
Levi H. Clark 
W.Van Deursen,j'r, esq's 
Chatham 



East* Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moseiey 
Jared Spencer 
Epaphro. Champion, j'r 
Nathan L Foster, esq'rs 

Haddam 
Linus Parmele, j'r esq. 

Killingnvorth 
Amaziuh Bray, esquire 

Say brook 
George W. Jewett 
Ely Warner, esquires 



Asahel H. Strong 
Oliver Overton, esquires 

Enoch Parsons, esq. Sheriff. 

Deputy -Sheriffs — Asahel Loomis, Msddletown. 

Pamel Smith, Haddam. Chevers Brainard, Ebene- 



N 

zer Holmes, East-Haddam. Heman Starkey, Say* 
brook. Ralph Smith, Chatham. Calvin B. Fish, 
Lyme* 

Daniel Smith, Haddam, Jailor* 
No Jail at Middle-town* 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNlY COURT. 

Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, esq Chief Judge. 
Samuel Dun ton. esq. | David Hale, esq. 
Oliver King, esq. | Jonathan Barns, esq. 

Ephraim Grant, esq. Treasurer and Clerkj and 
Clerk ol the Superior Court, 



JUSTICES OF 

Tolland 
Jabez Kingsbury 
Elisha Stearns 
Daniel Kellog 
John Bliss 
Ezra Hay den, esquires 

Bolton 
Samuel Carver 
Ichafrod Warner 
Saul Alvord, ft 
Ephraim Isham 
Daniel Lord, esquires 

Coventry 
Jesse Root 
Eleazer Pomeroy 
Daniel Burnap 
Nathan Howard 
Elisha Edgarton 
Joseph Talcott, esquires 

Hebron 
Samuel Gilbert 
Elihu Marvin 
Elijah House 



THE PEACE. 

Joel Jones 

John H. Buell 

John H. IVells, esquires 

Ellington 
John H- Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
Robert H\ de 
John Hali, esqwires 

Somers 
Benjamin Phelps 
Giles Pease 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solomon L. Fuller, esq' rs 

Stafford 
Eleazer W* Phelps 
Eliab Alden 
Ebenezer Gay 
Samuel Willard, esquires 

Vernon 
Phineas Talcott 
Eben. Kel'o^g, j'r, esq'rs 

Union 
Samuel Crawford 



75 

Abfjah Sessions I Willingtcn 

William Foster, esquires Elisha Johr.son 

J Zebulon Crocker, esq'rs 
■ i , esq. Sitae Attorney* 



PRACTISING ATTORNIEB. 



Tolland 
fclisha Stearns 
Calvin Willey, esquires 

Bolton 
Saul Alvord, esq. 
Coventry 
Jeremiah Parish, esq. 

Ellington 
Asa W T ilIey. esq. 
Hebron 
John T. Peters 



Stuart B» ebee, esquires 

Somers 
Walter R. Kbbee, esq. 

t afford 
Eleazer W. Phelps 
Bennine: Mann 
Elisha Wales 
Ralph R. Phelps, esq'rs 

Wellington 
Wood worth, esq* 



George O Gilbert, Tolland, Sheriff, 
Defiuty-Sheriffs.—\V\\\\am Williams, Tolland.— 
Aholiab Johnson, Stafford. Dudley B. Post, Hebron, 
Cobb, Tolland, Jailor. 

COURTS OF PROBATE. 



"Districts. 

Hartford, 

J\ ew- Ha"ven % 

J\ eiv- London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

JJlchfidd, 

Mid ale? own, 

Plainjield* 

Guilford, 

Norfolk, 

Woodbury, 

Stawjord) 



Judges. 

Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 
Samuel Rowland 
Hezekiah Ripley 
Fred'k Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
James Gordon 
Henry Hill 
Augustus Pettibone 
Noah R. Benedict 
E. Davenport ; juu. 



Clerks. 
James Wells 
JohnH. Lynde 
Eben'r Learned 
Gershom Burr 
Samuel Gray 
J. W. Huntingtoa 
John Fisk 
John Douglass 



M. Minor 
A. Davenport 



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Danbt&ry, J. P. Cook J. P. Cook, jutt* 

Jiast-Haddam) Isaac Spencer, 2d. Jared Spencer 
Norwich^ Andrew Huntington J. Huntington 

Pomfrety T» Grosvenor L. Gresvenor 

Sharon, Elisha Sterling John M. Holly 

Stafford^ Jonathan Barnes R. R. Phelps 

Simsbury) George Humphreys William Stone 
StoningtoH) Coddington Billings Alex'r G. Smith 
Farmingtori) John Mix Martin Bull 

WalUngford) G W. Stanley Joshua Atwater 

Say brook, Jonathan Lay 

Stratford) Samuel W. Johnson Cha. Mc ; Ewen 

Mast- Windsor >, Eliphalet Terry Elam O- Potter 
Water bury) J. Kingsbury Edward Porter 

Aorwalk, T. Sherman Wm.M.Betts 

New-VIilford) D* S. Boardman J. A. Bostwick 
Hebron) Sylvester Gilbert Stewart Betbe 

Granby r Pliny Hillyer 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford) 

New-Haven) 

Derby y 

Milford) 

New-London, 

Norwich, 

Colchester, 
Stoningtoii) 
JLrime^ 

PttS 077, 

Fairfi,hi, 
Windham^ 

Mood' fork) 

JLi'chJidJ) 

Sharcn^ 



Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dwight 
CElizur Goodrich Dyer White 
C John H. Lynde 
John Humphrey 8, jun* 
David B. Ingersoll 
L, Law, E. Learned, W.F.Brainard 
C James Lanman, William S. Hart, 
i James Stcdmau 
Daniel Watrous 
Codrlington Billings 
William Noyes, jun. 
Samuel Mott 
Lewis B. SHirges 
Samuel Perkins 
Jtdidiah Morse 
Frederick Wolcott 
John C Smith 



77 

IajjMa^m f Stephen T. Hosmer, Mat. T. Rus- 

Middletonvn, } sell, Levi H. Clarke 

Nuffield, Hezekiah Huntington 

Aorwalkj Efiphalet Loekwood 

Salisbury, Elisha Sterling 

Bridgeport^ Joseph Backus 

Stratford, Robert Walker 

Danhury s Amos Cook 

Brooklyn, John Parish 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS 

FOB 1811. 



Towns 

Ashford 

Barkhempstead 

Berlin 

Bethlem 

Bolton 

Bozrah 

Branford 

Bristol , 

BrockfieM 

Burlington 

Brooklyn 

Canterbury 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Coiebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 



Clerks Collectors 

Josias Byles John Frink 

Israel Jones Amos Beechcr 

Roger Riley Lemuel Peck 

Sam'i Church' j'r David Bird 

Elijah White Ich. M. Warner 

John Hough Gard. Avery jV 

Orchard Gould Abel Hoadley 



Bryan Hooker 
C. Chamberlain 
Simeon 'Hart 



Tracy Peck 
Newton Piatt 
Nor. Humphrey 



Sam. Scarborough Charles Dabney 
Erastus Learned Samuel L. Hough 
Wm. Douglass James Fenn 
James Humphrey AbielBrown 
Zeb. Penfield Samuel Willcox 
Rufus Hitchcock Silas Hitchcock 
Elijah Rockwell Launcelot Phelps 
Dcuiie! Watrous John C. Bnlkeley 
Asahel Clark j'r Samuel Little 
Jud ah Kellogg Elias Hart 
Nathan Howard Nathan H. Rose 
Joseph M. White Elijah Sanford 
Josiah Dudlev Andrew Johnson 



Towfts 

Durham 

East-Haven 

East- Hartford 

East-Maddam 

Eist-Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

F.irmington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Gtestenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Haddam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killing worth 

Killing]/ 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Mi'f^rd 

Middletown 

IVIidilebury 

Montville 

New-Canaan 



Clerks Collectors 

W G.Chauncey Lemuel Camp 

Belt Favnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
Timothy Gates 
Aaron Bisseli 
Robert Hyde 
Eliph't Terry 
John Mix 



Levi Pwtter 
Elihu G a as ted 
Newel Cone 
Select-Men 
Wydys Russell 
Lot Killam 
Timothy H. Root 



Samuel Rowland John Hull 

Eli Hartshorne Samuel Hyde j'r 



John Hale 
Adino Hale 
Judah Hoicomb 
Jabez Fitch 
Amos A. Niles 
Samuel Fowler 



Roger Ri-ley 
Samuel Chapin 
Isaac Phe'ps j*r 
Ira Lockwood 
Stephen Haley 
Augur Wildman 



Russ-11 Pierpont Al en D'ckman 
Smith Clark James Brainard 
EbenV Moseley James U>!ey 
"Thomas Chester Josiah Beckwith 
Elijah Gay lord Eph'm H. More 
John S. Peters Sam'l Wright jV - 
Samuel Wheeler Eli L. Hawley 
D M. Comstock John Mills 
Ab'm Piersdn Jeremiah Hull 
Luther Warren Calvm Warren 
ElishaHutchinsonlsaac West 
Jed. Burnham Roswell Adams 
Moses Seymour James Stone 
David F. Sill Geo. Gri wold j'r 
EdmondFreemanJohn Gilbert j'r 
David B. Ripley Joel Washborii 
Isaac Lewis Levi Yale 

A V.H De Witt Samuel Down 
John Fisk Svlvester Willcox 

Leman Townsend Daniel Tyler j'r 
AzelRagers George \llen 

Samuel St. John Phineas Smith 



Town* 
New -Fairfield 
New-Haver. 
New-Hartford 
New -London 
Nev - Vlilford 
Newtown 
North-Haven 
Norwich 
Norwalk 
Norfolk 
North -StoningtonStephen Avery 



70 

\ Clfrks 
Abel Gregory 
Elisha Munson. 
Asa Goodwin 
David Coit 
Elisha Host wick 
Call b Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Philip Hffott&gtai 
Jacob Osborn 
Joseph Jones 



Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

Redding 

Ride;e field 

Roxbury 

Saybroofc 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Somers 

Southbury 

South ington 

Sherman 

Stamford 

Stafford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffi Id 

S msbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torrington 

Trumbull 

Union 



Abel Whee'er 
Squire Cady 
Joseph A. Wright 
T. M.Grosvenor 
Dan'l Morgan j'r 
John R. Sanford 
Samuel Stebbins 
Elihu Can ft ud 
Clark Nott 
Asa Hutchinson 
Samuel Canfield 
Jabez Collins 
John Moseley 
Lucas Curtiss 
David Northrop 
Sam'i H yt j'r 
Samuel Blodget 
Asa Montgomery 
J sse Dean 
Aaron Benjamin 
Oliver Pease 
Benjamin Ely 
Nath'l Mills 
Samuel Lad J 
Elisha Smith 
Eliakin Beach 
Hubert Lawson 



CoHerterf 
Sam 'I T. Burnara 
John >kinner 
John Brown 
Nat h'l Hempstead 
PhjloN.be 
Jos. B. Wheeler 
John Abbott 
F/oenY Hyde j'r 
Samuel Hour on 
Ezekiel Wilcox 
hands C<>le 
Lemuel Beardslee 
William Ha?l 
A a eon Fenn j'r 
Winthrop Osgood 
John Morgan j'r 
Benjamin Meeker 
Lewis Olmsted 
Joseph Faiichild 
Beauoiont Clark 
Alexander Lamb 
David Gay 
Hiram Pomeroy 
Richard Smith 
Lucas Cu tiss 
William Giddings 
Henrv Hoyt j'r 
Samuel Strong 
Rich, Burlingafue 
Z.Cheeseb>- oirgh 
John Thompson 
Amos Sikes 
O iver C Phelps 
James Bates 
Hezekiah Nye 
R. C. Xb^nathy 
Abijah Uifoot 
Laban tfatesj'r 



Towns Clerks Collectors 

Vernon Oliver King Elijah Skinner j*r 

Voluntown James Alexander Samuel Robbins 

Wallingford Hunn Munson David I. Tuttle 

Warren George Starr" Piatt Starr 

Washington D. N. BrinsmadeJohn N. Gunn 

Waterbury Ashley Scott Z^nas Cook 

W f aterford Nathan Stuart William Stuart 

Watertown Aner Bradley Anson Tuttle 

Weston Nathan Wheeler Nathan Bennett 

Wethersfield S. W- Williams Samuel Galpin 

Willington Elijah Holt Daniel Glazier 

Wilton Samuel Belden Sam Comstock2d 

Windham John Stan ifordj'r Joshua Smith 

Windsor Elisha N. Sill Jacob Loonais j'r 

Winchester Eliphaz Alvord Roger Coe 

Woodstock Jonathan Morse Nath'l M'Clellaa 

Woodbridge Justus Thomas Demas Sperry 

Woodbury Nathan Preston Philo De Forest 

Wolcott Isaac Bronson Archibald Miner 



INCORPOPvATED CITIES. 



, NEW-HAVEN 
Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Major. 
Aldermen* 
Henry Dagger, I Simeon Baldwin, 

Joseph Darling, | Charles Denison esq'r* 

Elisha Munson, esq. City Clerk. 

Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer 

Dyer White, Clerk of City Court 

Seth P. Staples, esq. Citv Attorney 

Common- Council Men- 

James Hillhouse, Hezekiah Hotchkiss, Thaddeu* 

Beecher, James Merriman, Ebenezer Peck, Daniel 

Heed Eleazer Foster, Heary Dagget, jun. John II. 

Jacocks, Seth P. Staples. 

(Annual Meeting- first Tuesday in June.) 



81 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Elias Perkins, I Jared Starr, 

George Colfax, I Samuel Green, esq'rs. 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 
William F. Hramard, esq. Clsrk of City Court 
David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 
William Richards. Asa Dvttcn, Sheriffs. 
Common- Council Men 
ThndcVus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, 
Frederick Miner, Edward Hallam, Daniel Chap- 
man. , 

{Annual Meetings second Monday in June.) 
— *«*. <^ *■» — 

HERTFORD. 

Thomas Seymour, Esq Mayor. 
Jonathan Brace, J John Caldwell 

Theodore D wight, I John Morgan, esq'rs. 

William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Andrew King-bury, esq. Treasurer. 
Horace Wadsw<>rth. jabez Ripley. Sheriffs. 
Co mm on -Council Men* 
Cfcatrocey Goodrich, Eohraiai I$oot, Enoch Per- 
kins, Isaac Bull, Edward Dmtorth, Richard Good- 
man, James Hosnm r, Jacob Sargeant, Russ.el Bunce* 
James Ward, John Leffing veil. Peter Thatcher. 
{Annual Meetings last Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Hon. As her Miller, esq. Mayor. 

Aider men. 

Chaun. Whittlesey, I Neb. Hubbard. jV. e c q* 

Leu f uel Storrsj | -William Plumb", esquire* 

John Fl'sk* esq City Clerk, aud Clerk of City Court. 

Levi H. Clarke, esq City Attorney. 

Asahel Loomis, Harvey Tread way, Shcrifis* 



m 

Common Council Men. 

Ebene'zer Sage, Jehosaphat Starr, Alexander Col- 
lins, John R, Watkinsor., Eleazer Dunham. Vine 
Starr Joseph Boardman, Etthu Cotton, j»in. V'hj th 
Hubbard, Thomas Hubbard, Thomas Matner, Wm. 
C.Hall. 

(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in January .J 

NORWICH. 
Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Thomas Fanning, J firastus Huntington, 

Simeon Thomas, | Joseph William's, esq'rs 

James Stedmam esq. Clerk of City, and City Court. 
John Hyde, esq. Treasurer. 
William Gordon, f. benezer Hyde, Sheriffs. 
Comm on- Council Mm. 
Nathaniel Shipman, Gerard F. Carpenter, Na- 
thaniel Townsend, Joseph W. Tracy, Jonathan G. 
W. Trumbull, Judah Hart. 

(Annual Meeting.. 3d Monday in Afiril.) 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Vacant, Warden. 

Purgesses. 

Joseph Smith, Elijah Palmer, Zebulon Staunton, 

Thomas Swan, David C* Smith, Win. Lord, Thomas 

Ash, Jonathan Pendleton. 

Oliver York, Treasurer and Bailiff. 
Alexander G. Smith, Clerk. 

SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

Asher Miller, esq. Middletown, Snrveyor-GeneraL 
COUNTY SURVEYORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Olmstead, of East-Hartfor<J» 



S3 

6 UNTY OP NFW-H \V«N. 

Moses Beach, of Waliingford* 

C UNTY OF NEW-LONi> N. 

Moses Warren, of L; me, 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss White, of Danfcury. 

COUNTY * F WIN HAM. 

Lemuel Ing .Is, of Pom fret* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Nathaniel Spencer, of New-Hartford* 

CtUNTY CF TOLL A lft»* 

George Giilett, of Hebron. 



BANKS. 



HARTFORD RANK. 

John Caldwell, Esq. President 

Normand Kncx ? Cashier 

Directors, 



Nathaniel Terry 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Julius Deming 
Solomon Ctnvles 



John Caldwell 
John Morgan v 
Ephraim Root 
George Goodwin 
William Moseley 

Day sot Disccunt Mondays and Thursdays— Hour* 
of business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
p. m. — Annual Meeting of the Stockholders second 
Thursday in June. 

UNION BANK NEW-LONDON. 

Jedidiah Huntington, E^q* President 
Robert Hallam, Cashier 



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Directors. 



Charles Bulkeley 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Nathaniel Richards 
Ertward Hallam 
Richard IVPCurdy 



Jedidiah Huntington 
Bela Peck 
George Hallam 
Daniel Lathrop 
Jonathan Starr 
Joseph Perkins 
James Tilley 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays — Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. aixl from 2 to 4 
p. -a — Bahk shut on Saturdays p. m. and on Thanks- 
givings, Fast-Days, Christmas, and 4th of July — An- 
nual Meeting of Stockholders first Thursday in June. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier 
Directors. 
Elisha Denison Jacob B. Gurley 

Elias Perkins Gushing Eells 

Edward Ghappell James Lee \ 

Isaac Thompson James Lewis 

William Williams 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays — Hours of 
busines from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 
p. m. — Bank shut on Saturdays p-m and on Thanks- 
givings, Fa^t days, Christmas, and 4th of July — An? 
nual Meeting of Stockholders first Tuesday of July, 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Isaac Beers, esq. President 

William Lyon, Cashier 

Directors. 



Isaac Beers 
Abraham Bishop 
John Nicoll 
Gilbert Totten 
Ebenezer Huggins 



Frederick Hunt 
Titus Street 
Eneas Munson, j'r 
Ebenezer Peck 



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Days of Discount Mondays and Thursdays— of De- 
posit Tuesdays and Fridays— Hours of business from 
9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m.— Annual 
Meeting of the Stockholders first Thursday of July, 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. esq. President 

Timothy Southmayd, Cashier 

Directors. 



Elijah Hubbard 
George Hallam 
Jedidiah Huntington 
Daniel Wadsworth 



Nehemiah Hubbard j'r 
Benjamin Williams 
Ebenezer Sage 
Lemuel Storrs 
Josiah Williams 

Days of Discount Tuesday and Friday — Hours of 
business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
p.m. — Annual Meeting of the Stockholders on the 
first Thursday of January. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq. President. 
George Ha}% Cashier. 
Directors. 
Isaac Bronson William Peet 

John S. Cannon Joseph Nichols 

Salmon Hubbell * Isaac Hinman 

Samuel W. Johnson Ebenezer Jesupj'r 

Elijah Boardman , 

Notes presented on or before Thursday, and Dis- 
count made on Triday— Hours of Business from 8 to 
12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. — Bank shut on 
Saturday p. m. and on Christmas, Good Friday, 4th 
of July, and Public Fasts and Thanksgivings — Annu- 
ls al Meeting of the Stockholders first Wednesday of 
July. 



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NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, e*q. President. 
Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors. 



Ebenezer Huntington 
Thomas Fanning 
Thomas Lathrop 
Simeon Breed 
Jabez Huntington 
John L- Bus well 
Roger Bulkeley 

Days of Discount Tuesday and Friday— Hours ol 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and f om 2 to 4 
p.m.— Annual Meeting of Stockholders 3d Monday 
of June. 



Z/tchariah Huntington 
D wight Ripley 
Chares P. Huntington 
Benjamin Coit 
\sa Fitch 
Joseph Huntington 



0©C3« 



BERBf BANK. 

William Le fling well, esq. President. 
Joha Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors. 



. 



William Leffingwell 

Elias Shipman 

Leman Stone : 

Simeon Baldwin 

James Lewis 

Daniel Bacon 

* Annual Meeting of the Stockholders first Tuesday 

of July. 



David Tomlinsnn 
William Mansfield 
Abraham Bradley 3d 
"Roger Sherman 
William S. Hotchkiss 



WASHINGTON BANK, WESTERLY. R. I. 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President. 
Thomas Perrv, Cashier. 
Day of Discount Thursday— Hours of Business 
» from "10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 4 P. M.— 
Annual meeting 1st Tuesday of July. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President 
Thomas S. Williams, Secretary 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Elias Shipman, President 
Austin D< l-i^on, Secretary 



NEW-LONDON. 

Jarc d Starr. President 
David Coit, Secretary 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrcp, President 
Shubael Breed, Secretary 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Ebenezer Sage, President 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Secretary 

DERBY. 

Canfield Gillet, President, 
Secretary. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Nathaniel Terry, President 

Walter Mitchel, Secretary 

Directors. 



Nathaniel Terry 
K a than iel Patten 
David Watkinson 
Daniel Buck 
Thomas Giover 



Thomas K- Brace 
James H. Wells 
Ward Wood^ridge 
Henry Hudson 



8£ 

COLLEGES, &c. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN: 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, s.t.d. ll.d. Presidenty 

and Professor of Divinity 
Jeremiah Day, a.m. Professor of Mathematics and 

Natural Philosophy 
Benjamin Silliman, a.m. Professor of Chemistry and 

Mineralogy 

James L. Kingsley, a. m. Professor of Languages 

and Ecclesiastical History. 

FELLOWS. 



Rev. Daykl Ely, d.d. 
■Hez. Ripley, d.d. 
James Dana, d.d. 
John Marsh, d.d. 
Noah Benedict 



Rev. Andrew Lee, d.d. 
Joseph Strong, d d. 
Achilles Mansfield 
Benoni Upson 
Amos Bassett 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six 
senior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, 
constitute the Corporation, 

TUTORS. 

Mills Day, a.m. I Samuel J* Hitchcock, a. b. 

Arsetius B. Hall, am. j John Langdon, a-b. 
Matthew R.Dutton, a. m ; | Jo^iah VV. Gibbs, A.B. 

James Hillhouse, Treasurer, Nathan Beers, 
Steward. Nathan $• Read , a . 3 . Butler. 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — -From Cornmeoceesnent, six weeks ; 
from the 2d Wednesday of January, three weeks ; 
and from the Wednesday beiore the second Thurs- 
day in May, three weeks. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Abraham Jarvis, d.d. President. 

TiUotson Brohson, Principal. 

Daniel M' Donald, Assistant. 

Burrage Beach, Treasurer. 



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Anniversary— First Wednesday of October. 

Vacations — From 2d Wednesday of April, four 
weeks— and from 1st Wednesday of October, four 
weeks. 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER, 

Ebenezef Rudd, Preceptor. 

Anniversary — First Wednesday in September 

Vacations — From the first Wednesday of January, 

two weeks ; from the first Wednesday of May, two 

weeks ; from the first Wednesday of September, 

three weeks. 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, 

MASS. 
Rev. John Thornton Kirkland, d-d. President. 
Commencement — Last Wednesday in August, 
Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 
from* the fourth Wednesday in December, seven 
weeks ; and from the third Wednesday in May, 
two weeks. 

BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE. 
R. I. 

Rev. Asa Messer, d.b* President. 

Commencement — First Wedneday of September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday of January, six weeks/ 
from the first Wednesday of May, three weeks. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER, 

N. H. 

Hon. John Wheelock* l.l d. President. 

Commencement— Yonnh Wednesday in August. 

Vacations— From Commencement, four and an 

half weeks ; from the first Monday in January, eight 

and an half weeks. 



WILLIAMS COLLEGE, WILLIAMS- 
TOWN, MASS. 
Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, d.d. President, 
Commencement— First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations — From Commencement, five weeks * 
from the third Wednesday in January, three weeks : 
from the first Wednesday in May, three weeks. 

C3> — - 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, VERMONT/ 

Henry Davis, d.d. President. 

~&^ A 

UNION COLLEGE, SCHENECTADY, 
N.Y. 
Rev. Eliphalet Nott, d.d. President. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS 
AND SCIENCES 

Rev. Timothy D wight, d.d. President. 
His Ex. Roger Griswold, L.LvD.^ Vice 
Hon. James Hillhouse, 3 Presidents. 

Hon. Chauncey Goodrich, \ 

Rev. James Dana, d-d. i 

Right Rev. Abraai Jarvis, d.d. \ Councillors. 
Rev. Bela Hubbard, d.d. . i 
Hon. JohnC. Smith, ) 

Enoch Perkins, esq. ~) r^-^^*. i: 

Barzillai biosson esq . J 
Mr. James L. Kingsley, Recording Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

Benjamin Silttman, esq. Keeper of the Cabinet. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.d,~) Committee 

>3oah Webster, esq. > of 

Benjamin Sftlifnanj esq. J Publication, 



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CONNECTICUT MISSIONARY SOCI- 
ETY. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 

TRUSTEES. 



Hon. John Tread well 
Hon. Asher Miller- 
Hon. Aaron Austin 
Hon, Jonathan Brace 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
David Hale, esq. 



Rev.Nathan Perkiris ? DD. 
Rev. Samuel Nott 
Rev. Calvin Chapin 
Rtv. Mos.C.V\'e!ch,DD. 
Rev. Andrew Yates 
Rev. Ebenezer Porter 



«■■■» QB> * 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 



Hon, John C. Smith, President. 
Gen. Jedidiah Huntington,"! 
Rev. Samuel Nott, $ Vice-Presi- 

Rev. Azel Backus, d.d. i" dents. 
Rev. Samuel iVlerwin, J 

Mr. Henry Hudson, Secretary. . 

Mr. Joseph Rogers, Treasurer. 
Directing Committee . 



Rev. Calvin Chapin 
Rev- Andrew Yates 
Ichabod L. Skinner, esq. 
Rev. Henry Grew 



HomChauncey Goodrich 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Rev. Amos Rassett 
Hon. Theodore D wight - 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland 

(Annual Meeting, second Thursday of May.) 

CONNECTICUT RELIGIOUS TRACT 

SOCIETY. 



Rev. Timothy D wight, d.d. President. 
Hon. John Tread well, ~! 
Hon. John C. Smith f v - »i^ju nt!l 
Rev- Samuel Merwin ( x iCe A ie * iaenz * 
Joseph Darling esc. J 



Mr. Increase Cook, Secretary and Treasurer, 
Rev. Samu. 1 Vlerwin ~) 
Mr. Jeremiah Day / Committee 

Mr. Timothy Dwight.j'r V of 
Stephen Timing, e>q. x Publication. 
Mr. Mill* Day ' J 

This Society was first instituted in September, ISor 

SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION 
CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. 



OF 



Right Rev. Abraham Jaris, d. r>. President. 

COMMITTEE QE PUBLICATION. 



Rev. Bela Hubbard 
Rev. Phil© Sheiton 
Rev. Tiilotson Bronson 
Rev. Henry Whitlock 



Hon. Jonathan Ingersolf 
Nathan Smith, esq. 
Sum. W. Southmayd,esq« 
Mr. John H. Jacocks 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 
<^ _ 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Hartford 

Rev. Nathan Strong,D.D. 
Abel Flint 
NathanPerkins,D.D. 
Vacant E 

Vac mt B 

•Berlin Benoni Upson 
John Small e van d > 
Newton Skinner 5 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality E 

Bridiol Jonathan Cone 
Daniel WiltJinab B 

Burlington Jon. Miller 
Vacant B 

Can.on Jere Hallock 



B 



Jared Mills 
East- Hartford 

Andrew Yates 

Vacant 

Vacant 
East- Windsor 

Dav. M % Clure,D. d. \ 

Thomas Robbins > 

Shubael Bartlett 

Nath'lHuse (D)E 
Enfield NehemPrudden 

Vacant AC 

George Atwell B 

Jurmington NoahPorter 

Runts Haw ley 
GlaHoibury P. Halves 



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Joseph trong 

Vacant E 

Grand y Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Asa Corn well E 

Vacant B 

Hart land Aaron Church 

Nathaniel Gaylord 
Marlborough 

David 15. Ripley 
Siimbury Alien M'Lean 

Plurality E 

Vacant B 

ShutAiiigion 

William Robinson 

Plurality E 



Vacant ft 

Su field Ebenezer Gay 
Vacant 

Caleb Green B 

John Hastings B 

Weihersficld 

John Marsh, r>.D, 
Joshua Belden 1 
joab Brace 3 
Calvin Chapin 
Vacant B 

Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Abel Gillet B 

Fred. Chapman B 



COUN1Y OF 

New- Haven Vacant 

Rev» Samuel Merwin 
Timothy DwightD. d. 
Ab'm Jarvis, d.d. E 
Bela Hubbard,D.D.E 
Henry Whitlcck E 
Vacant 

Bravford Tim.P.Gillett 
Matthew Noyes 
Charles Atwater 
Elijah G, Piumbe E 

Cheshire John Foot 
Oliver Hitchccck 
Reuben Ives E 

D'l M' Donald (D)E 
Vacant B 

Derby Vacant 
Abner Smith 
Rich. Mansfield ~> v 
Calvin White X * 



NEW- HAVEN. 

East-FIuvfn Saul Clark 
Plurality E 

Guilford Aaron Dutton 
John Elliott 
William F. Vail 
Vacant 
David Baldwin B. 

Hamden Vacant 
Abraham Ailing 
Plurality E 

Meriden Erastas Ripley 
Samuel Miller B 
Vacant _ E 

Middlebury 
Mark Mead 

MUford 

Bazaleel Pinneo 
Caleb Pitkin 
Erastus Scranton 
Vacant E 



u 



•A orth- Haven 

Benj. Trumbull 3 D.D. 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Oxford 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Chauncey Prindle E 
South bury 

Benjamin Wildman 

Bennet Tyler 
WalUngford 



J imes Noye 

Vacant E 

Joshua Bradley B 

Vacant B 

Waterbury Luke Wood 

Vacant 

Horace V. Barber E 
Wolcott Vacant 
Woodbridge 

Jason Allen 

Nath'l G. Huntington 



COUNTY OF N 

New- London 
Rev- Abel M'Ewen 

Cha -'les Seabury E 

Samuel West B 

Bozrah Jon. Murdock 

William Palmer B 
Colchester 

Sal n on Cone 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 
Groton Timodiy Tuttle 

Plurality 

Vacant AC 

Silas Burrows B 

John G. Wiejhtman B 
Lisbon Levi Neison 

Andre* Lee, p.D. 

Amos Heed B 

Lyme 

Lathrop Rockwell 

V xant 

David Huntington 

Asa Wilcox B 



EW. LONDON. 

Vacant B 

Vacant AC 

JMontrville 

Abishai Alclen 

Vacant 

Robert Fa reo AC 

Reuben Palmer B 

Norwich 

Joseph Strong d.d. 

Vacant 

John TyJfljr E 

John Sterry B 

North- St-jningion 
Vacant 

Pdeg Randall B 
Si .n eon Brown B 

Freston Vacant 
Horatio Waldo 
Plurality E 

Vacant A C 

Vacant B 

StDni ;gton Ira Hart 
E. Ohcesebor; ugh R 
Christo. Avery AC 

Wa f erford 

Zadock Darrow B 



»5 



OF 



B 



fOTJNTY 

Fairfield 

Hev He man Humphries 
? Hez Ripley, d.d. 
Vacant 

Phi o Shelton E 

As»hel Morse B 

Brookfictd Vcicant 

Fiuralitv E 

D anbury Vacant 
Samuel 5. urges 
Vacant E 

Eben. White Sand, 
Nathan Buckley B 
Bennet Pepper 

Greenwich Vacant 
Isaac Lewis, d.d 
Plurality 

Huntington 

David Ely, d d. 
Vacant 
Menzies Rayner 

fyetv-Canctan 

William Bonney 
Plurality 

fiew-Foi field 
Medad Rogers 

A'cwtown Jehu Clark 
Daniel Burhans E 
John Sherman B 
Solomon Glover U 

ftorw dk Ros'l R. Swan 
Vacant E 



E 



Redding Vacant 
Daniel Crocker 
Plurality E 

Ridge field 'Vacant 
Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Sherman 

Maitby Gelston 

Stamford Daniel Smith 
William Fisher 
Amzi Lewis 
Piatt Buffett 
Vacant E 

Frederick Smith") B 
MarmadukeEari3 

Stratford 

Stephen W. Stebbins 
Elijah Waterman 



Asahel Baldwin 

Plurality 

Vacant 
Trumbull 

Daniel C.Banks 

Plurality 
Weston Vacant 

Vacant 

Plurality 
Wilton Vacant 

Plurality 

St. John. 



COUNTY 
Windham 
Rev William Andrews 
Jesse Fisher 
Vacant AC 



OF WINDHAM, 

Vacant 
Joshua Abbey 
Ashford • 
j Philo Judson 



E 
E 
B 



E 

E 
B 



B 
B 



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Holland Sampson 
William Storrs 
Vacant B 
Vacant B 
Whitman B 

Brooklyn 

Josiah Whitney >d.d< 
Daniel Fog E 

Canterbury Vacant 
Erastus Learned 

Columbia Thomas Rich 

Hampton 

Ludovicus Weld 
Vacant B 

K'tUingly Elisha Atkins 
Israel Day 
Vacant 
Calvin Cooper ^ B 

Lebanon Zebulon Ely 
William B. Ripley 
John Gurley 
Vacant} 
Vacant B 



Mansfield 

Samuel P. Williams 

MosesCWelch,D.D. 

Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwin B 
Platnjield 

Joel Benedict d.d. 

Nathaniel Cole B 
Pom/ret Vacant 

Walter Lyon 

James Grew B 

Sterling Vacant 
Thompson Daniel Dow 

Pier son Crosby B 
Voluntown Vacant 

Vacant 

Amos Crandal AC 
U oodslock 

Eliphalet Lyman 

William Graves 

Alvin Underwood 

Amos Wells B 

Abial L £ Doit B 



COUNTY oy 
Litchfield 

Rev. Lyman Beecher 
Amos Chase 
Joseph E. Camp 
Truman Marsh E 
Abraham Fowler 
Vacant B 

Barkhemfistead 
Ozias Eells 

Bcthlem 

Azel Backus d,d. 
Plurality E 

Canaan Chicles Prentice 
Pitkin Cowlcs 



LITCHFIELD. 

Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Colt brook Chauncey Lee 

Rufus Babcock B 
Corn wall 

Timothy Stone 

Josiah Hawes 

Sturges Gilbert(D)E 
Goshen Joseph Harvey 
Harwinton 

Joshua Williams 

Vacant E 

Kent Joel Board well 

Sturges Gillct B 



87 


Neiti -Hart ford 


| Torrington 


Amasa Jerome 


j Alexander Gillet 


Vacant B 


Samuel J Mills 


New-Mtlford 


Isaac Bellows B 


Andrew Elliott 


Warren 


Reuben Taylor 


Peter Starr 


Benjamin Benham E 


Vacant B 


Norfolk 


Washington 


Ammi R. Robins 


Ebenezer Porter 


Plymouth 


Samuel Whittlesey 


Luther Hart 


Plurality E 


Roger Searlc E 


Plurality E 


Plurality E 


Jfatertown 


Roxbury 


Uriel Gridley 


Zephaniah Swift 


Russel Wheeler E 


Plurality E 


Winchester 


Isaac Fuller B 


Frederick Marsh 


Salisbury 


James Beach 


Joseph W.Crossman 


Asa Talmadge B 


Sharon 


Woodbury 


David L. Perry 


Noah Benedict "£ 
Worthing, Wright 3 


Daniel Parker 


Vacant B 


J. D. Wilton * F* 


Plurality E 




C0UN2Y OF 3 


MIDDLESEX, 


Middletown 


Joel West 


Rev. Dan Huntington 


Smith Miles E 


John Kewley E 


Vacant ii 


Joshua L. Williams 


Durham David Smith 


Vacant 


K&st-Haddam 


Thomas Miner 


Elijah Parsons 


Benja- Graves AC 


WilliamLyman,D.B« 


Vacant B 


Joseph Vail 


Enoch Green B 


Solomon Blakesky E 


Chatham 


Had dam 


Vacant 


David D. Field 


David Selden 


Simeon Dickiason B 



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Killhigworth 

Achilles Mansfield 

Asa King 

Plurality E 

Saybrook 

Fred. W. Hotchkiss 



Richard Ely \ 
Aaron Hovey $ 
Vac in t 
Samuel Mills 
Plurality E 

Elipha:et Lester B 
John Watrus B 



COUNTY OF 

Tolland 
Rev. N. Williams d.d. 

William Hubbard B 
Bolton George Colton 
Coventry Vacant 

Eph. T. Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 
Ellington 

Diodate Brockway 
Hebron Amos Bassett 

Nathan Gillett 

Plurality E 



TOLLAND. 

Somers 

William L. Strong 
Stafford Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant 

-— Bloss B 

Union Vacant 
Vernon 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
Wellington 

Hubbil Loomis 

David Lillibridge B 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates from the seve- 
ral Associations. 
Rev. Messrs. David Avery, Mansfield ; Simon 
Backus, Bridgeport ; Jonathan Bartlett, Reading ; 
Gershom Bulkeley, Middletown ; Samuel Camp, 
Ridgefield ; Aaron Cleveland, Hartford ; James 
Dana, d. d. New-Haven ; Asahel Hooker, Goshen ; 
John Hyde, Franklin ; Calvin Ihgalsj Stafford ; E- 
van Johns, Berlin ; Gordon Johnson, Killingly ; 
William Lockwood, Glastenbury ; Samuel Mun- 
son, Huntington ; John Noyes, Noi field ; Samuel 
Stebbins, Siimbury ; John Taylor, Enfield ; Daniel 
Waldo* Suffield ; Simon Waterman, Plymouth ; 
Elijah G. \\tells, Sterling ; William F. Miller, 
Windsor, r 



99 
licensed Candidates. 
Messrs. Daniel Ranks, William Belden, Weston ; 
Jonathan Bird, Beilin ; Reuben Chapin, Somers ; 
John Clark, Washington ; Chester Colton, Hartford ; 
Mills Day, Washington ; John G. Dorrance, Brook- 
lyn ; Nathaniel Dwight, Wethersfield ; Henry Frost, 
Kew-Haven ; Asahel Gay lord, Norfolk ; Nathan 
Grosvenor, Sturbridge ; Gurdon Hall, Granville ; 
Lucas Hart, Burlington ; Austin Hazen, Vermont ; 
Joseph Hovey, East-Haddam ; Daniel Huntington, 
New-London ; Bela Kellogg, New-Haven ; Francis 
King, Vernon ; Gilbert R. Livingston, Red-Hook ; 
Amasa Loomi«, East-Windsor ; Harvey Loomis, 
Torrington ; John Marsh, Wethersfield ; Philander 
Parmele, Killingworth ; John Seward, Granville ; 
Henry Sherman, New-Haven ; Nathaniel Taylor,. 
New-Milford ; James W. Tucker, Danbury ; Heze- 
kiah G. Ufford, Stratford ; Comfort Williams,Weth- 
ersiield ; Timothy Williams, Woodstock ; Nathan- 
iel He wit, New-London. I 



Committee to certify the regular standing of Preach- 
ers, travelling from this into other 
parts of the United States. 

Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d.d. William Rob- 
inson, Benjamin Trumbull, d. d. Matthew Noyes, 
Joseph Strong, d. d. Isaac Lewis, d. d. David Ely, 
d.d. Moses C. Welch, d.d. Samuel J. Mills, Ebene- 
ser Porter, Joseph Vaill, and Nathan Williams, d.d. 

Receivers of Money in their several Associations for 
the Treasury of the General Association. 
Rev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, William Robin* 
son, Samuel Merwin/Erastus Ripley, Samuel Nott, 
Roswell R. Swan, Jehu Clark, Zebulon Ely, Charles 
Prentiss, Azel Backus, d. d. Aaron Hovey, and £• 
phraim T. Woodruff. 



100 
Delegates to the General Assembly of the Preshyte* 
rian Church, to convene at Philadelphia, 
the 3d Thursday of May, 1812. 
Her. Messrs. Benoni Upson, Amasa Jerome, Aa- 
ron Dutton.— — Substitutes — Lyman Beecher, Abel 
M l Ewen, William Robinson, 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions. 

Hon. John Tread well, esq. of FarmingtoR ; Rev. 
Timothy Pwight, d. d. President of Yale College ; 
Gen. Jedidiah Huntington, of New-London ; and the 
Kev. Calvin Chapin, of Wethers field, (Conn. J — — 
The Rev. Samuel Spring, D.r>. and William Bartlett, 
esq. of Newburyport ; Rev* Joseph Lyman, d. d. of 
Hatfield; Rev. Jedidiah Morse, d.d. of Charles- 
town ; and the Rev. Samuel WorcesterjD.D.of Sa- 
lem, (Mass. J 

Jeremiah Everts, esq. of Charlsstown, Treasurer. 

Persons disposed to contribute towards sending the 
Gospel to the Heathen, can transmit their donation* 
to either of the above gentlemen. 

OFFICERS OF THE 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Drs. John R. Watrous, President 

Mason F. GoggswelL Vice-President 

Eli Ives, Secretary 

Timothy Hall, Treasurer 



FELLOWS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. Mason F. Coggs well. Hartford 

John Uestor, Simsbury 
Jonathan H. Sparhawk, Hartford 
Simeon Field, Enfield 







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KEAV-HAVEN COUNTY. 
Abraham Tomlinson, Milford 
John Backer, New-Haven 
Joseph Foot, North-Haven 
Eli Ives, New-Haven 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, do. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Avery Downer, Preston 
John O. Miner, Groton 
Thomas Coit, New-London 
Samuel H. P. Lee, do. 
Thomas Miner, Lyme 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

William Shelton, Huntington 
Benjamin Curtis, j'r, Newtown 
Gideon Bardsley, Huntington 
Daniel Comstock* Danbury 
Bennet Perry, Newtown 

WIN OH AM COUNTY. 

Thomas Hubbard, Pomfret 
Joseph Palmer, j'r, Ashford 
Darius Hut chins, Pomfret 
Siah Fuller, Plainfield 
Andrew Harris, Canterbury 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Nathaniel Perry, Woodbury 
Jesse Carrington, Colebrook 
Timothy Clark, Harrington 
Elijah Lyman, Torrington 
Samuel Buell, Litchfield 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Richard Ely, Saybrook 
Smith Clark, Haddam 
Christopher Holmes, East-Haddaja 

Tolland county. 
Nathan Howard, Coventry 
John S. Peters, Hebron 
Daniel Peck, Stafford 
12 



EXAMINING COMMITTEE^ 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. John Eester, J. H. Sparhawk, Elijah R. Reed 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Joseph Foot, Eli Ives, Anson Foot 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

John G. Miner, Thomas Coit, Samuel H. P. Lee 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Gideon Shepard, Gideon Beard^ley, Noah A. Lacey 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Darius Hutchins, Joseph Palmer, Andrew Harris 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Nathaniel Perry, W. R. Fowler, Jesse Carrington 

MIDDLESEX C0UNT1T. 

Richard Ely, Austin Olcott, Samuel Carter 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Ebenezer M'Cray, Scotaway Hinckley, John Howard 



Committee of Nomination for Medical Professors* 
Drs, John R. Watrous Joseph Foot 

Mason F. Coggswell | Obadiah Hotchkiss 

Committee of Publication. 
Drs. Mason F. Coggswell I Timothy Hall 
John Bester | J. H. Sparhawk 

Committee appointed/or the purpose of forwarding 
pieces intended for Publication, to the 
Committee of Publication. 
Drs, John Barker Thomas Hubbard 



Gideon Shepherd | John S. Peters 
Samuel Buell Richard Ely 

Samuel II* Pe Lse 



103 
SOCIETY OF FREE-MASONS. 

Officers of Knight Templar's Encampment. 

James Baxter, Captain General 
James Ward, 1st Captain 
David Deming, 2d Captain 
Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal 
John R. Watrous, Secretary- 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 



Officers of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of 
Connecticut. 

John R. Watrous, G HP. 
Andrew L. Hill, d.g-h.p. 

Samue! Blackman, g.k. 

Alexander Collins, g. Scribe 

Henry Champion, g,t. 

, g.s. 

John Tyler, g.c 

Consider Sterry, g m. 

Samuel Bailey, g.t. 

A Grand Convocation of the Members of the 

Chapter is held semi-annually ; viz. on the third 

Thursday in May at Hartford ; and on the third 

Thursday of October at New-Haven. 



Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 

M*W. Stephen T. Hosmer, g-m, 

R»W. David Daggett, d.g.m. 

W. John R. Watrous, s g.w. 

W» Solomon Cowles, j.g-w. 

Henry Champion, g.t. 

John Mix, g.s. 

John Hubbard, s.g.d. 

James Ward, j.g.d. 



1U* 

Chapters of Royal Arch Masons, 
Hiram Chapter, Newtown 
Solomon Chapter, Derby 
Washington Chapter, Middletown 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich 
Vanden Brcek; Chapter, Colchester- 
Franklin Chapter, New-Haven 
Union Chapter, New-London 
Lvnch Chapter, Weston arid Reading 
Trinity Chapter, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, Woodbury 
Rittenhouse Chapter, Stamford 



Masters Lodges in Connecticut. 
1 Hiram New-Havenf?7 Rising bun Washingtoa 



No 

2 St. John's Middletown 

3 St. John's Bridgeport 

4 St. John's Hartford 

5 St. John's Norwaik 

6 Union Greenwich 

7 K. Solomon's Woodbury 

8 St. John's Stratford 

9 Compass Wallingford 

10 Wooster Colchester 

11 St. Paul's Litchfield 

12 King Hiram Derby 

13 Montgomery Salsbury 

14 Frederick Farmington 

15 Moriah Canterbury 
%6 Temple Cheshire 

17 Federal Watertown 

18 Hiram Newtown 

19 Washington Huntington 

20 Harmonv Berlin 

21 St. Peter's N. Mjlford 

22 Hart's Woodbridge 

23 St. James' P-eston 

24 Uriel Mansfield 

25 Co'u nbia Stepney 

26 Columbia E. Haddam 



28 M or. Star E.Windsor 

29 Village Canton 

30 Day Spring Hamden 

31 Union New-London 

32 Meridian Sun Warren 
S3 Friendship Southington 
34 Somerset Norwich 

]5 Aurora Harwinton 

36 St. Mark's Granby 

37 Western Star Norfolk 

38 St. Albao's Guilford 

39 Ark Weston 

40 Union Danbury 

41 Federal Brookfield 

42 .lannonv Waterbury 

43 Trinity Killingwortlv 

44 E.Star Leb. 8c Windham 

45 Pvthagoras Lyme 

46 Putnam Pomfret 

47 Morning Star Oxford 

48 St. Luke's Kent 

49 Jerusalem Ridgefield 

50 Warren Andover 

51 Warren Chatham 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

ROGER GRXSWOLD, ESQ. 

Captain General and Commander in Chief 
Col. William F. Brainard,) a:j j n +> 
Col. Charles Griswold, ' $^ds-de-Cam/i 

Hon. John Cctton Smith, Esq. Lieut. General 
Major J oseph Trumbull, j Jids . de _ Camfl 

Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant 

General 

Major Thomas M. Huntington, 7 d , , n . 

Major Henry Hudson, * j **** ' Cam ^ 

Col. John Mix, esq. Quarter Master General 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

AT HARTFORD. 

iorse. Joshua P. Burnham, Major Commandant 
James Fortune, 1st Lieutenant 
John Barnard, jun. 2d Lieutenant 
Normand Smith, Cornet 

rooT. Nathaniel Terry, Major Commandant 

Isa-tc D. Bui), Captain and 1st Lieutenant" 
Eliphalet Terry, jun. 2d Lieutenant 
Walter Mitchell, 3d Lieutenant 
Richard E. Goodwin, 4th Lieutenant 
Pliiio Hillyer, Ensign 



IORSE. 



AT NEW-HAVEN. 

Josicih B. Morse, 2d Lieutenant 
Joel Walter, Cornet 



106 

rooT. Luther Bradley, Major Commandant 
. .' Henry Eld, 1st Lieutenant 

Timothy Bishop, 2d Lieutenant 
Eleazer Foster, 3d Lieutenant 
Jared Doolittle, 4th Lieutenant 
Timothy Plant, Ensign 

FIRST DIVISION, 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigade* 

3)Io \<m Cowles, esq. Major General 
Major George Cowles, ^ A ... , n A 
Major William L. Cowles, 5 ^^'^Camfi 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Charles Jencks, esq. Brigadier General 
James Loomis, Brigade Major and Inspectot. 
Peter B. Gleason, Brigade Quarter-Master 

1st regt. Moses Tryon, j'r, lieut. col. commands. 
Luther Fitch, 1st major. Martin E^sworth, 2d maj. 

Sheldon W- Candee, adjutant. Henry A. Row- 
land, chaplain. Horatio G. Hale, quarter master. 
Roswell Bartholomew, pay-master. Jonathan H. 
Sparhawk, surgeon f Nathan Strong, j'r, surgeon's*-* 
mate. 

Matrons Comfiany.— Vacant, captain, Anson G. 
Phelps, 1st licut. Frederick Lathrop, 2d lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Jeremiah Brown Nathan Allen James Doolittle 
Eli Wadsworth Jos. Woodbridge William Benton 

Isaac Chandler Rob. T. Mather Henry Loomis 
George Howard Samuel Strong 
Moses Goodman Horace Belden Daniel Selrien 

W. Bi an chard John Palmer 
Hez. Webster Benoni Hubbard Roger Cad well 
Asihel Nearing John F, Waters ErastuS Barber 
JJath'l Goodwin Jonas Marsh Wm.Wad.wortJa 



lor 

18th Regt. Samuel Clark, lieut. col. conVdt. 
Ciilviu Barber, 1st maj. A. P- Humphry ,#2d Mftjt 

B. H. Wilcox, adjutant. Allen M Lean, chaplain, 
Haynes Woodbridge, Qr. Master. Daniel Ilays,2d, 
Pay-master. Gideon Rose, Surgeon. Alien Wat.son, 
Surg. Mate. 

Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Sterling Dibble James Lewis 
Arch. Payson j'r 



Captains 

[saac Phelps j'r 
£noch Buttles 



\it Pe* J: bore j'r 

saiah Ensign 

a *nts Howard 

ared Mills j'r 

lan'IG.Vining 

esse P.Holcomb John Yiets 

os. Goodwin j'r Oliver Tiiley 



Moses Case Philander Case 

Dud. Humphreys Ariel Hockins. 
Joe Clark Proper Hosiner 

Gad Curtis Allei.Humphrey* 

Ja's Huggins j'r Sereno Holcomb 
Levi Griffin 
Wm. Adams j'r 



9th Regt. John Watson, jr. lieut. col comm'dt. 

Ezra Brainard, 1st. maj. Ephraim Isham, 2d, maj. 

fimothy Ellsworth, adj. Andrew Yates, Chaplain. 

Chester King, Qr. Master. S. B. Goodwin, pay- 

aaster. Eleazer M'Cray, surgeon. David Bemiss, 

iurgeon's-m-ite. 
Matross Company — Nathan Pitkin, capt. Am* 

.erst Reynolds, 1st It. Giles Olmsted, 2d. It. Geo. 

Reynolds, 3d It. 

IJeutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Erastus Strong Martin Rockwell 
Levi Abbee Phineas Blodget 



Captains 

)aniel Hay den 
^ehem.Obborn 



►Tartin Stanley Joseph Goodwin Joseph P. Jones 
Isher Alien David Abbee Amri Allen 
ohn Talcott John Howard j'r Aaron Farmer 
lustin Porter William GoodaleAustin Hull 
ustus M ; KinneyClark Fester Ebenezer Snijfth 



108 

Amos Buckland Stephen Cad well W. Buckland 
Francis M' Lean John A. Hall Elliott Palmer 
Ja's W- Skinner William Culver Elijah Cady 
Ehhu Morton Simeon Barber James Trumbull 
Silas Hill Robert M'Kee Elizur Hollister 

22d Reg*. Noah Porter, It. col. comm'dt. 

Elijah Smith, 1st. mc\j. Nathan Hale Rose, 2dmaj. 

Joseph G Norton, Adj. Hubbel Loomis, chaplain, 

Solomon Gilbert, qr. master, Benning Mann, pay,. 

master, Judah Bliss, Surg. Rodol. Ladd, sur. mate- 

Matross Company . —Samuel Bradley, capt. Dan'l 
W. Badger, 1st It. Solomon Ha wes, 2d It. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Thurs.CarpenterEli Converse Eben'r Washburn 
Daniel Griggs John Tyler 

Joseph Dow James White 

Samuel Strong Darius Alden Aivin Hyde 
Ezra Chapman John Kingsbury John Warren 
Cephas Dunham Barthol. Pctter 
John Crawford Sam.Crawfordj'rAbner Badger 
Joseph Rose Joseph Talcott Gad Hunt 

SimueiE.JohnsonEben'r Spelman Jonathan Johnson 
Elisha Bradley Oliver Foot Caleb Carlton 

31st Regt. Thaddeus Leavett, jr. It. col. comnVdt 
Amaziah Kibbe, jr. 1st maj. Robert Morris, 2d 
major. Roswell Parsons, Adjutant. Nehemiah Pru- 
den, Chaplain. Luther Parsons, qr. master. Willi- 
am Mather, pay. master. John Wood, Surgeon. Da- 
vid Currier, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigm 

Light Infantry. 
Jabez King S. Root 

Frederick TayiorSamuel Norris Jona. Remington 

Christo. Jo^es Thomas Austin David Bemejgt 



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Samuel Pease j'r Jnbez Collins 
JobHurlbut j'r David Meacham 
ThomasChandlerObed Hale 
Vashni Hall j'r Luke Kibbee 
Philip Nelson Alex'r Harmon 
Horace Kendall Sim. Kendall j'r 
Israel Phelps Gid. Trumbull 



JonahGriswoldj' r 
Oliver Collins 
Alpheus Pease 
John Phelps 
Isaac Pomeroy 
Carlos Harmon 
Dan Forward 



First Regiment Cavalry. 
William Thompson, lieut. col. commandant. 
Henry Watson, major. Timothy Allyn, adjutant. 
Shubael Bartlett, chaplain* Paul Pomeroy, quarter- 
master. Thomas Potwine, pay-master. John W. 
Hanchett, surgeon. Wm. Cooley, surgeon 's-m ate. 
Ralph H. Ripley, sergeant-major. Mark E. Web- 
ster, qimrter-master-sergeant. Joseph Hamlin, mu- 
sic-major. 



]st Company 
William Griswold, capt. 
Roger Phelps, 1st lieut. 
Merit Gilbert, 2d do. 
Cornelius Cadvvell,cornet 

2d Company 
Oliver Phelps, captain 
Austin Phelps, 1st lieut. 
Roderick Phelps, 2d do. 
Asaph Fuller, cornet 

3d Company 
Jonathan Bartlett, capt. 
EpaphrasL. Phelps, 1st It. 



John Collins, 2d do. 
Samuel Belshaw, cornet 

Ath Company 
Nathaniel Gilmore capt. 
Oliver Holt, 1st lieut. 
Elijah C. Pearl, 2d do. 
Harvey Coggsv/ell,cornet 

5tk Company 
Joseph Abbot, captain 
Nathan Pease j'r, 1st It. 
Ezekiel Spencer, 2d do. 
Timothy Abbee, cornet 



SEVENTH BRIGADE. 

Levi Lusk, esq. Brigadier General 
Martin Welles, Brigade Major and Inspector 
George Plummer, Brigade Quarter-Marter 

6th Regt. Simeon North, It. col. commandant 
ieor^e Sellew, 1st maj. Martin Kellogg, j'r, 2dmaj. 



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Reuben North, adjutant. Prince Hawes, chaplain. 
Samuel Hollister, quarter-master Horace Latimer, 
pay-master, Daniel Fuller, surgeon. S)lvester 
Bulkeley, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigm 

Allen Smith John Palmer William Willard 
Joseph Stiliman, Elisha Coleman James Butler 
James Sellew Benj. Hale 2d HoeJ Holmes 
EleazerGoodrichRoger Warner Henry Whitmore 
James Deming Joseph Camp j'r William Deming 
Jarcd Strickland Walter Hale George Covil 
Ashbel Alger Noah Try on James McLean 
Benjamin WilcoxJoseph Galpin j'r William Hollister 

35i.h Regt- Theodore Pettibone, It. col. command't 
Elijah Monross, 1st maj, George Cowles, 2d maj. 
Seth J. North, adjutant. Noah Porter, chaplain- 
Samuel Tillotson, quarteivmaster. , Samuel Steel, 
pay-master. Titus Merriman, burgeon, Elijah 
Flowers, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company 
Azariah Johnson, capt. John B. Hendrick, 1st It, 
Thomas Atkins, 2d do. 

Coptains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company 
Timothy Cowles Chauncey Sweet 
Light Infantry 
Jervis Root Samuel Barnes 

Gad Frisbie Ab'mPettibonej'rGiles Griswold 

Ezekiel Andrus Oliver Stanley 2dSeth J. North 
Jabez Langdon Nathan WilliamsTimothy Botsford 
FJdad R. Jerome Joel Barnes JoeL Reck with 

Sylv. Woodruff Romanta Porter Romeo Welton 
John Mitchell Isaiah Norton Samuel Dutton 
Dan Demiag Gideon B. Hart Marcus Day 
Ephraim Roper Stephen Walkley 



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23d Regt. Enoch Huntington, lieut. col- comm'dt. 
Daniel White, 1st maj. Josiah Sage, 2d maj. 
Chauucey Whittlesey, adjutant. Dan Huntington , 
chaplain. William Van Deursen, quarter-master. 
Samuel Cooper, pay-master. John Richmond, sur- 
ge on* Vacant, surgeon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigns 

Light Infantry 
Nathan Wilcox Thoma s Sill Daniel Dcucl 

Jeremiah Taylor CharlesChurchiUSeth Branch 

Charles Brewer Josiah Wetmore Elizivr Barnes 
Isaac Webber Amasa Savage Joseph Williams 
loseph Coe j'r Aaron C. Sears Jacob Roberts 
Joel Ba) tit. t H. Giidersleeves Jesse Hall 

Ozi i -i I rd Stephen StockingThorpas Selden 
William Bevins Seth Birdsey Eiihu'H. Birdsey 
Olrver Brainard Joseph Caswell Nathan Markham 
Asoph Abbey Davi'dCrittendon Daniel Smith 
John Bacen Nath'i Boardman Lemuel White 



24th Regt- John Isham, j't\ It. col. commandant- 
Jonah Gates, 1st major. Joshua Bulkeley 2d, 2d maj. 
Samuel Kellogg, 2d, adjutant. William Lyman, 
D d. chaplain. Abraham Shepard, quarter-master. 
Epaph. Champion, j'r, pay-master. Elijah Butts, 
surgeon, Bigelow, surgeon's- mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Samuel Crowell Joseph Q, AckleyDaniel Warner2d 
Reuben Blish Newhall Taintor Gersh. Bulkeley 
William Palmer Pltineas Gates Caleb Gates 
Daniel R. Pratt . Daniel Carrier EH*ha Brown 
Joshua Tinker Ira Randall Avery Morgan 

Dlodate Lord Hez. Loomis Manly Beebe 
Jonav Beckwith B aruch Beckwithgimi^el B. Griffin 
Asa Newton j'r Guy Bigelow Elisha Morgan 



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1th Regiment Cavalry. 
Gad Cowles, It. col. commandant. 
David Demine, major. Thomas Hubbard, adju- 
tant. Edbert Cowles, quarter-master. Edward 
Cowles, p$y-master. Joshua L. Williams, chaplain. 
Henry Wadsworth, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's- 
mate. 



\,st Company 

Richard Lord, captain 
Orrin Chapman, 1st It, 
Vacant, 2d do. 

Jere. Smith, 2d, cornet 

2d Company 
Elisha Kirby, captain 
Asa Boar dm an, 1st heut 
AlpheusShumway,2d do. 
Daniel Bacon, cornet 

3d Company 
Levi Barnes, captain 
Urban Barrett, 1st lieut. 
Philemon Wood ruff,2ddo. 
Phinchas Pardee, comet 



4th Company 
Martin Cowles, captain 
Ozem Woodruff, 1st It. 
Chauncey Hooker, 2d do# 
Timothy H. Root, cornet 

5th Company 
Reuben Dunham, captain 
David Hubbard, 1st lieut. 
Anson Porter, 2d do. 
Erastus Sage, cornet 

6th Company 
Joseph Buell, j'r, captain 
David Buell, 1st lieut. 
Eleazer Veasy, 2d do. 
Vine Starr, cornet 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4tb Brigades. 
John Hubbard, esq. Major-General. 

£ Asds-dC'Camji 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

James Merriman, esq. Brigadier General 
John H. Lynde, Brigade Major and Inspector 



X^d Regt. Hezekiah Howe, It. coh commandant. 
Elisha Hull, 1st major. Beriah Bradley, 2d major. 
Stephen Huggins, adjutant. Ab'm Ailing, chap- 
lain. Harvey Sanford, quarter-master. Charles 



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Sherman, pay-master, Eli Ives,surgeon. BelaFarrr 
ham, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matross Company, 
Seth P. Stap'es, captain. (Afifioinlechnajor hiOct.J 
William Stanley, 1st It. Richard Cutler, 2d do. 
Charles Sherman, 3,1 do. Oliver Steel, 4th do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Zebub Bradley Samuel Wilmot James Gorham 
Elisha PundersonJessc Ailing Eli Gilbert 

Ab'm Pardee Amos Morris Isaac Pardee 
Philemon Smith Enos Smith Thaddeus Clark 

John Beach Jesse Brocket Pierpont Brock 

Seba Thorp Leonard Ives Benajah Bishop 

Ambrose Tuttle C Dickerman Leverett Tuttle 
Roswell Lee Jacob Whiting Lyman Ford 



7th Regt. Eiisha Sill, lieut col- comm'dt. 

John Brainard,2d,lst rnaj. Eli Denison, 2d mrj. 

Samuel Hart, j'r, adjutant. Ezekiel Hovey,chap- 
lain. Amaziah Bray, quarter-master. Linus Par- 
mele, pay -master. Samuel Carter, surgeon. Ezra 
S. Mather, surgeon's-mate. *NM§j 

Captains IJeukn^ils Ensigns 

William Clark Timothy Pratt Benjamin Daud 
Steph. DickinsonGideon Biggins Aaron Brainard 
Benjamin liurd George Buel Nath'l Redlield 
J abcz South worth John Bull j'r Barnabas Bates 
Jed. Chapman William BushnellAnsell Hill 
James Walkley Amos Smith Michael M'Mary 
Moses Willcox Aaron Wi'ilard Jeremiah Hull 
Joseph Shipman Zach. Clark Eleazer Clark 
Ab'nu Hubbard Jonathan Burr Smith Hubbard 
Gbadiah Platts Lorenzo Smith William A. Hill 



10th Regt. Jesse Ford, lieut. cok comm'dt. 
Joseph Piatt, 1st maj. Solomon R. Hall, 2d maj. 
Wed worth Wads worth, adjutant. James Noyes, 
fehnplain, John Barker, quarter-master, Liverus 

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Carrington, pay-mrster. Gold G. Norton, surgeon. 
Isaac S* Hough, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Samuel Peck AthelbertBenham 

Caleb Thompson Caleb Cook Asaph Hall 

William Marks Ira Andrews Butler Ives 
Jesse Smith CharlesRobinson Bial Camp 

*Reuben W. RiceThaddeus Street Phinehas T. Ives 
Ozias Camp Jesse Atwell Jesse C* Hall 
Roswell Coles Lyman Colbin Samuel Gale 
Ab'm Barnes Benjamin Piatt Ransom Tuttle 
* Appointed Majot\ October, 1811. 

27 Regt. Abel Rossiter, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Benj. Baldwin, 1st maj. John F. Meigs, 2d maj. 
Abraham J. Chittenden, adjutant Timothy P. 
Gillett, chaplain. Abel Hoyt, quarter-master. Na- 
than Bushneilf pay-master. Heman P. Brooks, sur- 
geon. Anson Foot, surgeons-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Jere. Parmele Ab.J. Chittenden J. R. Woodward 

Thomas Burgis Amos Fowler Samuel Burgis 
Rufus Palmer Joel Ives Ab'm Rogers j f r 

Abraham Coan Joel Crittenden BenjaminBradley 

Ebenezer Judd Curtis Wilcox 
Jesse Lindsley Augustus Russel Samuel Harmon 

David CnttendenGideon Stone 
John Foot Malachi Cook D. Tallmadge 

William Hall TheodoreHopsonJosiah Cone j 'r 



32:1 Regt. Ira Smith, lieut. col. comm'dt' 
Wm. Fenn, 1st maj. Barnabas Woodcock, 2d maj. 
John Tell fair, adjutant. Caleb Pitkin, chaplain. 
John T» Wheeler, quarter -master. Daniel* Bald- 



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-win, pay-master- Liberty Kimbtrtyj surgeon, John 
Carrington, surgeon Vmate, 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadiers 
Joseph Piatt j'r Michael Peck Nathaniel Smith 
Luther Lines Phinehas Peck Joel Hctchkiss 



Nehemiah Clar 
David Jackson 
Oliver Clark 
Isaac Beach 
Gideon Riggs 
Jesse Beecher 
David Lum j'r 
Jcsiah Swift 



k Daniel Clark Luke Clark 
Laac Thompson Lewis Reemer 
Simeon Smith Stephen Ford 
Nath'l Baldwin John Darling 
Anson Davis Sheldon Clark 
Oi-ange BosworthPhilo Hotchkiss 
Johu Lum Joseph Russell 

Wia- HumphreysJohn W. Woofer 



2d Regiment Cavalry 
Asa Piatt, lieut. col. comm'dt 
Jared Cook, major. George Hoadiey, adjutant. 
Samuel Merwin, chaplain. Isaac Benton, quarter- 
master. Luzern Bartholomew, pay-master. Joseph 
Foot, surgeon. James Gilbert, surgeon's-mate. 



l&i Company 
Thad. Harrison, captain 
Lyman At water, 1st It. 
Thomas Barnes, 2d do. 
Eiias Cooper, cornet 

2./ Company 
Sam'lW. Pratt, captain 
Simeon Smith, 1st lieut. 
Samuel Warner 2d do. 
Lewis Clark, cornet 



od Company 
Chauncey Hall, captain 
Billions Cook, 1st lieut. 
Charles A.Stanley,2d do» 
Hiel Hall, cornet 

Ath Company 
Oliver Clark, captain 
Ich. A. Woodruff, 1st It. 

Vacant 2d do. 

Jonas F. Merwin, cornet 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Matthias Nicoll, esq. Brigadier General 

Joseph P. Shelton, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Henry May, Brigade Quarter Master 



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4th REGTe Gershom Burr, lieut. col. command't. 
John Meeker, 1st maj. Gurdon Bartram, 2d maj. 

Aaron Sanford. jun. adjutant. Heman Humphrey, 
chaplain. W. H. Jesup, quarter- master. Isaac 
Thorp, pay-master. Benjamin Basset, surgeon. 

_ 1 surgeon's mate. Samuel Beers, 

drum-major. Daniel Douns, fife-major. 
Matrass Company 
Vacant captain. Ezra Gilbert, 1st lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Sam'i Wake man Joseph Sturges Robert Knap 
David Sturges Dav. Osborne j'f David D. Beers 
Isaac Bennet John W-Hanford Simon Couch 
John Staples Ab'm D Baldwin Daniel Gould 
Comfort Starr Benj. A. Darling Zalmon B. Banks 
Daniel B.GodfreySilliman GodfreyThaddeus Perry, 
Peter Bradley Oliver C San lord John Gilbert 
John Hill Walter WhitlockS- F. Morehouse 

WalkerShervvoodCyrus Silliman Benjamin Bradley 



9th Regt. Samuel Dean, lieut. col. commandant 
FJjenezer Mead, 1st. maj, Joseph Lockwoxl, 2d maj, 

Nathaniel H. Reed, adjutant. Amzi Lewis, chap- 
lain. Rufus Webb, quarter-master. William Keel- 
er, pay-master. Samuel IV ebb, surgeon. John Au- 
gur, surgeon's mate. John H. Pixlee, sergeant-ma- 
jor. Abisha Scofield, qturter-master-sergear.t. Le- 
vi Brown, drum-major. Elias Peek, fife-major. 
Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
William Smith Daniel Lockwood 3d 
Gideon Holmes Isaac Peck 

Benjamin Perine Robert Scofield Smith Weed j'r 

A'ex- Hendrick Stephen Ferris John Ferri-s 

William King Bates Hoyt Peter Smith 

Horton Reynolds David Hobbv J red Wee A 

Mom WiUson Wffl- Leoaard Theop. Braidage 



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5eth Mead Dmke Rusted 

Elijah Weed Philo Weed Horatio Weed 



28th Regt. Ephraim J. WHcoxori, lieut. col. com't 
James Beardslee, 1st m;-j Philo Lewis, 2d maj. 
Robert South worth, adjutant. Ashbel Baldwin, 
chaplain. Noah Plumb, quarter-master. Hunting 
Tomlinson, pay-master. Gideon Beardslee, surgeon. 
William A, Tpmlinson, sergeant-rrajor. Barnum 
Beach, quarter-master-sergeant. Philo Beers, Drum- 
major. William Curtis, fife-major. 
Matrons Company. 
Philip Walker, captain. William Warden, 1st It» 
Joseph French, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Ransom Beech N-C. Blackmrm Joseph S. Porter 
Daniel Burrett Ethen Sherwood Matthew Curtis 
Nath'lL.WheelerEHjah Booth ludson Peck 
William Hawley Eben'r Wheeler Ezra De Forest 
L. Fairchildj'r Robert Mailet Ebhu Beach 
Geo. L.Sherman Lemuel M'Ewen Eii L. Hawley 
Iohn Nichols Eli Lacey Henry Sherman 



34th Rf.gt. Enoch St John, lieut. col. ccm'dt 

Jos. Chapman, 1st maj. Nehem- Lockwood. 2d maj. 

Jared Ayres, adjutant. Silvarus Haight, chaplain. 

Daniel Richards, quatte' -matter. Fitch Hanford, 

pay-master. Warren Perciva^, surgecn. Samuel 

S. Noyes, surgeon's mate. Samuel Fetts, sergeant- 

major. Seymour Comstock,quarter-mastei*-sergeant« 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Companies 

Ebenezer Hoyt John Watrous Samnel Smith 

Ezra Benedict Hezekiah StJoha 

William I. StreetLemu?! Glover Daniel Ketclunn 
SamB.GrummcnPhilip Northrup Thaddeus Scott 
Moses Byxbee Joseph Boutou 



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William Belden Erastus Sturges 

CephasComstock 

Seth Seeley 

John Gray 

Thomas Rusco 

Starr Sanford 



Elijah Reed 
Jabez Adams 
John Dunniag 
Abraham Young 



William Dudley 
Carey Weed 
P. Lounsborou£h 
Hezekhh Jelhft. 
Isaac Abbot 



Aih Regiment Cavalry 
Enoch Foote, lieu.enanf-colonel-commandant 
Abel Hall, major, bimon Backus, adjutant. Hen- 
ry Whitlock, chaplain. Daniel Bennet, qu irter- 
master. Moss K. -Botsford, paymaster. \\ "m. B. 
Nash surgeon f Phiio Hall, surge-m's-mate- Thom- 
as C. Wordon, sergeant-major. Stephen Tom i in son > 
quarter-master-sergeant. 



1st Company 
Silas C Beai dslee, capt. 
Cyrus Lewis, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Wheeler, 2d do. 
Philo Beardslee* cornet 

2d Company 
Daniel Turrill, eaptain 
Aaron Bouton, 1st lieu:. 
Melancton Hoyt, 2d do. 
Garrit H.Newkirk,cor't. 



3d Company 

Jamss Winton, captain 
Joseph W.GorhamJstlt. 
Stephen Gregory, $d do. 
DavidSherwoodj i,cor't. 

Ath Company 
"John Btown, captain 
Benjamin Husted, 1st It. 
Wm. S. Qmntard, 2d do.. 
Nathan Feet, cornet 



t 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades, 

Zachariah Huntington, esq. Major General 

Charles P. Huntington,? *:j , n u 

Jabez W. Huntington, } ^ds^Camfi 



THIRD BRIGADE. 
William Williams, esq. Brigadier-General. 

Francis Richards, Brigade Major and Inspector * 
George L. Perkins, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



its 

ScIRkgt. Jirah Isham, lieut col. commandant. 
vVm. Moure 4th, 1st maj. John rl. Frink,2d maj. 
Vlartin Lee, adjutant. Charles I eabury, chaplain. 
fo»a. Starr, j'j , quarter-master. Robert Coit, pay- 
master. Oliver Wait, surgeon. Dyer I Brainard, 
surgeon's mate. Berj min Brown, sergeant-major, 
[iurdon Kimball. qua» ier-mastet -sergeant* 
Independent .Matrd s Company. 
John W« Geen, captain. John French, 1st lieut. 
iVilliam Butler, 2d licut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
>am'l ThompsonBurriil Thompbor.Nath'l Garish 

Nm. Stockman James Peters Wm. Johnson 
Increase Wilson Henry Smith Thomas S.Badett 
£nos West OrlandoRaymondJohn Valet 

lames Powers Daniel Stewart Rob. A- Gardner 
\mos Crocker Eiihu White Jeremiah Chapd 
>em,l G-CrockerEhsha Beckwith Philip Cavarly 
ohn Congdon Isaac Turner j'r SamuelComstock 
£zra Keeney Samuel Green Harris Rogers 

>th Regt. William Belcher, lieut. col. commands. 
Slisha Avery, 1st maj. Daniel Morgan, j'r 2d maj. 
Elisha I. Abel, adjutant. Horatio Waldo, chap- 
ain. James L. Lester, quarter-master. Fred'k A, 
\ very j pay-master. Bishop Taylor, surgeon Clv.-is- 
opher S- Avery, surgeon's* mate. VVm. Tucker, 
ergeant-major. Elisha B. Brewster, quarter mas- 
er-sergeant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

'/Vm. W. Avery Gilbert Button Elijah Patridgej'r 
^oyes Barber John Barber j'r David Avery 
Ulyn Williams Silas Niles AmosMorean 

Nathan Stanton Joseph Lester Charles Cook 
ostph Stanton Joseph C. Tyler John Aven j'r 
onathan Wheeler Abel K. Fish Jesse A. Starr 



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Stephen Billings Erastus WilliamsJohn Packer 
Elisha Smith Jonas Aver VVm. W. Morse 

Anson Avery Vacant Vacant 

20th Regt- Gerad Carpenter, lieut col. coram'dt. 
Francis Tracy, 1st major. James Gordon, 2d maj. 
Charles Thomas, adjutant. Levi Nelson, chaplain, 
Russell Hubbard, quarter-master. Charles F. Har- 
i ington, pay-master. George Turner, surgeon. Al- 
bert Tracy, surgeon's mate. Samuel Nevings. ser- 
geant-major. George D. Hill, quarter-master-ser- 
geant 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Li%ht Infantry 

Augustus Lathrop Joshua Yeomans Timothy Morse 

Grenadier Company. 
Steph.'B. Allyn Charles French Samuel Story 

Josh. Maples j'r Amos Bennet John Ellis 
Joseph H. WillisDaniel Gager j'rSimeon B. Hyde 
Roswell Adams Bishop Burnham Solomon Lathrop 
Pau Harvey Eph'm Benjamin Avery Barnes 
Eben'r Hough El'jah Abel L. Harvey 

Thomas Dow Alvan Abel Ambrose Peck . 

Luther EdgertonErastus Coit Thomas Gavit 
Charles Perkins William Water sSpencer Lyon 

r 30th Regt. W r m. Randall lieut. col. commd't. 
Nathan Wheeler,lst maj. Nathan Pendleton.Sd maj. 

Cvrus Williams, adjutant. Ira Hart, chaplain. 
Jyatham Hull, quarter-master. Giles Hallam, pay- 
master. William Lord, surgeon. John Billings, sur- 
geon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

DenisonNoyes Thomas Lewis Reuben Pal merj'r 
Asa S.van Samuel Prentice Geo. W.Baldwin 

Jesse Brown William Frink Dudley Brown 
Jsaac Williams Lathrop Williams 



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Randall Brown Phineas WheelerJohn Hvde 

Christo. Brown Lewis Kinyoii 
Daniel Miner A. Holmes P. Wheeler 

William Potter H. G. Lewis D. Frinjk 

33d Regt. William Sterling, lieut. col. command't. 
Asa Comstock, 1st maj. Marsh Ely, 2d maj. 
Samuel B- Mather, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, 
chaplain. Horace Ely, quarter-master. Thomas 
Griswold, pay-master. John Smith, surgeon. John 
C. M. Brockway, surgeon's-mate. 

Matrcss Company. 
William H. Johnson, captain. Charles Morrison, 
1st lieut. Charles P. Miller, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Nath'l Clark Wm. M. Smith Joseph Clark 
J. Manwaring Nath'l Clark R. Beckwith 
Peter Lord Jonathan Hall William Lord 

Oliver Comstock Samuel Selden Sam'l S. Warner 
Lyndes Read Joseph Deshon Joshua B. Chapell 
Calvin ComstockChristo. Marsh 
Jedidiah Beehe Calvin B- Fish Syl va. Smith j'r 

Third Regiment Cavalry. 

William Williams, j'r. lieut. col. commandant. 

Tared Baker, major. Henry F. t«amb, adjutant. 
Abel M'Eweu, chaplain. Joseph Kinney, quarter- 
master. Erastus T Smith, pay-master. Richard 
Noyes, surgeon. Lucius Manning, surgeon 's-mate* 
John r*eck, j'r. sergeant-major. Charles Wheeler, 
quarter-master-sergeant. 



1st Company 
C. Punderson, captain 
Samuel Gager, 1st lieut 
Richard Rose, 2d do. 
William Gager, cornet 



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2d Company 
Nicholas Chester,captam 
Thomas \llyn, 1st lieut. 
Charles Crary, 2d do, 
E. Avery, cornet 



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3d Company 
Nathan Frink, captain 
John Brown, 1st lieut. 
Jonathan Hill, 2d do, 
Robert Fox, cornet 



Aih Company 
Stephen L, Avery, capt? 
Amos Williams, 1st It. 

Vacant, 2d do* 
Jonathan Bentley, cornet 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Jedidiah Johnson, esq. Brigadier General 

John Fitch, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Andrew T. Judson, Brigade Quarter Master 



v 5th Reot. John Salter, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Jason Woodward, 1st maj. David Young, 2d maj* 
Roger Southworth, adjutant. Moses C. Welch* 
D. d. chaplain. Edmund Howe 3 quarter-master. 
John Turner, pay-master. Earl Swift, surgeon? 
William Brewster, surgeon 's-mate. 
Matross Company 
Gurdon Hebbard, captain. Guy Hebbard, 1st lt f 
Elisha Palmer, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company 
AsahelHammond Elisha Grow Rufus Moulton 

Light Infantry. 
Luther Topliff EJeazer Cross 

Charles Palmer Henry Dyer Dan Lincoln 

George Swift Elias'Robinson . John Trumbull 

Wm. Carey Jon. Kingsley j'r John Bass 

Ebenezer Byies Horatio Wood trdDavid Reed 

John Holt ' Tho's Utley j'r Uriel Hammond 

Elisha Bingham Daniel Bicknal Eben'r Root 

Amos Chaffee Alfred Clark Dyer Carpenter 

Snub. Chapman Bepj. Chapman Asahel Kimball 

11th Regt. David Holmes, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Samuel Allen, 1st maj. Jonathan Lyon, 2<£raaj. 



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John Mason, adjutart. William Graves, chaplain. 
Nath'l M'Clellan, quarter-master. Eben'r Young, 
pay-master. James Webb, surgeon. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Matross Company 
Noah Sabin 

Grenadier Company 
WUard Sharp Sam'l Dresser j'r Nehe. Jackson j'r 

Light Infantry 
J. Cummins j'r Par. Whittemore James Bates 

Zeph. Williams David Bfayton Webb Cutler 
J a cob Lyon Luther Tucker Nath'l Lyon 

N. Alexander j'r Eben'r Kiliey ParkerCarpentet 
S- Mourey George Prey Solomon Sikes 

Jonathan May John Chandler Benj. Bradford 
Jona. Niche Is j'r Alpheus Corbin Rufus Coburn 
Elijah Griggs P.Cunninghamj'i'Warren Ingals 
Darius Starr John Joslin John Bates 

Thomas Corbin Marvin Clark liadlcck Penia 



12th Regt. Zabdiel Hyde, It. col. comm'dt. 

Cornelius Sheperd, lstmaj. John Thomas, 2d maj. 

Zabdiel Hyde, j'r, adjutant, William B. Ripley, 

chaplain. Samuel G. Strong, quarter-master. Geo. 

Williams, j'r, pay -master. John S. Peters, surgeon. 

John Paine, surgeonVmate. 

Matross Company 
Samuel Wright, captain. Alvin Lyman, 1st lieut. 
Bela Porter, 2d do. 

Cafitains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company 
Asahel Kingsley Oliver Kingsley Asahel Dewey 

Light Infantry 
Thomas Babcock Oliver Payne ; James Clark 

Jos. fv Eurnham Reuben Mann Pierce Darrow 



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Amherst Scovel Samuel West Ira Holbrook 
Erastus Wattles William Randall Brewster Lee- 
John Curtis Norton Waters Oramel Bigelow 

EUsha Sprague Seba Loomis JohnTownsend 
Jona. Trumbull Edward S Ellis Samuel Talcott 
Anson Gillett Eben'r K< Jones John Northam 
Charles Abel William C. Hills Timo. Williams 

21st Rect. Daniel Wheeler, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Geo. W.Gordon, 1st wiaj. Jonathan Hiliiard,2d maj. 
WiLiam Kinne, adjutant. Erastus Learn ed chap- 
lain. Allen Harris, quarter-master. Isaac Knight, 
j'r, pay -master. Jared Fuller, surgeon. EleazerB. 
Downing, surgeonVmate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Matrass Company 
David Blanchard 

Grenadier Company 
Geo. Middleton Elkenah C.Eaton William Knight 

Light Infantry 
Ros'l Ens worth William Bradford Sam'l L. Hough 

Lemuel WcodardEphraimPrenticeArc Tuckermah 
StephenFarnhamSylvester AdamsSolomon Payne 
Jos. Scarborough John Searls Lovell Cady 

Daniel Keigwin Moses Wylie Samuel Cole 
Nathan Burg is Waldo Johnson John H. Wheeler 
Arunah Butts Wai.Hebbardj'r Thomas Kingsley 
Daniel Hunt John Cole Joseph Hill 

Starr? Kinne Miner Robbins Jonathan Stantoa 
Cyrus Day Simon Hutch ins John Eaton 

Fifth Regiment Cavalry 

Simon House, lieut. col. commandant. 
Stephen F. Palmer, major. Amasa Lyon, adju- 
tant. Sweet, chaplain. Isaac lioxey, quar* 

ter-nrister. Abe) Gay, nay-master. Amasa Car- 
jrol, surgeon. Nath'I Howes, surgeonVmate. • 



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]st Company 

Samuel Bicknal, captain 
Washington Swift, 1st It. 
Danfofth Ke>es, 2d do. 
Alva Burnham, cornet 

2d Company 
Pierce Smith, captain 
Bela P. Spalding, 1st It. 
Comfort S. Hyde, 2d do. 
Benjamin Dow, cornet 



3^/ Company * 
Eleazer Sweetland, capt. 
Roger Bailey, 1st lietit, 
Andrew Weils, 2d do. 
Mason Fitch, cornet 

Ath Company 
John Austin, captain 
Charles Smith, 1st HeuU 
DariusMaihewson,2d do. 
Judah Lyon, cornet 



FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigades. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major General 

I Aids-de-Camfi 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

David Thompson, esq. Brigadier General. 

Lucius Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

— Barrel, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



14th Regt. Elisha Sterling, lieut. col. comm'dt. 

Ros'l Humphreys, lstmaj. Jesse Smith, 2d maj. 

Nath'l llobbins, adjutant. Pikin Cowles, chap- 
lain. Nathaniel B. Eldredge, quarter-master. Wil- 
liam C Sterling, pay-master. Ovid Plumb, surgeon. 
Asa G. Welch, surgeon's-mate. Newman Halley, 
sergeant-major. J <>siah -Pettibone, quarter-master- 
se rgeant. Ge o rge Toby, j T r , d r urn -rnaj o r. Warren 
Cone, fife -maj or. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
John A. Dutcher John Fellows Ira Hall 
David Landon John E. Comas Aaron Crane 



Miles Toby 



John Rockwell 
L 2 



Salmon Pease 



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ftmimWht^leseyJaxn a Grenwett Abial Chapin 

R->b<- t H olcoi- b R. Dutcher 1L nry Post 

1 'a rley I :I ubb a i d lames Sh el don Jam es Bi rd 
Fdnriond Brown Levi Grant Reuben Brown 

Bushne] Knap Augustus Phelps Isaac Spalding 
Atnos tim\t Arunah Deming John Lane 

Johij Ensign Isaac Green Wake- Johnson 

Benp Bigelow Joseph Battle Amasa Cowles 

17th Regt. James Marsh, lieut. col- comm'dt. 
Aaron Smith. 1st maj. Russell C.Abernathy,2d maj. 

Frederick Deming, adjutant Joseph E- Camp, 
chaplain. Briar.t Stoddard, quarter-master. Fred- 
erick Deming, pay-master. Samuel Buel surgeon. 
Samuel Woodward, j *r, surgeon's-^nate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Daniel Garritt Hen. Wadsworth Charles Deming 



Seth La'Hionj'r William Beebe 
Miles Norton Charles Buel 
Jacob O Cailin R Bartholomew 
Levi Mu sell Elisha Loomis 
Morris Wood ruff John Mansfield 
PhineasW Nobie 
Uriel Tuttle Charles Loomis 

Daniel Hall 
James Gilbert Reuben Smith 



Simeon Bissell 
David Buell 
Abijoh Webster 
Fred'k Egg! es to a 
David Rea 
Zimri Skinner 
Luthor Cook 
Julius Oris wold 
Eli Curtis 



25th Regt- Leonard Hurlbut, It. co\ comm'dt. 
>Jath'l Haydeh* 1st maj, Jasper Bidwell, 2d maj. 
Mo-.es Havden } adjutant. James Beach, chaplain. 
Lemuel Hurlbut, quarter-master. William G. Wil- 
liams, pay-master. Amos Belcher, surgeon's-mate. 
Light Infantry 
RuFus Grinell, captain. Luther Hoadley, lieut, 
William Ransom, ensign 



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Cep tains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier C ompam/ 
Oliver Humphrey William Goodwin Joel Hitchcock 

Zbidon Curtis Moses Mills j'r Ira Renh im 
Y\ iiiis \\ light Miles 'Coe feel Minor 

Wiltiam Bunnell Stephen Whedon 

Gideon Mills j'r EbctTr Woodruff Seth Barber 
Is. Williams j'r Anson VVihiams George Giiman 
Joseph Taintor Samuel Austin Elishv Howell 
Samuel Hoadley Eizur Hinsdale Jos'rah Smith 
Robert Wilcox George Adams Richard Case 



35th Rf.gt. John Dickinson, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Samuel Everett, 1st maj, David GouUl, j'r, Id mi j. 

Rufus Baldwin, adjutant. Daniel Parker, chap- 
lain. Guy Wadhams, quarter-master. Henry Can- 
field, pay-master. Samuel Gager, surgeon. 

Matross Company — Abner lAirnlum captain 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

light Infantry. 
John H. Pierce JosiahHopkins j'r Nathan Hart 
Jon. VMiftdhams Zach. Spencer Augustus Miles 

Zimri Wells Tiieron Reach Jonathan North 

Samuel Hopkins Stephen Bonny Daniel Everest j'r 

George King j'r Benjamin Lines Benj'n Hollister 

Eber Bailey Menius Ives 

Orrin Pardee Isaac Lyman Calvin Jackson 

Russel St. John Joseph Miles Erastus Lord 

Joel Wright Reuben Wilcox Luman Stely 



Sixth Regiment Cavalry 
Thaddeus Griswold. lieut. col- comm'dt. 
Abraham Burt, major* Samuel Philips, adjutant. 
Asalael Hooker, chaplain. Joseph Wilcox, quarter- 
master. Halsey Philips, pay-master. Frederick 
Plumb, sergeant-major, Joshua Cornwall surgeon. 



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1st Company 

cm plain 
Samuel Hyde, 1st lit ut. 
Jo&iah Lawrence, 2d do. 
Abraham King, cornet 

2:1 Company 
Samuel Foot, captain 
John Gillet, 1st Heat. 
O-iver Alien. 2d do. 
Elihu Moore, cornet 



3d Company 
Isaac Merrils, captain 
Theodore Ensign, 1st ItV- 
Samuel Philips, 2d do.' 
comet 

Aih Company 
Samuel Brad lev, captain 
Ephr&im II. Moss, 1st It. 
Daniel Huntington,2d do. 
Stephen Clark, cornet 



EIGHTH BRIGADE. 
Ephraim Hinrnan, esq. Brigadier General 

Noble Dooiiitle, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry Brown, Brigade Quarter-Master 

13th Rkgt. Truman Kinman, lieut col. comm'dt. 
David Bird, 1st map Wm. French, 2d m;j. 
Nathaniel Lamson, adjutant. Noah Benedict, 
Chaplain. Nathaniel Tuttle, quarter-in; ster. Shel- 
don E.Levett, pay-master. Anth. Burnt, .surgeon. 
Captains Lieutenants Endyis 

Light Infantry 
David Downs Cyrenus Mallory Thomas Hurd 
Abijah S. Hatch John N.Sherman Nathaniel Bacon 

Peter F. Peck Nath'l Preston Asahel Mitchel 

Eli Mall Japhet Curtis Alvin Burr 

Seymour Knap Adam C. Kasson Benj. T- Lake 

E;i Booth Lyman Painter Squire Hurlbut 

AmosC. Treat A. P. Pierce Amial Piatt 

Phineas Crane William Kasson Abner Strong 
Clarke BeardsieeGilbert TwitchelTheodore Smith 

16th Regt. Moss White, lieut* col. comm'dt. 

Timothy Shepard, 1st rnaj. Noah Starr, 2d m< j. 

Henry S. Whiting, adjutant. Daniel Bujrhans, 
chaplain. Daniel Holley, quarter-master. Marcus 
Botsfc rd, pay-master. Alfred H. Betts, surgeon. 



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Caplalns Lieidcnants Ensign* 

Sellue P. Clarke Samuel Husted Oliver Burr 
Isaac Tomliuson Nath'l B. Nichols 
Levi Stair Daniel Hamilton EzraC* Cozier 

Tho's B.BotsfordDavid C. Peck Austin Broth 
P^liakim Nash Elias Stevens Billa B. Hubbell 
Timothy Weed Solomon Enos StephenRockweil 
Noah S. Barnum Noah L Terry Andrew Andrews 
Charles Jones Hender. Benedict Heman Burch 
Eben'r Griffin David Piatt Ezra Gilbert 



26th Regt. Garrit Smith, lieut. col. romm'dt. 

Isaac Upscn, 1st niaj. Daniel Mills, 2d maj. 
John Buckingham, adjutant. Russel Wheeler, 
chaplain. Orlando Porter, quarter-master. Aner 
Bradley, j'r, pay-master- Anson Tuttle, surgeon. 
J. M.L. Scovil, sergeant-major* Samuel H. Judd, 
quarter-master-sergeant, Edward S. Merriman, 
major of band of music. Chauncev Garnsey, j'r, 
it! rum-major. Samuel Hill, fife-major. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Lemuel Porter James Brown Edmond Austin 
Allen Bunnell Apollos Warner Benjamin Fenn 

Cyrus Clarke Silas Gailly Ansel Porter 

Samuel Hickox James Tuttle Samuel B. Scovil 
David Rovce Lytfiari Baldwin Samml Camp 
Behj. De Forest David WoodwardJchn O'Brien 
Jesse Alcox Gates Upson 

Daniel Eels Ira Hotchkiss 

Luther HotebkissMiles Hotckiss Elihu Mnulthrop 
llcz. C. Peck A>a Fenn Ebenezer Abbot 

29th Regt. William Gogggwell. lieut col. com'dt. 

Timothy Mitchel, ls T m; j Beebe Bine, 2d maj. 

Constantine M'Mahon. adjutant. Samuel Whit- 
tlesey, chaplain. John Ford, quajrter-tn&ster, Wal- 
ter Booth., pay-jnaster. LbuKzer Smith, surgeon,, 



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Hinman Curtis^surgeon's-mate. — — Nicholsoruser- 
geant-major. Francis Tracy, qr. master-sergeant. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

light Infantry 
Philo Mills Zach. Winegar Elijah Skiff 

Enos Camp Abner Northrop R. & Canneld . 

Micali Spooner Cushman Hubbell Lewis Root 
Curtis Titus Mathew Logan Daniel I. Mitchell 
Jame* M'Mahon Ezra Noble William Mygatt 

Samuel Gilbert Dan Carter Asahel Wedge 

Noble Dav Homer Waller BirelseyBeardsley 

Levi Hub5ell Jona. Gidd'mgs Abel Stewart 
Richard Randall Nath'l Randall Daniel A. Treat 



Eighth Regiment Cavrdry. 
Eberezer D. Starr, lieut. col. comm'dt. 
Daniel B- Brinsmade* major. Frederick A. Wai- 
ting, adjutant. Andrew Elliott, chaplain- John Dib 
ble, quarter-master. Warren R. Fowler, surgeon. 



1st company 
Alexander Gordon, capt. 
Smith Dowr s, 1st lieut. 
Erastus Osborn, 2d do. 
Goodrich Dudley, cornet 

2d Company 
Elias Starr, captain 
John Dibble, 1st lieut. 
Ira Benedict, 2d d©. 
Horace Cook, cornet 



3d Company 

Amos Benham, captain 

Archibald Mosher,ist It. 

Drake Lockwood, 2d do, 

cornet 

Aih Company 
Ed mural Bostwick, capt. 
Samuel Canfield, 1st It, 
Augustin Canfield, 2d do. 
Jonas Bryant, cornet 



NOTE. 
£j*The foregoing List of Militia Officers, is copied 
from the Returns to the Adjutant-General, excepting 
a few alterations in the Field Officers, agreeable to 
the appointments in October last. Jt there should be 
found errors in the orthography of names, they are 
to be attributed to the Adjutants, or Brigade Majors* 



COVERNMFNT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

JAMES MADISON, 

PRESIDENT OF THlt UNITED STATES. 

Salary, §25,000 per annum. 

GEORGE CLINTON, 

Vice President, and President ot the Senate* 
Salary, §5.000 per annum. 

Departnen of Slats. 
James Monroe, o- Virginia, Secretary 

Patent Office. 
William Thornton, -uperintendant 

Department of the Treasury* 
Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary 
Kichard Rush, of Pennsylvania, Comptroller 
Richard Harrison, oi Virginia, Auditor 
Thomas T. Tucker, of bouth- Carolina, Treasure? 
Joseph N curse, of Virginia, Register 
Robert Patterson, Director of the Mint 
Edward Jones, Daniel bheldon, Chief Clerks 

War Department. 
William Eustis, of Massachusetts, Secretary 
William Simmonds, Accountant 
Tench Coxe, of Penn. Purveyor of Public Supplies 

Navy Department. 
p<tul Hamilton, of South-Carolina, Secretary- 
Thomas Turner, Accountant 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor 
Charles W. Goldsborough, Chief Clerk 
Navy Agents. 
Samuel Storer, Portland v Maine ; Henry S. Lang- 
Son, Portsmouth* N. H. ; trancis .lojionnot, Boston, 
Vlass ; Joseph Hull, Middletown, Conn. 

Post-OJfiee Establishment. 
Gideon Granger, Post- Master Geneial 
\braham Bradley, Assistant Post-Master-General 



132 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

— <3 — 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshal, of Virginia, Chief Justice. 
Bushrod Washington, of Virginia, "j 
William Johnson, of South Carolina, i 
Brockholst Livingston, of New -York I Associate 
Thomas Todd, of Kentucky, f Justices 
Gabriel Duval, of Territory Columbia, 
Joseph Story, of Massachusetts, J 
Caesar A. Rodney, of Delaware, Attorney General 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington, Clerk 
r & 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

District of Maine. 
David Sewell, Judge 
Silas Lee, Attorney 
Thomas G, Thornton, Marshal 
Henry Sewell, Clerk 

District of New-Hampshire-* 
John S» Sherburne, Judge 
Daniel Humphreys, Attorney 
Michael M 4 Clary, Marshal 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk 

District of Massachusetts, 
John Davis, Judge 
George Blake, Attorney 
J. Winthrop, Marshal 
Nathan (Soodale, Clerk 

District of Rhode-Island. 
David L. Barnes, Judge 
David Howell, Attorney 
Ebenezer K. Dexter, Marshal 
Edmoitd T. EHery, Clerk 

District of Connecticut, 
Pierpont Edwards, Judge 
Hezekiah Huntington, Attorney 



133 

lobert Fairchild, Marshal 
lenry VV. Edwards, Clerk 

District of Vermont 
Elijah Paine, Judge 
Cornelius P. Van Ness, Attorney 
javid Robinsen, Marshal 
Cephas Smith, Clerk 

District of New-York 
Matthias B. Talmadge, Judge 
Nathan Sanford, Attorney 
Jeter Curtenius, Marshal 
Charles Clinton, iun. Clerk 

District of New-Jersey 
lobert Morris, judge 
loseph M'llvaixie* Attorney 
Jliver Baraet, Marshal Robert Boggs \ 
District of Pennsylvania 
Richard Peters, Judge 

\lexarider J. Dallas, Attorney for Eastern Dist; 
lohn Smith, Marshal for do. 

lames Hamilton, Attorney for Western Distri 
Pressley Carr Lane, Marshal for da. 

District of Delaware 
Pushing Bedford, Judge 
George Read, jun. Attorney 
Joel Lewis, Marshal 

District of Maryland 
Joseph H. Nicholson, Judge 
Zebulon Hollings worth, Attorney 
Thomas B. Dorsey, Marshal 

District of Columbia 
William Cranch, Chief Judge 

Buckner Thurston, and Fitzhiigh, Judges 

"'alter Jones, jun. Attorney. Wash. Boyd, Klarsh 



VV; 



I Errata. la preceding page, for J. Winthrop 
read James Prince ; for C. A. Rodney, read Williaai 
IPinkney, Maryland, 



134 v 
ATTORJSTES, 

Admitted at the Circuit Court in Connecticut 



Xlezekiah Huntington, 

Joseph Backus 
Burr age Beach 
Seth f> Beers 
Noah B. Benedict 
Coddington Billings 
David Holies j'r 
Jonathan Brace 
William Bristol 
David Burr 
Judson Canfield 
Jabcz Clark 
William P. Cleaveland 
Alexander Collins 
Samuel CowJes 
David Daggett 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport j'r 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
Theodore Dwight 
Thomas Day 
Josiah Dudley- 
Daniel Dunbar 
Charles Denison 
Jonathan W« Edwards 
Henry W- Edwards 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Eiizur Goodrich 
James Gould 
Calvin Goddarcl 
Jacob .B. Guriev 
John M. Gannett 
Jeremiah Halsey 



esq. DiaCrict Attorney. 
William S. Hart 
William Killhouse 
Uriel Holmes 
Stephen 17 rlosme? 
Enoch Huntir.gtoa 
Jirah Isham 
Rosweli Judson 
Andrew T. Judson 
Nathan Johnson 
Lyman Law 
James La n man 
John H. Lvnde 
John M'CleUan 
Walter Mitchell 
Isaac Mills 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
William Moseley 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
William Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Ephraim Root 
Matthew T Russell g 
Aaron Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Lewis Burr Sturges 
Benj imin Stiles ;'r 
Seth P. Staples " 
-Elisha Sterling 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Terry 
Joseph Trumbull 
Henry Terry 



Ill 



Samuel P. Waldd 
Dyer White 
John Williams 



William Willista* 
Samuel Woodruff 
Tho's S. Wiiliams, esq'rs 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

SENATE. 



George Ci 
Samuel A. 

New-Hampshire 
Richard Cults 
Nicholas Oilman 

Massachusetts 
James Lloyd j'r 
Joseph Bf Varnum 

Connecticut 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Samuel W. Dana 

Rhode-Id and 
William Hunter 
feremiah B. Howell 

Vermont 
Stephen R. Bradley 
Jonathan Robinson 

$%$* York 
!>badiah German 
tohn Smith 

New-Jersey 
iohn LafiibiTt 
(Ohn Cpadit 

Fennxvluaiiiy, 
\r.drew Gr: gg 
Michael Leib 

DelariYire 
ames At Bayard 



nton, President. 
Otis, Secretary. 

Outer-bridge Horsey 

Manyland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Reed 

Virginia* 
Richard Brent 
William B. Giles 

North' Carotin® 
James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South- ( WGiiktit 
John Gaillard 
John Taylor 

Georgia 
Charles Tait 
William H. Crawford 

. Kentucky 
John Pope 
George M. Bibb 

Temmze* 

Jbsepfc AtjCjer^orf 
Geo. W. Campbell 

Ohio 
Thomas Worthmgtoa 
Alexander Campbell 



136 
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Clay, Speaker. 

Patrick M 4 G ruder, Clerk. 

Rev. Mr. Snethen, Chaplain. 



New-Hampshire 

Samuel Dins more 
John A. Harper 
Elijah Hall 
George Sullivan 
Josiah Bar tie tt 

Massachusetts 
Josiah Quincey 
William Reed 
Richard Cutts 
Ebenezer Seaver 
Ezekiel Bacon 
Charles Turner, j 'r 
Eaban Wheat on 
Leonard White 
Isaiah L. Green 
Samuel Taggart 
William Ely 
Elijah Brigharh 
Abijah Bigelow 
Bai zillai Gannett 
Peleg Tall man 
William Widgery 
Wm- M. Richardson 

Connecticut 
Lewis B. Stutges 
Joi nhan (> Moseley 
Benj ■■niinTallmadge 
Fpaph roditus Champion 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Joljn D-venportj'r 
Lymau Law 



Rhode-Island 
Elisha R.Potter 
Richard Jackson j'r 

Vermont 
Samuel Shaw . 
James Fisk 
William Strong 
Martin Chittenden 

New-York 
Samuel L. Mitchell 
Thomas Sammons 
Ebenezer Satre 
William Paulding j'r 
Pierre Van Cortland j'r 
James Emott 
Thomas B. Cook 
Robert L. R. Livings ^n 
Asa Fitch 
Thomas R. Gold 
Uriah Tracy 
Daniel Avery 
Harmanus Bleeker 
Arunah Metcalf 
P B. Porter 
William Pond 
Silas Stow 

New- Jersey 
Adam Boyd 
Jacob Hufty 
Lewis Condi t 
George C Maxwell 
James Morgan 
Thomas Newbcld 






Fmtuifhanid 

Ad urn Stybert 
William Anderson 
J vines "Vi liner 
Robert Brown 
William Rodman 
Jonathan Robe* ts 
William Find ley 
John Smilie 
Aa v on Lvle 
Robert Whitehill 
lOavid Bard 
Roger Davis 
Joseph Le Fever 
J. M. Hyneman 
William Piper 
Abner Lacock 
IViiliam Crawford 
George Smith 

Delaware 
Nicholas Ridgelef 

Maryland 
Phihp BV Key 
jfc&rifi Kent 
Philip Stewart 
Charles Goldsborcugh 
Peter Little 
Alexander M'Kim 
Samu'l Ringgold 
John Brown 
Stephen Archer 

1 irpnia 
John Randolph 
Hugh Nelon 
Thomas Gholson 
Peterson Goodwin 
Thomas "Newton 
Daniel Shdley 



137 

! John Talftaffertti 

F.dwin Gray 
Joseph Lewis j'r 
John Baker 

James Brecken ridge 
John Dawson 
Matthew Clay 
Bur well Basse tt 
Thomas Willson 
William A- Eur well 
John Smith 
Aylett Hawes 
John Roane 
William M'Koy 
James Pleasants j'r 
John Clopton 

North- Carolina 
Willis Alton 
William Blackledge 
Thomas Blount 
Joseph Pearson 
Archibald M'Bride 
Nathaniel Macon 
Meshach Franklin 
Richard Sanford 
William R. King 
Lemuel Sawyer 
James Cochran 
Israel Pickens 

South- Carolina 
D. R. Williams 
Langdon Che eves 
William J^ownde* 
William Butler 
John C. Calhoun 
Eh'as Earl 
Richard Winn 
Thomas More 

Ma 



13S 



&€orgia 
George M. Troup 
William B. Bibb 
Selling Hail 
Howell Cobb 

Kentucky 
Richard M. Johnson 
Joseph Desha 
Henry Clay 
Anthony New 
Samuel M'Kee 
Stephen S. Ormsby 



Tennessee 
John Rhea 
Felix Grundy 
John Sevier 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 

Mississi/ifii Territory 
Geot ge Poindexter (del.) 

Indiana Territory 
Jonathan Jennings, (del.) 

Orleans Territory 
J. Poydras, (del.) 



COMMITTEES. 



Of Ways and Means. 
Messrs. Bacon, Cheeves, Smilie, Bibb, Bur well, 
Johnston and Pitkin* 

Of Commerce and Manufactures. 
Messrs, Newton Lowndes, Milchill, M'Kiip, Tall- 
madge, Seybert and Tallman. 
Of Claims. 
Messrs. Basset, Butler, Shaw, Brown, Moseley, 
Stanford and Archer. 

Of Public Lands. 
Messrs. Morrow, M 4 Kee, Gold, Breckenridge, 
Blackledge, Boyd and Smith, (Penn.) 

Of the jyistrici of Columbia. 
Messrs. Lewis, Ringgold, Piper, Pearson, Baker, 
Stow and Ormsby. 

Of Revisal and unfnislied business. 
Messrs. Juckson, Seybert and Ely. 

Of decounts. 
Messrs. Turner, Blount and Little. 

Of Post-Offices and Po<t Reads. 
Messrs* Rhea, Porter, Lysle, Dinsmore, Taggart, 



139 

Potter, T ,a\v, Chittenden, JTufty, Ridgeley, Kent, 
Shefl'ey, King, Karlc, Hall, (G.) Desha and Morrow. 
On the resolution respecting our Foreign Relations. 

Messrs. Porter, Calhoun, Grundy, Smilie, Ran- 
dolph, , Key, Desha and Seaver. 

On measure* of Public Defence. 

Messrs. Williams, Wright, Macon, Nelson, Stow, 
Maxwell and Tallmadge. 
OnNaval Force, and defence of our maritime frontier. 

Messrs. Cheves, Newton, Milnor, Quii.cy, Cook, 
M'Kim and Fish. 

On the Spanish American Colonics. 

Messrs. Mitch ill, Ribb, Blackledge, Taggart, 
Champion, Butler and Shaw. 
On the manufacture of Cannon, Small Artns 9 &c. 

Messrs. Seybert, Little, Goodwin, Tracy and 
Sturges. 

On Indian Affairs. 

Messrs. M'Kee, Sevier, Morrow, Shcffey and 
Brown. 

COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 

States Officers Salaries 

A env- Hampshire William Gardiner - g 650 

Massachusetts Benjamin Austin * - 1500 

Jlhodc-Island Christopher Ellery - - 600 

Connecticut Jonathan Bull - 1000 

Aew-York James Nicholson - - 1500 

J\eiv-Jersey James Ewhg - - 700 

Pennsylvania Blair M'Clennachan - - 1500 

Delaware John Stockton - - - 600 

Maryland Benjamin Howard - - - 10CO 

Virginia Benjamin Harrison - - 1500 

•A orl h- Carolina She! wood Haywood - - 1000 

South- Caro Una John Dawson j'r - 1000 

Georgia Robert Habersham - 700 



140 

GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STA1E3. 



Nc w-Ha mfuhirc 

A'lassachiisfttls 

fch'jde- island 

Connecticut 

Vermont 

Aew-Yorfc 

jYcw-Jerwj 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North -Carolina 

So nth Ca v oliaa 

Georgia 

Kavucky 

7VtiJiessee 

Ohio 



John Langclon 
Klbridge Gerry 
William Jones 
"Roger Griswoid 
Jonas Galusha 
Daniel D. Tompkins 
Joseph BloornfiLid 
Simon Snyder 

Has'ett 

Robert Bowie 
George William Smit 
Benjamin Smith 
Henry Middleton 
David B. Mitchell 
Charles Scott 
Wiley Blunt 
Return J. Meigs 



GOVERNORS, &C. OF THE TERRITORIES OF THE 
UNITED bTATES. 



Mississippi Territory. 
David Holmes, of Virginia, Governor 
Covvles Mead, Secretary 

Indiana Territory. 
William H» Harrison, Governor 
Joim Gibson, Secretary 

Territory cf Orleans. 
William C. C. Claiborne, Governor 
Benjamin Morgan, Secretary 

Territory of Upper Lotdsixna. 
Fenjamin Howard, Governor 
Frederick Bates, Secretary 



141 

Territory of Michigan. 
William Hull, Governor 
Reuben Atwater, Secretary 

Illinois Territory. 
Ninian Edwards, Governor 
Nathaniel Pope, Secretary 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washington 

I John Mason, of Col. Distriot Agent of Indian Affairs 

'MINISTERS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

At London, John Spear Smith, Charge d'Affairs 
Paris, Joel Barlow, Minister Plenipotentiary 
Petersburg, John Qulncey Adams, Minister Pleni- 
potentiary 
William Smith, Secretary of Legation 
Copenhagen, Geo* W. Erving, Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary 
Rio Janeiro, Thomas Sumpter jun. of Sou.h-Caro- 
lina, Minister Plenipotentiary 

MINISTERS FROM FOREIGN ROWERS. 

Great-Britain, Augustus J. Foster, Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary 
Anthony 'St. John Baker, Secretary of Legation 
James Stewart, Consul for Connecticut 
Mr. Hellish, Consul General for Louisiana 
France, ML Serr-r- ier, Minister Plenipotentiary 

Mons. Lescaliier Consul General 
Russia, Andre de Dashckoff, Minister Plenipotentia- 
ry and Envoy Extraordinary 
M. Ellisen, Secretary of Legation 
Portugal, Joseph Radermaker, Charge d ( Affairs 
Denmark, F, Pederson, Charge d' Affairs 
Sweden, George Miles, Vice Consul for R. Llancl 5c 
Connecticut; at Newport 



142 

CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL A&&NTS OF THS 
UNITED STATES. 

In Great Britain and its Dominions* 



CONSULS 




Elias Vanderhorsfc 


Bristol 


Hubert W. Fox 


Falmouth 


James Maury 


Liverpool 


Thomas English 


Dublin 


Tiiomas Auldjee, Vice Consul 


Poole 


lames Holmes 


Belfast 


John Church 


Cork 


John Gavino 


Gibraltar 


Joseph Pulis 


Malta 


George Johnson 


Glasgow 



In France and its Dominions 

COMMERCIAL AGENTS* 

Sylvanus Botirne, Consul General, Amsterdam^ , 
Isaac Cox Barnet Havre de Grace- 

William Lee, Commercial Agent J3ordeaux 
Thomas A born, Vice Com. Agent Cayenne 
Peter Walsh, Agent Cette 

Eugene Cathalan Marseilles, 

Jfo'h'n Apple ton . Calais 

William Patterson Nantz 

Aaron V tie L'Orient 

Thomas Lovell La Rochelle- 

Francis Cof-frn Dunkirk 

Usury Wilis w Gstend 



In Spain and its Dominions 

CONSULS 

Richstrd & Hackney Cadiz 

Robert Mont^ouierv . Alicant 

Wiliiam Klrkpatrick Malaga 

Louis O'Brien St, Adder* 

John Leonard Barcelona 



John Martin Baker, Tarragona & tbelsles of Majdis 

ca, Minorca & Yvica 
John James Armstrong Island of Teneriffe 



In Portugal and Us Dominions* 
William Jarvis, Consul, Lisbon 
James L. Cathcart, do. Madeira 
John B. Babney, Azores, Western Islands 
Henry Hill, Consul at St. Salvador in Brazil 



In Denmark and its Dominion?. 
Hans Rodo?ph Saabye, Consul Copenhagen 
Thomas Gamble Island of Santa Cruz 

James M. Gregor Island of St, Thomas 

In Prussia. 
Frederick W. Lutz Stettin 

William Clarke Embden 

In Germany. 
John M. Forbes Hamburgh 

Frederick J. Wichfelhausen Bremen 

Phjlip Mark Franconia 

William Riggin Trieste 

In the Kingdom cf Sweden. 
Robert G. Gardiner Gottenburgh 

William Israel Island of St. Bartholomews 

In tlic Italian Slates. 
Thomas App'eton Leghorn 

Alexander Hammet Naples 

Thomas H. Storne • Genoa 

John Broadbent Messina 

Abraham Gibbs Palermo 

In Russia. 
Levitt Harris St. Peter? bur?; 

Samuel Hazard Archangel 

In China. 
"Edward Carrington Canton 



144 

In Turkey. 

William Stewart ■ Smyrna 

In Algiers. 

Tobias Lear, Consul General 

In Tripoli, 

George Davis, Consul 

In Tunis, 
Charles D. Cox, Agent 

In Tangier. 
James Simpson, Consul 



NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES. 



— s* — 

Commanders 
Com. Rodger s 

Decatur 

Capt. Hull 



Ships 
President 
United States 
Constitution 
Chesapeake 
Kew-xork 
Constellation 
Congress 
Boston 
Adams 
Essex 

John Adams Capt Dent 

Wasp 

Hornet Capt. Lawrence 

BRIGS— Sirea 
Argus 
Oneida 
Vixen 
Nautillus 
SCHOONER— Enterprise 
Cutter Ferret 
BOMBS— Vengeance, Spitfire, JEtna, 
GUN-BOATS— 170, in Commission and 



Guns 3 

44 

44 

44 

44 

36 

36 

36 

32 

32 

32 

32 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

12 

12 

12 

12 
Vesuvius 
in Ordinary 



. 






145 
OFFICIAL. 



CENSUS OF THE 

UNITED STATES, 

"FOR 1810. 



Whites Slaves l^ctal 

kistrict of Maine, 228,705 None \ 7nn » ± „ 

(tate of Massachusetts, 472,040 Do. 5 "***■ 

New-Hampshire, 214,460 Do. 214,460 

Vermont, 217,895 Do. 217,895 

Rhode-Island, 76,823 108 76,931 

Connecticut, 261,632 310 261,942 

New-York, 944.032 15,017 959,049 

New-Jersey, 234,711 10,851 245,562 

Pennsylvania, 809,296 795 810,091 

Delaware, 68,497 4177 72,674 

Maryland, 269,044 111,502 380,546 

Virginia, 582,104 392,518 974,622 

Ohio, 230,760 None 230760 

Kentucky, 325.950 80.561 406,511- 

North-Carolina, 386,676 168,824 555,500 

East-Tennessee, 101,367 9,376| 9fil 797 

West-Tennessee, 160,360 35,1595 -* D1 >'-' 

South-Carolina, 218,750 196,365 415,115 

Georgia 110,215 105,218 215,433 

rerritory of Orleans, 41,896 34,660 76 556 

Mississippi, 23,264 17,088 40,552 

Louisiana, 17.834 3,011 20,845 

Indiana, 24,283 237 24,520 

Illinois, 12,114 168 12,282 

Michigan, 4,738 24 4,762 

Mstrict of Columbia, 18,628 5,395 24,023 



Total Slaves, 1,191,364 

Grand Total, - - - 7,239,903 

N 



146 

NATIONAL RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THB 
YEAR 1811. 

Customs, sales of lands, arrears,re-pay- 
ments, and all other branches of rev- 
enue, amounting together to §13,541,446 37 

Temporary loan of Dec. 1810, 2,750,000 00 

Total amount of receipts 16,291,446 37 

Balance in the Treasury 1st Oct. 1810, 3,459,029 72 

Aggregate, §19,750,476 09 

Disbursements during the same year, 
viz. — Civil department,including in- 
tercourse with foreign nations, 1,360,858 98 
Army, fortifications, arms and arsenals, 2,129,000 
Navy Department 2,186,000 
Indian Department, 142,735 
Payments for interest on the public debt, 2,225,800 93 

Total current expenses, 7,994,384 91 

Reimbursement of the temporary loan 

(in March and Sept. 1811) ^ 2,750,000 0C 

Payments on account of the principal 

of the public debt, 5,058,272 8' 

Amounting together to 15,802,657 7\ 

And leaving in the Treasury on the 

30th Sept* 1811, a balance of 3,947,818 

gl9,750,476 

Custom-house bonds outstanding on the 

first day of January, 181 2, and falling 

due that year, are estimated, alter 

deducting bad debts, at 7,500,000 (, 

Pavments for public lands, 600,000 ( 

Other items, 100,000 ( 

Total> $8,200,000 \ 



\Thc Expenses for the same year are estimated as 
follows, viz* 
. Expenses of a civil nature, §1,260,000 00 

. Military and naval establishments, 
viz. — Army, (including 32,000 dol- 
lars for militia) 2,581,000 00 
Arsenals, arms and ordnance, 614,000 00 
Naval department, 2,500,000 00 
Indian department, 220,000 00 
(3. Interest on the public debt, 2,225,000 00 



Amounting 


; together 


to 




§9,400,000 00 




The Public Debt 








Amounted 


on the 


first of Ja 


n. 1812, to §45,154,189 


The annual Interest of w 


hich is 






2,222,488 


PATENTS 


[SSUED FROM THE PATENT 


OFFI 


CE,.FROM 






1790, tc 


1809. 








In 1790 


3 at 30 dollars each 






• §90 


1791 


33 


- 


- ' 


m 


• 


990 


1792 


11 


. 


. 


. 


. 


330 


1793 


20 




. 


. 


. 


600 


1794 


22 


. 


- 


- 


. 


660 


1795 


12 


. 


• 


. 


. 


360 


■ 1796 


44 


- 


. 


• 


. 


1320 


1797 


51 


- 


- 


. 


- 


1530 


1798 


28 


- ' - 


- 


- 


- 


840 


1799 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1260 


1800 


41 


. 


. 


- 


- 


1230 


1801 


44 


- 


• 


. 


. 


13^0 


1802 


64 


- 


. 


- 


. 


1920 


1803 


97 


. 


. 


- 


- 


2910 






- 


- 


• 






1805 


5S 


- 


• 


- 


. 


1740 


1806 


80 


- 


.. 


- 


. 


2400 


1807 


95 


. 


- 


- 


• 


2850 


1808 


158 


- 


- 


- 


. 


4740 


1809 


219 


- 


" 


- 


- 


6570 



1206 §36,18© 



148 

LIST OF COURTS IN THE NEW-ENGLAND 3TA1ES 
FOR EACH MONTH. 



NOTE.— S..F. C. stands far Supreme Federal 
Court. C F. C. Circuit Federal Court. B.F.C. 
District Federal Court. S. J.C. Supreme Judicial 
Court. S.C. Supreme Court. S, C, E. Supreme 
Court of Errors. CV. Common Pleas. C.C. 
County Court. 



JANUARY begins on 
Wednesday, 31 days 

S.C New-Haven 3d,and 
Windham 1st Tuesday 

— Burlington, 1st do. 

— Middlebury, 3d do. 
Norwich, 3d do. 

h — • Rutland, 1st Tuesday 

after 4th do. 
C.P. Boston aod Ports- 
mouth, 1st do. 

— Lancaster, 2d do. 

— Rochester, 31 do. 
— — Alfred, Ut Monday 
— — Northampton, Bris- 
tol 8c Warren, ?d do, 

H — fc. Greenwich 3d do. 
CC Danville, 1st do- 

— Tolland, 4th Tursd- 

FESRUA4>Y begins on 

Saturday 28 days 
S.F.C. Washington, 1st 

Monday 
D ,F C. W i n - \ scar , 1st xlo, 

Newporv, 1st Tu. 

N.liavcn, 3d do. 



S.C. Portsmouth and 
Litchfield, 1st do. 

Manchester, 3d do. 

following 4th in Jan. 

— Hartford, 2d do. 

— — Dover, 4th Tuesday 

C.P. S Kington, 2d Mon. 

Norridgwock & Pa- 
ns, 3d Tuesday 

C.C. St. Albans, 1st do. 

Middlebury, last do, 

- — Fairfielddastdo (alt.) 

— - Burlii-jjtomlasi Mon- 
day save two 



MARCH begins ou 
dav, Si d- 

D F .C.V\ isc :,-<i. t J«tTtt.l 

=- Sal-' m vnd Ports- 
mouth, 3 1 do. 

S J>C l)e. ham. 1st do. 

B >' ton and Nan- 

tucket, 2d do. I 
S.C Newport, 1st Mond.! 

— Bristol, 2d do, 

— ~~- Providence, 3d do. 
C P. Portland 8c Haver- 



149 



hill, lsl Tuesday 

— Taunton, 2d Mond. 
Nantucket,Tuesday 

preceding, last Tu. 

— Concord, Monprec. 
3d Tuesday 

Worcester, Monday 

prec 4th do. 

- Barnstable and Am- 
herst, last do. 

Ipswich, last Mond. 

Machias,3d Tuesday 

C.C. Craftsbury and N. 
Hero, 1st Monday 
— - Woodstock, 3d do. 

N.London, 1st Tues. 

~ New-Haven, Wind- 
ham Scllutl and, 3d do. 

— LitchfVld and Hart- 

ford, 4th do. 
Haddam, last Tu. 



APRIL begins on Wed- 
nesday, 30 days 
C.F.C, New-Haven,13th 

day 
S.J.C. Concord,2d Tues. 

Worcester, 3d do. 

Northampton and 

Ipswich,. 4th do t 
— — Lenox, IstTuesd. 
alter 4th of April 
S.C. Greenwich,2d Men. 

S. Kingston, 4th do. 

C.P. Keene, 1st Tuesday 

Plymouth, 2d do. 

Bobton, 3d do. 

Lenox, 2d Monday 

York, 3d do. 

N 



Dedham, last do. 

CC Fairfield, 3d do. 



MAY begins on Friday, 
31 days 

C.F.C. Windsor, 1st day 

Portsmouth, 19th day 

D.F.C Wiscasset,lastT. 

W indsor, 7th day 

Providence,2dTu. 

Hartford, 3d do. 

S.J.C. York & Plymouth, 
3d do. 

Portland and Ox- 
lord, 4th do. 

S.C. Charlestown, 2d do. 

Plymouth, n.h. 4th 

do. 

C.P. Castine, 1st do. 

Paris, 2d do. 

Haverhill, last do.' 

Wiscasset, 2d Mon. 

Augusta and Edgar- 
ton, 3d Tuesday 

— Northampton and 
Newport, 3d Mon. 

Providence, 4th do. 

JUNE begins on Mon- 
day. 30 days 
C.F.C. Boston, 1st day 
Newport, 15th day 



D.F.C. Boston, 4th Tues. 
Exeter, 3d do. 



S.J.C. Augusta, 1st Tues. 
after 4th of do. 

Wiscasset, 2d do. 

after 4th of do. 
Castine, 3d do, af~ 



150 



ter 4th of do, 

S.C.E Hartford, 1st Tu. 

C. P. Bristol, 1st Monday 

— — Taunton, 2d do. 

Concord, Mon. pre- 
ceding 1st Tuesday 

Worcester, Monday 

preceding 2d do. 

— — Portland, 3d do. 

Salem, last Monday 

C-C. Manchester, 1st do. 

* Newfane & Chelsea, 

2d do. 

Guildhall, 3d do. 

■ Danville, last do. ~ 

N.London, 2d Tues. 

« N. Haven, 4th do. 



JULY begins on Wednes- 
day, 31 days 

S.C. Haddam, last Tues. 

C.P. Boston and Lancas- 
ter, 1st do. 



AUGUST begins on Sat- 
urday, 31 days 
D.F.C. Windsor,lst Mo. 
— — — Newport, 1st Tu. 

N. Haven, 3d do. 

S.C. Newfane, 1st do. 

New-Haven, 2d do. 

— Litchfield Sc Wood- 

stock, 3d do* 
Che;sea,2d Tuesday 

following 3:1 do. 
•— Danville, 3d do. do. 

4th do. 

Newport, 4th Mon. 

C.P, Plymouth aid Exc- ( 



ter, 2d Tuesday J 
— — Machias, Augusta,& 
Giln>antown,3d do4 
South-Kingston anil 

Castine, 2d Monda. 

E. Greenwich, 3d dojl. 

— — Northampton and 

Topsham, 4th Mo, ; 
Lenox & Waterbo- .1 

rough, 4th do. 
C.C. Hartford, 2d Tues* j. 

Windham, 3d do. 

Brownington,4th M. 

Middiebury, last do. 

save one " 
— — St. Albans, last do. > 

SEPTEMBER begins on 

Tuesday, 30 days 
C'F.C.Hartford,17thday 
D.F.C.Wiscasset, IstTu. 

. Salem, 2d do. 

Portsmouth, 3d de. 

S.'J.C. Lenox, 2d do. 

Northampton ScWis- 

casset, 3d do. 

Worcester, 4th do. 

Dedhain, 1st do. after 

4th do. 

Augusta, 2d do. after 

3d do. 
Portland, 4th do. af- 
ter 3d do. 

Alfred, 6th do. after 

3d do. 

S.C. Hartford, Tolland Sc 

Dover, 1st Tuesday 

Windham, 2d do. 

» — Exeter, 3d do. 



151 



•— New -London, 4thdo. 
— — Danhury* 4th do. 

. Bristol, 2d Monday 

Providence, 3d do. 

C'P. Worce ter, Monday 

preceding 1st Tues. 
— Barnstable and Nor- 
ridgewock, 4th do. 

Paris 8tCharlestown 

N.H. 4th do. 

Taunton and Alfred 

2d Monday 
- — Dedham, 3d do. 
. Concord, Mond pre- 
ceding 2d Tuesday. 

Ply mouth, n . h. lstdo. 

• Newburyport,lastM, 

C.C. N. Hero, 1st Mond. 

Tolland, 4th Tuesd. 

Litchfield, 4th do. 

j Woodstock, V-3dM. 

•~— Burlington, Vt. last 
Monday save two 



OCTOBER begins on 

Thursday, 31 days 
C.F.C. Rutland, 2d day 

Boston 20th day 

D.F C. Rutland 10th day 

SJ.C. Taunton, 2d Tues. 

after 4th do. of Sept. 

— Plymouth, 3d do. af- 

ter 4th do. of do. 

— Barnstable, 4th do. af- 
ter 4th do- of do. 

— Cambridge, 5th do. 
after 4th do. of do. 

— Salem, 6ih do. after 

4th do. of do. 



S.C. Lancaster,*** H 1st 

Tuesday 

Haverhill, 2d do, 

Keene, 3d do. 

Amherst, Tuesday 

following 4th do. 

E.Greenwich,! st M, 

S. King ton, 2d do- 

C.P.Boston and Nantuck- 
et, 1st Tuesday 

X. Gloucester, 3ddo. 

— •— Tilsbury, last do, 

NOVEMBER begins on 
Sunday, 30 da) s 

C.F.C. Exeter, 2d elay 

Providence, 16 day 

D.F.C.Ru\land,lstMond. 

Providence 8c Hart- 
ford 3d Tuesday 

SJ.C. Boston & Nantuck- 
et, 4th Tuesday 

S.C. E Hartford,lstTues. 

C P.Newport,Northamp- 
ton &c Craftsbury, 1st 
Monday 

Edgarton, 1st Tues. 

Cystine, 2d Tuesday 

Plymouth^ Portland 

3d do. 

CC. Middletown,4thdo. 

Danbury, 3d Tuesd. 

Rutland, 2d Tuesd. 

New-Haven, 4th do. 



DECEMBER begins on 
Tuesday, 31 days. 

D.F.C Boston and Port- 
land, 1st Tuesday 



152 



——Exeter, 3d do. 
S.C. Haddam,2ddo. 

Tolland, 4th do. 

Fairfield, last do. 

St. Albans, lastTues- 

day save one 
C.P. Worcester, Monday 

preceding IstTuesd. 

Taunton, 2d Mond. 

Augusta, 2d Tuesd. 

Dedham and Povi- 

dence, 3d Monday 



Cambridge, Monday 4 

preceding 3d Tuesd. 

Ipswich and Lenox, 

last Monday 

C.C. Hartford and Nor- 
wich, 1st Tuesday 

- — Windham & Litch- 
field t 2d do. 

— — Newfane 8c Chelsea, 
2d Monday 

— — Bennington St Guild- 
hall, 3d do. 



N.B. As our authorities differ, we cannot vouch 
for the accuracy of the courts of the neighbouring 
states. 

ROADS, 

With the names of good Innkeepers. % 



From JKenv -London^ to 

Boston* 
Montville Haughton 7 



Norwich Port 


6 


Jewctt's-City 


Johnson 8 


Plainfield. 


Eaton 7 


Sterling 


Field 4 


Scituate 


Fish 11 


Providence 


15 


Attleborough 


Mann 9 


Wre.ntham 


Rverit 1 1 


Dedham 


Fuller 1 2 


Boston 


9 




Total 99 



From Boston to Portland 
Lynn Thayer 7 

Salem Tucker 7 

Ipswich Tread well i2 
Newburyport Perkins i2 
Hampton Leavet i5 

Portsmouth iQ 

Kennebeck 29. 

Portland Peck 27 

Total 118 

A. London to A. Haven 
Lyme Parsons i4 

Saybrook Pratt a£ 

Killingworth Crane 8 



* In the largt towns there are many goodlnns 



153 



Guilford 
Bradford 
New-Haven 



Stone 9 
9 
8 

Total 5o£ 



JV. Haven to JSienv-York 



Milford Clark io I 

Stratford Lovejoy 4 | 

Fairfield Pennfield iO \ 
M rwalk Mott ir 

Stamford Davenport 9 
Rye Pennfield ia 

New-Rochell Williams 8 
Harlaem Ilauiey 9 

New-York 9 

- m% 

J\. London to Hartford. 
Waterford Fox 5 

Montvhie Turner 3 
New-Sale^ Tumor 6 
Colchester (Good inns) 6 
Marlborough Bulkelej 8 
Olastenbury Wells 10 
HaktI'Ord *J 

— ' 42| 

Hartford to Albany, 
Farmtrgtoa Phelps 6 
If ew- Hartford Cowles 13 
Sandisfields Hawley i4 
Lenox Caffee-Hnuse 22 
New-Lebanon Hull 1 2 
•Phil uptown 9 

Br.iou-VUlage Lee 7 
Albany 11 



Albany to Utha. 

Schcnactady ] j}^/ 9 ** 

Amsterdam 16 

Caughawanga H.Fonda 9 
Johnstown » 

Palatine Zobriskie 14 
Manheim Pardee 3 
Little Fall Carr 7 

Herkimer 7 

Schuyler Smith 6 

rT 7 Hotel q 

Utica V- r Haii 



S C* House 



93 



£///># to Canandaigua. 
New-Hartford M l C ean 4 
Westmoreland Crary 7 
Vernon Pierson 6 

Sullivan Wimple 9 

. Chuk 10 

Maniius V\ arner 2 

Qe-Vfve Trowbiidpe 
Onandaga Brewster 
M«m"llus Chapman 



Jk^neotolas Lake 
Au thus Bostwiek 

Goodwin 

Harris 



Cayuga 
Junius 

Geneva 

Seneca 
G or ham 



*) Maxwell 
\ Powell 
Ball 



Canandaigua c 



Taylor 
Bates 



94 J 



11* 



m 



Canandaigua to Aiaga- 

ry Fails 
Bloomfield Hall 12 

Lima Morgan 9 

Avon Berry Hosmer 6 
Genesee River J 

Caledo.SmithGansom 8-J 
_JBatavia Keyes 1 1 Roe 4 
Willinck Richardson 14 
Buffaloe-CreekLandon 22 

*RocL atBlaCk } Miller2 £ 
Bertie f 

Chippewa Stevens 16 
Niagara Falls Wilson 2§ 

Total 109 

Niagara Falls to Fort 
Niagara 
v ./ Rorbach 3 
Queenstown Drake 4 
Newark Roch Emory 7 
Ferry to Fort Niagara \ 

Total i4J 

Providence to Hartford 
Plainfield Eaton So 

Windham Staniford i4 
Coventry Fenton i3 

Hartford i7 

Total 74 
Middle roarf from Bos- 
ton to j\c >c W' Haven 



Dedham 
Medfield 
Mendon 
Uxbridge 



Fuller 9 

Holebrook 8 

Thompson i7 

Reed 5 



Douglass 

Thompson 

Pomfret 

Ash ford 

Mansfield 

Coventry 



Dudley 4 

Jacobs 8 

Cady 9 

Clark 9 

Bicknell 8 

Pomroy 7 



E*HartfordWoodbridge6 
Hartford, io 

Meriden Robinson i9 
New-Haven i7 

Total i67 

From Hartford to A .Ha- 
ven, thro 7 Middletown 
Middletown 15 

WallingfordCarrington 14 
New-Haven 13 

— 42 

From Hartford to Wind" 

&or y Vt> 
Springfield Williams 28 
Northampton Clark 19 
Deerfield Beunet 18 

Putney Stowers 23 

Cbarlestown Ely 20 

Windsor Pettis 18 

I26 

Prom Aew-London to 
A'evjport 
Mistic Burrows 8 I 

Westerly Rhodes 7 

Charlestown Stanton 13: 
Tower-Hill Hail la 1 

Narrag. Fer. Gardiner 3 3 
Newport 7 T 

5Qj 



From A eiv- 


-7(5/ 


Newark 


10 


Elizabethtown 


14 


[Woodbrulge 


25 


New-Brunswick 


36 


Rockv-Hiil 


47 


Princeton 


52 


Trenton 


64 


Bristol 


74 


Frankfort 


89 


Philadelphia 


94 



155 

-York to Washington* 

Chester i5 

Wilmington 28 

Christiana 37 

Elk Ferry 49 
Susquehanna (Havre) 64 

Great Gunpowder 83 

Baltimore 98 

Petapsco, Elk Ridge 107 

Gent's 120 

Indian Queen i30 

Washington i38 



%£J a, The publisher is sometimes compelled to de- 
cide upon various information, from equally res- 
pectable sources, and consequently must sometime* 
err. If his friends would make their communica- 
tions as early as in October, it would afford time to 
correct errors which may otherwise escape. Thanks 
are tendered for past favors, and a continuance so- 
licited. 



INDEX, 



ALMANACK, page 5 
Attornies Circuit 

Court Conn. 134 

«> Practising, 

Con. (see counties) 
Academies, Cheshire, 88 

£ Bacon, 89 

Academy, Arts, &c 90 
Banks, 83 

Bible Society, 91 

Census, U. S. 145, 

Courts, 148" 

Co minis, of Loans, 139 



Cities, 80 

Clergy, 92 

Certityiiv-jCom. 99 

Recv'lf Money, ib. 

Delegates, 100 

Candidates and unset- 
tled Ministers, 98 
Colleges, New-Haven, S8 

Harvard, 89 

— WiUiams", 90 

— ■ Rhode-Island, 89 

« — — Dartmouth, ib. 
Middlebury, 90 



INDEX. 



Union, Schenec- 
tady, ib« 
Ccnnecticut— Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, 48 
—Judicial & Civil, 56 
Hartford County ilx 
New -Haven, 59 
New London, 63 
Fairfield, 64 
Windham, 67 
Litchfield, 69 
Middlesex, 72 
Tolland, 74 
Duties, Impost, See. 23 
— — -Rates of Coins, 32 
«-. — — Fees of office, 33 
Information gen- 
erally, 59 
Eclipses, 3 
Free men's Meetings, 18 
Free-Masons, ' 103 
Governors of States 140 
Insurance Comps. 87 
Lodges, 104 
Medical Societv, 100 
— Exannn. Com- 
mittee, Sec. 102 
Militia, 105 
Ministers &: Consuls, 141 
Missionary Society, 91 
Missions, Foreign, 100 
Nomina, to Congress, 55 
Nomination Assi*tants,ih. 



Navy U. S. 141 

Notaries, Conn. 75 

Post-Office, Sec. 4<8 
Post-Masters, 44 

Postage Rates, 4: 

Pnbate Courts, 75 

Patents, 146 

Ports of Entry, Sec 
Receivers public 

money, 47 

Register Act, 41 

Roids Sc Innkeepers, 152 
Society Promotion 

Christ. Knowledge, 92' 
Surveyors, 82 

Tables— Tides, 4 

Weight 8c value 

of Coins, 21 

Interest, pounds, 20 

— . — Value of Cents in 

lawful money, 19 

of Measure, 22 

Polls and estates, 17 

T -act Society, 91' 

Towa Ci'ks 8c Coll'rs 7J 
Tonnage, 31 

Territories, U. S. 140 
United States Officers, 

— Executive 8c State, 131 

— Senators* 135 

— Representatives, 136 
—.Judicial, 132 

— Revenue, 41 

— Committees, 1 38 



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THE 



CONNEC TICUT 



REGISTER, 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



1813 : 



BEING THE THIRTY- SEVENTH OF THE 

INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 

■OOKEXBB 

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

BY NATHAN DABOLL. 



NEW-LONDON : 
COMPILED, PRINTED AND SOLD BY 
SAMUEL GREEN. 



OBSERVATION. 



THE hour of night is, many times, more conven 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than b; 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

R U L E. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on an) 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and yol 

will have the true time of the moon's southing loi 

that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting 1 
you will have the lencjth of the day ; and double th< 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night 

Chronological Cycles for the year 18.13 
Dominical Letter, * C [ Solar Cycle, 2 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- | Roman Indiction, 1 
en Number, 9 Julian Period, 6526 

Epact, 28 J 



Names and Chara£ters of the Planets 

0or § Sol or Sun. © or D Luna or Moor 
"$$. Herschell. \ Saturn. % Jupiter. % Man 
© Tellas, or Earth. £ Venus. $ Mercury. 



Names and Chara&ers of the Afpefts 
6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the sair 

longitude, 
D Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distal 

from each other. II 

g Opposition, when they are 180 degrees di 

tant. 
A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant. 
>jc Sextile, is when two planets or stars are (L 



degrees distant. 



! 'ri , 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR i8i3. 



THERE will be four Eclipses this year, two of the 
Sun and two of the Moon, in the following order 
viz. — 

i. The first will be of the Sun, February ist, at 3h , 
49m. in the morning, invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Moon, February i5th, 
,in the morning, visible if the sky be clear, as fol- 
lows, viz. i r^M pqo^ 

Beginning at 2 23 
Middle 3 49 

End 5 i 5 

Duration 2h. 52m, digits eclipsed 7 and three 4ths 
Dn the Moon's southern limb. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, July 27th, at 9h. 
56m. in the morning, invisible to us, by reason of the 

•Moon's south latitude. The penumbra travels m the 
southern Hemisphere, where, in latitude if* 30* S. 
Jind longitude 24° SO* \V« the Sun will be totally eclips- 
Jd on the meridian. 

' IV. The tourth and last, will be a small Eclipse of 
he Moon, August nth, in the evening* visible if the 
ir be clear. 

h* m. 

Reginning at 8 53 

Middle 10 I 

End n 7 

Duratioa 2h. i4m. digits Eclipsed 4 i-2 on tke 

loon's north limb. 



FttEEMEIN ^-MEETINGS. 

t^REEMEN'S-MEETTKGS, throughout the 
State of Connecticut, are held annually on the 
ird Monday ia September, and on the Monday 
lowing the irst Tuesday ia April, 



AT ABLE jhewitig the difference of High-Heater at fever al 
places from New-London, 

THE fixth column of each monthly page ftiews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Eiizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina— to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtracted — (H) ftands for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

j Annapolis, Novf A 

I 'New-Bedford S 

ofton . A 

urlisgton A 

<an/o A 

vJape-Ann 1 
Cape Fear 

Cafco Bay A 

Charlcfton Bar S 

Fairfield A 
Frederica,G?0rg7tf, S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Hell Gate , A 

Hartford A 

Hingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwich A 

Jamestown A 
Kingftown,£/^«.r, A 

Louifbourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobille-Point A 

Nantucket S 



H . m • | Names of P laces . 
6 30|Newburyport A 



New- Haven A 

New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
Penobfcot 
Penfacola 
Philadelphia 
Pifcataway 

o! Plymouth 
15'Poiepels Ifland 
2o 'Port Royal,. S. £. 

o Portsmouth 

Oj Providence 



Purifburgh, S. C. 

Quebec 

Reedy-Ifland 

Rhode-Ifland 

Salem 

Sandy-Hook 

Savannah 

Sjybrook 

St- Auguftine, B. 

St. John's, Ncuf. 

Sunbury, Georgia, 

Tybee Bar 

White Stone 

Williamiburg, Va. 

\Vilmington,ZV.C. 



j i \ N U i V \i Y , hat li 3 I da v r. 



[New m.2d*y,0h 34 rn- aft. 
{First qr. 9J. 5h. 4o--n.af:. 



Full m 161. Uh, Win ait 
Last qr. 24d. 7h. 47m. m. 



Mi 



Calendar, &c. |©n.|(v)s.|r.sea |r.3>s- 



1.6 
27 

s;c 

42 
5*3 



Jricum Pretty 1 28i4 3 

5 rises 4h. 44m. morn [7 28*4 32 



2d, after Christmas. 7 27J4 33 
O slow of clock 6 m. 7 27j4 3f 
g*ooc/ weather for 7 26*4 34 
M.Epiphany, winter. 

7;5 7*s south 8h. 16 m. 
8, 6.\ More falling 

7jD Perigee. HO D . 
C 1st. suncl. after Ep. 

weather, then 
Days increased 16m. 
cold chilly winds 
5 j $ rises 2iv 42m. mom. 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22|5 

24 

25 

26 

274 

28J5 

2 



5 high Snow 

Full moon. or rain. 
2d after Epiph, 



Variable 
weather 
9 r* s es 5 h . 14m. morn . 
sj'j, ©m» 4 mor. 
2/ south Oh. 12. morn. 
502/. j) Apogee. 
3d dfier Ep. nQ]). W 
Con. St. Paul. [7 



7 26 4 34 

7 25 4 35 

7 24 4 36 

7 24 4 36 

7 23 4 37 

7 22 4 38 

7 22 4 

7 214 39 

7 20ji 40 

4 40 

4 41 

4 42 

4 4 

4 44 

4 45 

4 46 

1 47 

4 48 

4 49 

i 50 



7 20 
7 19 
7 18 
17 
16 
15 
14 

is 

12 
II 



2Z rises 5h. morn. 



7 914 51 



Pcrha/is raimt §14/52 

Days increased 46 m. [7 7j4 53 

16 I j) low, or snow. i7 6j4 54 

30 ( 7 O slow of clock 1 1 m. 7 5 4 551 

31 C .6 »2 2 .Mote moderated 414 56 1 



8 6 

8 57 

9 49 

10 42 

11 33 

ft 5 

1 15 

2 5 

2 55 

3 4$ 

4 59 

5 oo 

6 30 

7 28 

8 26 
9-g2 

10 16 
U 6 

11 54 
morn 

38 

1 22 

2 5 

2 47 

3 29 

4 14 

4 59 

5 48 

6 38 

7 30 

8 23 



$ 5 

Dsets 



50 

5* 

54 

1 

9 

16 



morn. 

24 
1 

2 4 

3 4^ 

4 50 
555 

D rise 

6 
7 



8 7 

9 6 

10 5 

11 2 

12 
morn. 

57 



i 



54 

40 
47 
40 
33 
27 



















> FEBRUARY Imth 28 days. 


New m. 3d. 3h. 49m mo. 


Full m.l5d 3h.56m morn | 


First q. 8d. ih. i5m. mor. 


Last qr. 53d, 4h 


. 57m m« | 


i 2 


V| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|(v)s.|F.sea.|r. 3 s 


New Moon. Rainy, 7 3 


457 


9 


17 3 sets 


2 3 


Purif. B. V. M. dullj 2 


458 


10 


10 6 34 


3 4 


9 rises 5h. 32m mom. 7 1 


159 


11 


2 7 46 


. 4 5 


FuirtidesOsl.ofcLl4m.;6 59 


5 1 


11 


54 8 58 


5 6 


3) Per. foggy wrat/ier.\6 58 


5 2 


aft. 


4510 6 


6 7 


Daysincr. Ih. 6m. j6 57 


5 ,. 3 


i 


37 11 13 


7 C 


! 5th alter Epiph. 6 56 


5 4 


' 2 


29 


morn. 


8 2 


% rises 2'h, 17m. morn. 6 54 


5 6 3 


23 


28 


9 3 


D05. fflfte cold 6 53 


5 7 


4 


18 


1 23; 


104 


Happy the man chilly, 6 52 


5 8 


5 


14 


2 36 


11 5 


5 high, who feels the!6 5 1 


5 9 


6 


11 


3 39 


12 6 


pleasure of a tranquil 6 49 


5 11 


7 


7 


4 33 


137 


mii;d. windy weather '.6 48 


5 12 


8 


1 


5 27 


14C 


'Sep. Sund. Valentine. 6 47 


5 13 


8 


5S 


6 20 


15.2 


Full 3 . 7?«zV6 46 


5 14 


9 


42 


3 ris. 


16 3 


Q O ¥ • or snow ,6 44 


5 16 


10 


28 


6 52 


17 4 


Mew more file msant 6 43 


5 17 


11 


13 


7 50 


18 5 


©inX 7 aft. D Apogee 


6 42 


5 18 


11 


56 


8 49 


19 6 


^ south 10 o'clock. 


6 40 


5 20 


morn. 


9 46 


20 7 


Lowry weather 


6 39 


521| 


3? 


10 43! 


21 ( 


1 Septuages Sunday. 


6 38 


522 \ 


22 


11 40! 


22 2 


Rain or snow, 6 36 


5 24 2 


C 


morn*! 


23; 


□ OD- orboth]6o5 


5251 2 


51 


37j 


U 


St. Matthias. ncarG 34 


5 26 3 


3S 


1 32 


'25 


3 1 )W. //a".9<° days. 6 32 


5 2S 


4 


27 


2 o ftj 


[36 i 


> Days incr. lhour 58n,.}6 31 


5 29 


5 


H 


3 19 


' Qslov of clock 15m. 1630 


5 30 


6 


1C 


4 11 


28 ( 


/Q,uinqwigr8 Sunday. 16 28 


5 32 


7 


Al 


4 55 


The Planet Venus will he morning stai 


• until the 


55th of May, thence evening star until the end of the 


j ear. 





iMAHCK hath 3i days. 


New m.2d. 4h. 43m. alt. 


I'ulirnoohlficl. fill 


. Jm. aft. 


First qr. 9d. 8h. 56m, m. 


La^t qr. 


24& llh.59m.^.tt. 
(v)s.|r'.sea.ir. Js 


M|W| Carendnr,Scc. |©r. | 


1 2 Si. David. 6 V 5- JS27.5 33, 7 


68 5 40 


2 3 Mew moon, ^Perigee ''6 25|5 3s! 8 


5 2 "3>set«- 


;34 AshWtdnes lull tides. 


S>24<5 36, 9 


45} 6 41 


' 4 5 J rises 5h. 33ra. mom. 


6 23J5 37; 10 


39} 7 53 


5 6 6&7??<f pleasant weather.. 


6 21J5 39J11 


32j 9 5 


6 7 Mind your business. 


6 20|5 40 


aft; 


26*10 16 


7 C 1st Sunday in lent. 


6 19 


541 


1 


21J11 27 


8 2 O si. of cluck 11m. 


6 17 


5 43 


2 


17 m -in 


9 3 D0 D . then, 6 16 


5 44 


I 


14J 


32 


10 4 D h:gh. raimje H 


5 46 


4 


1 Oj 


1 38 


1 1 5 Days length 1 lh. 34m. ;6 .1 S 


5 47 


5 


6j 


2 33 


12 6 i nvqidy, chilly^ 12 


548 


6 





3 2 £ 


13 7 jl/ south 8h. 32m. *■ ,6 10 


5 50 


6 


52 1 


4 1 1 


14 Ci2d Sunday in lent. J6 9 


5 51 


7 


41 


4 55 


|l 5 2 i So??ie ffootf' 6 7 


5 53 


8 


28 


5 3£ 


|16 sJFuH D. weather 6 6 


5 54 


9 


13 


j) rise 


117 4 }) apogee. 6ftfMi 4 


5 56 


9 


57 


6 45 


18 5 *£«H grows 6 3 


5 57 


10 


41 


7 41 


19 6 windy and chilly 


6 2 


558 11 


24 


8 3 C - 


|0 7 O'nT 7h.aft.ern. 


6 lJ5 59morn. 


9 3f 


|) C 3d in lent. 


5 5916 I- 


7 


10 34 


p 2 Fly the pleasure tlvai 


5 58*6 2; 


52 


11 S( 


p 3 vvill sMng to-morrow |5 5 66 4| 1 


38 


morn. 


'4 j. nQD. 7;20?*e rahi\j 5 5'6 5 1 2 


26 


2f 


5 1 A mun. B.V.M. 5 5 31,6 7) 3 


15 


i ! 17 


I 6i % i\lh.35m.m. OQ%\5 52 fi 8j 4 


6 


2 9 


1 7 7 3) low. then pleas-ant ^5 5 \\6 9 


4 


58 


2 56 


J € J 4th in lent. Mid L sun. Is 49 


611 


5 


5] 


; 3 43 


1 |9 2 Day's length 12h. 24m 5 48 


612 


6 


4 4 


4 20- 


\ ! c 3 O slow of clock 4 m. p 47 


613 


7 


38 


4 5 


1 11 A. ff P^rirv p."* i Ira 


itfint . 


_n A r\ 


* IS 


S 


31 


5 .16 



r Ai J t\i±j hath 50 days. 

New in. id. 3h. 'fciir~nio7"l FullTn'o. lod.lDhi 33m. aft 

First qr. 7 d. 5h. 4 1 ip ._af. | La^t q t : 25d. 3h . 38 m . af. 



Gel. 



1 5 

2 6 
37 

5i2 



&c. 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
if 
13 
19 
20 
2 1 



New moon 3 
Calendar, 
<*s s, lOii. 13m. new j) 
% rises lh. 25m. morn 
full tides. rtnicl 

5th in Lent. St. Amh 
Cloudy. wet 

j) high. 



©r. ©s.Jb-.seaajr 3 s 



5 44 (5 I6i 
5 4'. 6 18' 
5-4! 6 19 
5 3$ 6 2, 
5 38 6 22 
weather. 5 36 6 24 
Qsl. of cl. 2m. DO j)-|5 35 6 25 
If you would ;5 34 6 26 

UQ\. have a good;5 32 6 23 
servant, serve yourself.' 5 31j6 29 
Palm Sunday. \5 30J6 SO 

13h. 4m.<5 S3 f 6 32 



Days length 

Pleasant 
% sets 2h. morn. 
Full D . D Apogee. 

Good Friday. 



9 26 
10 21 



5 27^6 33 
f : 26 6 3lj 

5 21'6 36; 
\5 23 6 37 



4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
S 

8 46 

9 29 
1 



Some Jljphg. showers ,(522 63S'lO 5 6 
Salter Sunday. 521639,11 4' 



j)sets 
3 4 
9 17 

10 30 

11 34 
rnorn . 

39 

1 3j 

41 
121 

43 

I4l 



Monday. Pleasant 

O in a 8h.mo.no # 

°* O 2 • 3 low. weather 

7*s set 9h. 4m. 

Qfast cl.of2m.nQ j) 
More falling wea.'he? 

1st. af. Easter. Lov/Sun. 5 12. 

St, iMark. *zrar fA*w]5 l 1 6 49 
p7p|ldlene.w hag no advoJj 9 651 
2ffl4 Icate, but many friends |i 8 6 52 
29 j 5 M perigee. elaysh 7 6 53\ 

■""^New 3- Full tick's. 5 66 54' 



5 19 6 41,'morn 
5 18 6 42J 29 
5 17 6 43 j 1 17 

5 6 44' 
5 14 6 46 

64 

6 48 



2 7 

2 57 

3 4H 

4 31! 



4 

4 

5 
3 rlsel 

7 3-6| 

8 

9 
10 2 

i: 

morn J 


1 



3) 


2 5? 


S3 


3 3. 


16 


4 1 


10 


4 4' 


6 


3 set 



MAY Jiatl) 31 clays. 


First qr. 7cU4U, 7m. mo. 


Last qr. 23d* 3h. 21m* m* 


Fullmoon 15d.4h.39m.m. 


New n1oon29c].6h. 34m. af. 


M|W| Calendar, i*c. |(v>ri.|©s.|t\sea. |r. 3 ■'. 


17 


©last of clock ,4 m. 5 5, 6 5.5 1 10 5 


8 if 


2( 


I 2t\ after Easter. 


5 3 


6 57 


11 5 


9 2 3 


3 2 


yi */2f// offileasant 


5 2 


658 


aft^-5 


10 32 
'it 2 s 


4G 


3 high. weather 


5 1 


6 59 


1*1 


5 4 


Gen. Elect. Newport. 


4 


7 


2 S 


morn. 


6 t 


St. John, Evan. 


4 59 


7 1 


2 58 


24 


7 t 


> ' □ O 3 • Perhaps rain. 


458 


7 2 


3 59 


1 5 


87 


1 % rises Oh. 27m. 


457 


7 3 


4 38 


1 47 


9 ( 


J 3tJ after Easter. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 23 


2 20 


10.'; 


J Day's length 14h. 10m 


4 55 


7 5 


6 7 


2 54 


11 I 


) 7*s.set 7h. 49m. 


4 54 


7 6 


6 50 


3 22 


12-1 


? 3 Apogee. 


453 


7 7 


7 32 


3 51 


13 5 


'Gen. Elect. Hartford. 


4 52 


7 8 


8 14 


4 19 


U r 


>: 2/ se t s h . 14 m . m orn . 


4 51 


7 9 


8 58 


4 47 


15,7 


r < Full #. West, winds. 


4 50 


7 10 


9 43 


3 rise 


16|( 


Jl4th. after Easter. 


4 4Q 


7 11 


10 29 


8 26 


17 c ; 


1^01. 3 morn. Some 


4 48 


7 12 


11 17 


9 18 


18! 


l|-3tew» r*i?z 


4 47 


713 


morn. 


10 11 


19 ' 


l> 2/ with >2 • fl^ thunder. 


4 46 


7 14 


5 


10 55 


20 


> ;© fast of clock 4m. 


445 


7 15 


55 


1 I 42 


21 ( 


5 \Q\it n 8 morn. 


4 44 


7 16 


1 45 


morn 


22' 


8 More rain 


4 43 


7 17 


2 35 


21 


23 


C5th a. E.Ro Sn.nO 3 


4 42 


7 18 


3 25 


1 


24 


2 72 fa;' -Mcse days 


4 42 


7 18 


4 15 


1 34 


25 


3 Sap. 6 O 9 - 


1.41 


7 19 


5 5 


2 9 


26 


1 Gen.Elec. Boston. 


4 40 


7 20 


5 57 


2 43 


27 


5 Day's length 14h.42m. 


4 39 


7 2! 


6 50 


3 18 


2S 


6 3 Perigee. Tides swell 


4 39 


7 21 


7 46 


3 53 


29 


7 New 3 . Cloudy if not 


i.Sg 


722 


8 45 


3 sets 


30 


CSun. after ascen. rain 


4 37 


7 23' 9 46 


8 19 


311 


2*7*3, rise 3h. 27m. mo 


4 37 


Y23|l0 47 2 18 



1 JUNE hath 30 days. 


First qr. 5d,4h.30m. ait. 


Last qr. 21d. lih. 29m. mo 1 


Full mo. I3d. 7h.45m.a. 


New mo. 28d. lh.39rn. mo 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|(v)s.|F.sea.|r.l) s' 


1»3 


% rises 1 lh. 55m. m. 


4 36(724,11 48,10 It 


2 


4 


J with 2£. TFarw 


4 3t 


»7 24'aft. tf 


11 12 


3 


5 


stdtry, then 


4 3< 


7 25 


1 4G 


11 46 


4 


6 


Qfast cf clock 2m, 


4 34 


7 2£ 


> 2 31 


morn 


5 


7 


□ O 3 • iowry and 


4 34 


7 2e 


1 3 18 


2] 


6 


p 


Whit Sunday. ram. 


4 35 


727 


4 3 


56 


7 


2 


\ rises 9h. 37m. 


4 33 


'7 27 


4 46 


1 24 


8 


3 


If you would be master 


4 35 


7 27 


5 28 


I 52 | 


9 


4 


of your thoughts, keep 


4 32 


7 28 


6 10 


12 14 


[ib; 


5 them to yourself. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 53 


2 36 


1116 


St. Barnabas. J) apogee. 


4 32-7 2S 


7 37 


3 7 


;12J7 


The clouds denote rain. 


4 3117 29 


8 23 


3 33 


I3JC 


Trin. Sunday* Full D ■ 


4 S]j7 29 


9 10 


j) rise 


[l42 


O &M clock ev. J low. 


4 31J7 29 


9 59 


9 5 


[153 


He who possesses true 


4 31j7 29 


10 48 


8 52 


iJ6 4 


greatness is not proud, 


4 31J729 


11 39 


9 40 


]17i5 


but discreet. Sultry hot 


4 31J7 29 


morn. 


10 19 


1**6 


Day's len. I5h. weather 


4 30 7 30 


29 


10 59 


[l9|7 


21 sets lOli. Sm.jbllow- 


4 30 


7 30 


1 IS 


11 32 


bo!c 


1st after Trinity. eel 


4 30 


7 30 


2 7 


morn. 


[21:2 


Qin 25 5 after. 6 Q g .14 30 


7 30 


2 56 


6 


[22 Is 


(□05- by rain 4= 30 


7 30 


3 45, 


38 1 


i23i4 


and thunder 


4 30 


7 30 


4 35 


1 11 I 


|245 


Nativ, of St. John Bap, 


I 30 


7 30 


5 28 


1 48 1 


25*6 


2 sets Sh. 8m. J) Per. 


4 31-7 29 


6 23 


.2 25 j 


26!7 


././ growing season 


43! 


7 29 


7 22 


3 12 j 


27jC;2d after Trin. if not 


4 31 


7 29 


8 22 


4 I 


28 2 New 5- Full tides, too 


4 31 


r 29 


9 23 


D sets 


29 3 jSt. Peter. J high, rfry 


I 31 


r 29 10 24 


8 48 I 


.SoU'Osl ofcl.Sm.D. sh.2ra. 4 3T 


r 29U1 21 


9 46 j, 



JULY hi h 3 1 diva. 



First qr. 5?-^h. 53m- m. I Lastqr.2od, 
Full moon 13d. 91*. 37m. m. | New mo,27i 



M | V V j Calendar, &c. | (v)n.|(v)s 



5h. 10m. Alt- 
d- 9 h . 56m. m. 
sea ji A 



6 

r 

4 C 

52 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

U 

L5 
6 

)7 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22|5 
5 
24;7 
25 C 
3612 
27\s 
28 4 
295 
30 6 



^ *eis 9h, 20 m. 

Vistia. V, M. 

Hot Weather. 
3d. aft. Trin, Indpend 
)n O D • celebra. today. 
some rereshing 
} \ south at midnight, 
[§Q h ) apogee. 
! s /lowers with thunder. 
Days s'mrt. 12m. 
4th alt. Trin. 
O slow of ch 5m. } \6 
% rises 9h. Full > 
A tatlsr is the pesc of 
soe'et. A backbiter it 
both a coward and a 
knave. Hot. sultry 
5th. aft. Trin. 
9 sets 8 h. 14m. weather 
D03 some f'avn 

near these days 
%h J togeth. j) perig. 
O in SI 4. morn. 

Thunder showers. 
6-h af. Trin. St. James 
J high tides swell. 
New J. in many places 
]> with 9 . Hot weather 
Days short. 42m. 
O slow of clock 6m. 
7*s. ri.llh.20m.£O $ 



4 32 


7 28 


i4 32 


7 28 


4 32 


7 28 


4 35 


7 27 


4 33 


7 27 


4 33 


7 27 


4? 34 


726 


4 34 


7 26 


4 35 


725 


4 36 


7 24 


$ 36 


7 24 


4 37 


7 23 


4 38 


7 22 


4 38 


7 22 


4 39 


721 


4 40 


7 20 


4 40;7 20 


441<7 19 


4 42*7 18 


£43 


7 17 


143 


7 17 


j, 44 


7 16 


4 45 


7 15 


4 46 


7 14 


4 47 


7 13 


4 48 


7 12 


t 49 


7 11 


i 50 


7 10 


4 51 


7 9 


452 


7 8j 


4 53 


7 7 



10 5 o 

11 * 
il 22 
il 50 
morn. 

lg 

56 

1 it 



49 

8 38 

9 29 

10 20 

11 10 
12 
fiorn 

49 
I 38 

2 27 

3 IS 

4 II 

5 6 



9 3 
9 59 

10 52 

11 41 
aft 28 



1 45, 


2 18 


3 1 


3 43 


j) ris< 


8 I 6 


5 53 


9 3: 


10 4 


10 37 


11 9 


U 42 


morn. 


20 


5o 


1 4 9 


2 39 


3 29 


3 sets 


8 6 


8 42 


9 18 


l>,4pj 



AUGUST hath 31 days. 


First qr. Sd.llh. 14m. aft. 


Last qr. I8d.9h.56m. aft.! 


Fulim. Ud.lOh.lOm.aft. 


New m. 25d.8h.21m. af, 


M 


|VV| Calendar, &c. |@ri.| ®s. 


F. sea. jr. 3 s. 


1 


C:7th aft.Trin. Lammas. 4 54 7 6 


1 


12110 \4 


2 


2 Westerly winds. 4 55j7 5 


1 


56J10 42 


3 


3 J D © D . £o7?2c showers > 4 56j7 4 


2 


S911 IS 


4 


4 jWhentheFox preaches^ 57V7 3 3 


22 11 44j 


5 


5 llet the Geese beware. 4 58*7 2 4 


7 morn | 


6 


6 3) apogee, if of weather] 4 59 { 7 1 4 


53 id 


7 


7 


9sets8h. im. and t 5 0\7 5 


41 Si\ 


8 


C 


8th af. Trin. J low.;5 16 59 6 


31 1 3 / j 


9 


2 


thunder in some ji laces. \ 5 2j6 5 8 7 


22 : 2 2tj 


10 


3 


Days short. In. 8m. [5 4 6 5.6 8 


13 


3 HI 


ll 


4 


Full D .©si of cl. 5m.|5 516 55, 9 


5 


j) ris(| 


12 


5 


7*s rise 10b. 35m. J5 6 


G 54] 9 


56 


7 3! 


13 


6 


6 south 11 h- 6 G>i|45 7 


6 53 10 


46 


8 1 


14 


7 


liai?i near this timers. 8 


6 5211 


36 


8 4(1 


*5 


C 


9th aft. Trin. AssumpJs 9 


6 51 morn. 


9 1. 


16 


2 


Suet ry, hot weather. 15 1 1 


6 49! 


27 


9 4 


17 


3 


D0# thunder showers' 5 12 


648' 1 


17 


10 2 


18 


4 


Q O 3) ' ft» ??za?2z/ /daces) 5 1 3 


6 47 


2 


10 


11 1 


19 


5 j 1 ^ south 9h.4m. j) Per.J5 14 


6 46 


3 


4 


11 4 


20 


6 l^i becomes morn. star.15 16 


6 44 


4 





morn 


21 


7 >Mgh. Westerlt/ { 5 17 


643 


4 


58 


3 


22 


C ;10th aft. Trin. winds. 


5 18 


6 42 


5 


56 


1 2 


23 


2 O * m ^ 10 mom. 


5 19 


6 41 


6 


45 


2 2fl 


2-1 


3 St. Barthol. Foggy 


5 21 


5 39 


7 


51 


o 11 


2.5 


4 Commcn. Cambridge & 


5 22 


6 33 


8 


45 


DsetJ 


26 


5 i £Dart mouth'. 


5 23 


5 37 


9 


36 


7 1 


27 


6 '■ <5 O $ mornings . 


'5 25 


5 35 


10 


24 


7 4l 


28 


7 Day's short. Ih. 52m. 


5 26 


5 3-1 


11 


1C 


8 1 


29 


C lUiiaft.Trin.St.JohnB-.j5 27 


6 33 


11 


54 


8 4 


50 


2 O and clock even. 15 2 £ 


6 32 


aft. 


38 


9 ll 


i\ 


3 7* ; risv9>.24m. Dapo.15 30 


6 30 


1 


22 


9 4\ 



^bEPl EMBER ha th 30 days 
Firstqr. IS. 5h.l3m. aft. 



New m.24d. 9h.24m. m. 



Last qr. 17d, 3h. 21ra. m .. 
Full iti. lod. 9h. 16m. mo 



MlWj Calendar, Sec. l& Vi.lQs.lF.seaJ rT^' 



25 

3 

4 

5 

62 



7 
8 
9 

io 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
■* 29 



! !30 5 



531 

12 

5 34 



5 36 
5 38 
5 39 
5 40 
5 42 
5 43 



Commen. Providence 
2 sets rh.30m. a © D 
JVarmyJoggy. 
J low 
12th after Trin. 

Notherly winds 
% south 9 h. 21m. 
Commenc. N.Haven. 
(Nativ.B.V.M. 
7*s rise *h. 49m. F. 5 . 
Ssets 11 o'clock. 
1 3th after Trin. 
1 perigee. 

% rises 2h 42m. morn. 
Rain near 
these days*. 
Q O D . Windy 

D high. weather. 

14th aft. Trin. 

A storm about 
St. Matthew. J) with % 
Days and nights equal 
O in =36 7 morn. 
New ]>, r//& time. 6 

2/ sets llh. 20m. 6 
15th after Trin. Windy § 
D Apogee. weather. 6 
7*'s rise 7 h. 44m. 6 

Pleasant. 6 9 
Qfast of cl. 10m. 6 11 



6 29 
6 28 
6 26 



35 6 25 



6 
6 
6 
6 
06 



544 L 6 16 
5 46 
5 47 
5 49 
5 50 
551 
553 
5 54|6 
555 
557 
5 58 
5 59 
6 





2 5 58 

56 



6 
52 
36 
28 
18 
9 
1 
53 

8 44 

9 36 

10 28 

11 20 
morn. 

13 



1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
S 
9 
9 

10 

11 

aft, 

1 



10 19 

10 57 

11 36 
11 54 
morn 

13 

1 42 

3 11 

4 12 
5 rise 



20 
54 

29 
10 
50 
40 

26 



morn 
2q 



30 
34 
38 
39 



Dsets 
6 58 



27 
57 
30 

43 



OCTOBER hath 31 days. 



First qr. 2d. noon. Last qr 

Fall m. 9d. 7h. J44m. aft. New m 



16d. 10h.47m.ro, 
•24d.lh. 9m. mor. 



M|VV| Calendar, Sec, i |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. D s| 

_ _ 

2' 



Isil 



?sets 7h. 10m. 6 

i) low. DO)- 6 

16th after Tnn. 5 

Cool nights. 6 
Day's length llh.26tri. 6 

4 H© ^ Windy. 6 

5 7*srise 7h. 12m. 6 

6 i sets Oh. 47m. morn 6 

7 Sup. 6" ©$. Full J. A 6 
C 17th after Trin. storm 6 
t 3) perigee. £* «rar. 6 

© fast'of cl. 14m. 6 

Cool weather. 6 

2/ rises 2 h. 22 m.mor. 6 

5 4 3) high. Some 6 

/Ia0). frost\Q> 

18th aft. Trm. 1.6 

More ?rti>2.\5 

Ston .Bap. As. J With 2/ .|6 

Avoid the company ofj6 

gamesters, as you would 6 

pest lence o^ misery. 6 

;0 $n ni w 3 aftern. 6 

19th aft. Tvia. New 3 . 6 

12 sets 9h- 35m. 3&pp.j6 

7*s rise 6 o'cl. 6 

A N.B. storm will 6 

O fast of clock 16m.. 6 

l)!ow, soon a/./; ear. 6 

7 -Day's length lOh.lSm.6 

Cfeoth after Trn. 6 



12 


5 43 


13 


5 47 


15 


5 45 


16 


5 44, 


17 


5 43 


19 


541 


2C 


5 40 


21 


5 39 


23 


5 37 


24 


5 36 


26 


5 34 


27 


5 33 


28 


5 32 


30 


5 36 


3) 


5 29 


3? 


5 28 


34 


5 26 


35 


5 2o 


36 


5 24 


38 


5 22 


29 


5 21 


40 


5 20 


42 


5 18 


4 5 


5 I? 


44 


5 16 


4 j 


5 15 1 


46 


5 13 


47 


5 K 


49 


5 11 


51 


5 9 


52 


5 8 



2 29 



3 U 

4 fc 

4 59 



5 50 

6 41 

7 32 

8 24 
'9 16 

10 iC 

11_ 6j 7 1 



morn 
4 



10 



11 p 

mo v r 

1 

2 £ 

3 |j 

4 2; 
3) ris< 

6 s: 



2* 
1 

57 



7 5- 

8 4< 

9 3: 
3< 

II 3 

morn 

*0 

3' 

2 1 






3 

'I* 

8 45] 4 5 

9 28* } set 
10 l$l 6 
10 57" ( 7 1 
1 1 42j 7 4 
aft. 29, 8 

1 17] 9 

2 6;10 
2 55:10 



NO n v j£'tviis&H nam ^>o days. 



Last qar. Id. 6h. lim. m. I Last qr-14d. 9h. 14m. aft 
Fullm. 8d. 5h. 36m. mo. | New m- 22d. 7h.llm. kl 
First quart. 3Qd. lOh. 16m. aftern. 



M 



W 



Calendar,&x. | © ri* | © s 



□ 0) 



DO D 

Lowrij 6 54 5 



All Saints* 
) with % 

weather about 
% sets Oh. 16m. morn. 
these days 
Day's length lOh. 2m, 
2 1st after Trfn. 
]) perigee. Full @ 

Creditors have bettei 
memories than debtors. 
© high. Westerly 

Q fast of elock 1 5 m. 
2 sets 7 h . 20m. winds . 
22d aft. Trin. D0]). 
A'bw comes rain 
Day's length 9h. 40m. 
7*s south at midnight. 
Chilling weather 
about thin 
% r?. Oh. 24m. m. 6 Q# 
23d after Trin. time. 
© in f 11 mo. <5 ©]>. 
j) apogee. JVbw 

5 low. aged autumn 
>2 sets 7h. 42m. brews 
J with I2 - tf winter 
© fast of clock 12 m. 
>\dv#nt Sund. storm 
7*s south Uh. 8m. 
St. Andrew. D © D 



6 55 ( 5 

6 57J5 
6 53J5 
6 59*5 




6 

7 

S 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

1 

7 19 

7 19 

7 20 

721 

7 22 

722 



5 1 
5 

4 5? 
458 
4 56 
5(4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
4 52 
4 51 
4 50 
4 49 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
4 45 
4 44 
4 43 
4 42 
441 
4 41 
4 40 
4 39 
453 
4 38 



SiM 



I'*- 3 s 



45 11 5e 

34 morn 
23' 57 



1 



1 

4 ! 
57' 
52 



2 3 



20 



4 

5 

49 Drise 

10 49 6 

11 5lj 7 26 
morn.! 8 2 1 



52 


9 24 


1 51J10 27 


2 48 11 31 


3 40'morn. 


4 29 


35 


5 15 


1 3A 


6 oj 2 3g 


6 431 3 37 


7 25, 4 26 


8 8 5 34 


8 52j3)se*t 


9 37 


5 39 


10 23 


6 28 


11 10 


7 1 


11 59 


7 52 


aft. 47 


8 43 


1 35 


9 41 


2 23 


10 39 


3 11 


11 413 



Full moon 7d. 3h.38m. af. 
Lastqr.14d.llh. 6m. m. 



DECEMBER halt; 31 days. 



New m. 22d. 2h. 28m. a 
First qr. 30d.llh.23m.m 



M W| Calendar, fcc. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r.#. R 



?sets7h. 45m □©# 



7 23 4 437 



O slow of clock 10m 

Cold weather 
Windy. 
2d Sunday in Advent 

2 } perigee. E © $ . 

3 Concep.B.V.M.FuH© 

4 ^ high. An 

5 7*s south 10b. 24m. 
Easterly storm. 

Snow or rain. 
Cj3d in Advent. 
2 Ssets llh.38m. 6* ©$ 
DO). More 

Jailing weather 
near this time 
© fast of clock 3m. 
Day's length 9h. 
4th in advent. Cold 

% rises 10h.21m.wzWi/ 
©inVJ 11 aft. [weather 
New moon. D low.. 
3) apogee-/b7' some days 
more moderate. 
Christmas, at fires ent 
D with 9.St,Stephen 
St. John. a snow 

Innocents. storm 

The rolling month* 
have fled, the year v 
past. Farewell. 



7 24 4 36 
7 24 4 36 
7 25 4 35 
7 25 4 35 
7 26 4 34 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
C 
2 
3 
4 
23J5 
246 
257 
26JC 
27i2 
28 3 
294 
30*5 

Is h 



726 
7 27 
727 
728 

728 
728 
7 29 
729 
7 29 
7 29 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 



4 34 
433 
433 
432 
4 32 
4 32 
431 
431 
431 
431 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 



58i norn 
46| 4S 

1 55 

3 

4 1' 

5 2f 
<[ ris< 

5 5 

\i 

9 



10 24 

11 26 
mornj 

26 



5' 



7 3014 30 
7 30 4 30 



7 30 
7 30 
729 
729 
729 
72 
7 29 
7 28 
7 28 



4 30 
4 30 
431 
4 31 
431 
131 
131 
4 32 
4 32 



23 
15 

3 
48 
31 
14 
56 
39 
23 

9 
56 
43 
32 
2) 
, 8 
56 
42 
39 
lb 

4 



morr 
2 
1 

2 



4 

5 

6 
Jse 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
nrjor 





Rates at which Taxable Polls a nd E&tates 

are put in the grand levy, in 

the State of Connecticut. 

F)LLS from 2l to 70 years of age, at g60 

Polls from 1 8 to 21 years of age, at 30 

Oxen and Bulls, four years old, at. 10 
Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls, three years 

old, at 7 
Sceers, Heifers and Bulls, two years old, a 3 34 
Horse kind three years old, at 10 
Horse kind two years old, at 7 
Horse kind of one year old, at 3 34 
Stallions more than three years old, at 67 
Mules three years old, at 10 
Mules two years old, at 7 
Mules of one year old, at 3 34 
Covering Jacks, at 34 
Acres of »Moughland, at 1 67 
Acres of Upland, Mowing, and Clear Pas- 
ture, at I 34 
Acres of Boggy Meadow, mowed, at 84 
I Acres of Boggy Meadow, not mowed, at 34 
Acres of Meadow Land in Hartford and Mid- 
dlesex Counties, at 2 
* Acres of other Meadow Land, at 1 
Acres of Bush. Pasture, at 
Acres of uninclesed Land, first rate, at 
Acres of uninclosed Land, second rate, at 
Acres of uninclosed Land, third rate, at 
1 Coaches, at 168 
Chariots, at 134 
Phaetons, at 100 
Coachees, at 75 
Curricles, at 6tf 
Chaises, Chairs, ©r other two wheel Carria- 
ges— fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, or 
sixty dollars, according to their value. 
Other four wheel carriages on springs, at 36 
Gold Watches, at " $<$ 
fcflver Watches, at ft 



Steel and Brass wheeled Clocks, at g20 

Wooden wheeled Clocks, at 7 

Fire places, first class, at 5 

Fire places, second class, at 3 75 

Fire places, third class, at 2 50 

Fire places, fourth class, at 1 25 

Stores, one story high, at 10 

Stores, two stories high, at 20 

Stores, three stories high, at 30 
Ounces of Silver Plate, at gl 11 per oz. at 

six per cent* 
Dollars on interest, at six per cent. 
Dollars, Bank Stock, at three per cent. 

Sheep added as a penalty, at 75 

N. B, The poll of each non-commissioned offi- 
cer and private of the militia, is exempted from tax* 
ation ; provided he produces a certificate from the 
commanding officer ef the company to which he 
belongs, on or before the 10th of September, annual* 
ly, that he is equipped according to law, and dres- 
sed in uniform— 3ind has performed military duty 
according to law, except when prevented by some 
reasonable excuse. 

The Listers may abate for old or decayed houses, 
one fourth, one half, or three fourths of the sum at 
which they are put in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this State, is no< 
put in the list when taxed in the State in which 
such Bank is kept. 

Attorneys, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanic^ 
are exempted from assessment for two years from 
the time they commence business 



T A B L R, 

'Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



cts. 


9. 


d.f 


cts 


5. 


d.f. 


cts 


s. d.f. 


cts A 


r. d.f. 


1 





3 


26 


1 


6 3 


51 


3 2 


76|4 6" 3 


2 





1 2 


27 


1 


r 2 


52 


3 12 


77 


4 7 2 







2 1 


2f 


1 


8 1 


53 


3 2 1 


78 


4 8 1 


4 





3 


29 


1 


9 


54 


3 3 


79 


4 9 


5 





3 2 


30 


1 


9 2 


55 


3 3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


6 





4 1 


31 


1 


10 1 


56 


3 4 1 


81 


4 10 1 


7 





5 


82 


1 


11 


57 


3 5 


82 


4 11 


8 





5 3 


33 


1 


11 3 


58 


3 5 3 


83 


4 11 3 


9 





6 2 


34 


2 


2 


59 


3 6? 


84 


5 2 


10 





7 1 


35 


2 


1 1 


60 


3 7 1 


85 


5 11 


11 


o 


8 


36 


2 


2 


61 


3 8 


86 


5 2 


12 





8 3 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 8 3 


87 


5 2 3 


13 





9 1 


38 


2 


3 1 


63 


3 9 1 


88 


5 3 1 


14 





10 


39 


2 


4 


64 


3 10 


89 


5 4 


15 





10 3 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 10 3 


90 


5 4 3 


16 





11 2 


41 


2 


5 2 


66 


3 11 2 


91 


5 5 2 


17 


1 


1 


42 


2 


6 1 


67 


4 1 


92 


5 6 1 


18 


I 


1 


43 


2 


7 C 


68 


4 10 


93 


5 7 


19 


I 


1 3 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 


4 13 


94 


5 7 3 


20 


1 


2 2 


-45 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 2 2 


95 


5 8 2 


21 


I 


3 


46 


2 


9 


71 


4 3 


96 


5 9 


22 


1 




47 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 3 3 


97 


5 9 3 


23 


1 


4 2 


48 


2 


10 2 


73 


4 4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


24 


1 


5 1 


49 


2 


11 1 


74 


4 5 1 


99 


5 11 1 


25 


1 


6 


50 


3 





75 


4 6 


lioc 


16 



Money accounts of the United States are to be ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dismes or Tenths, 

'ents or Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths. 
\ Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar, a Cent 
.he hundredth part of a Dollar^ and a Milk the 
housandth part of a Dollar. 



A TABLE of Simple In terest at 6 per Cei 


For any Sum from 20.9. to £.1 000. 




i 


Mon. j 3 Mon. | 6 Mon. 


1 A Year. 


£• 


s. 


d. 


?• 


s, d. q. 


s. d. q. 


s, 


d.q. 


X 





1 





032 


7 


X 


2 1 


2 





2 


1 


070 


120 


2 


43 


3 





3 


2 


O 10 3 


1 9 2 


3 


7 


4 





4 


3 


1 s 1 


242 


4 


9 ° 


5 





6 





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Connecticut Register. 

POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. | 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For letters carried by land, single, double, &e. 

Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents* 
over 40 90 i0 

90 -JLm — - 150 l2£ 

150 — *- 300 17 

300 500 — 20 

500 - 25 ; 

Doubie letters are double, triple letters triple, anc 
quadruple letters, quadruple of these rates. A packe 
the weightof one ounce, the rate of four single letters 
and in like proportion for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for intermediate miles. 

Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the 
property of the United States, S cents ; double letters 
16 cents, and triple letters, 24 cents. All letters oi 
packets by private vessels, 6 cents each, with the ad- 
dition of postage, if destined to any other place than 
where the vessel may arrive. ■ 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, 
or break bulk, until the master hath delivered to the 
post-mister all the letters brought in his vessel except 
those for the owner or consignee. 

Postage on Newspapers. 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles one cent— 
and over 100 miles one and an half cents. But, if 
carried to any post office in the state in which it is 
printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is only 
one cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet.- 
Any distance not exceeding 50 miles, 1 cent. Over 
50, and not exceeding 100 miles, 1£ cents. Any great- 
er distance, 2 cents. 



23 
LIST OF 

rOST-OFFICES AND PoST-M ASTERS, IN THE STATE Off 
XONNECTICUT ; ALSO OF THE PRINCIPAL CI- 
TIES AND TOWNS IN THE UN II ED STATES. 



State 

POST-OFFICES. 

Ash ford 
Berlin 
Bethlehem 
Branforc] 
Bridgeport 
Brockfield 
Brooklyn 
Burlington 
Canaan 
Canterbury 
i Canton, or West-Sim 
Che ] sea Landing 
Cheshire 
Chester 
Colchester 

okbrook 

fornwali IJridg® 
Cornwall 

oven try 
Danbury 
Derby 
Durham 
&ast-Haddam 
East-Hartford 
East- Windsor 
Enfield 
Fairfield 
Farmirfgton 

xlastenbury 

ioshen 
branny t 
pfyecnvvich 



of Connecticut. 

post- piasters; 
David Bolles 
George Hubbard, j'r 
Joseph Brooks 
Jonathan Barker 
Jesse Sterling 
Robert B. Ruggles 
Adams White,* j'r 

• Wait Lcwrey 
Ely Weston 
Gad BuTkeley 
sburyJared Mills, j 1 * 

"Jacob De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock 
Bani Denison 
Samuel A. reters 
Selah Treat 
William Lewis 
Henry Christie 
Silas Hibbafd 
Zalmon'Wi'drnan 
S< J. Andrews 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Len uel White 
Aaron Bisseli 
William Dixon 
David Judsop 
Sa rriuei Richards 
Joseph Welles 
Erastus Lyman 
Ke.zc kiali Goodrich 
jui&.c Weed 



Guilford 

Hadd&m 

Hartford 

Harwintoa 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Jewett's City 

Kent 

Killingly 

KiDingworth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middletown 

do. Upper Houses 
Ivlilford 
Mistick River 
New-Hartford 

New-Haven 
New -London 
Newtown 

Norfolk' 

Northford 
Northington 

North-Stonington 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Oxford Parish (E. Hart 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Pomfret 

Preston 

Reading 

Ridge field 

Ripton Parish 

River Head 

Rocky Hill 

Salisbury 



24 

Medad Stone 

Simon Smith 

Jonathan Law 

William Woodruff 

Simon House 

Augur Clark 

John Johnson 

Lewis St, John 

Joseph Adams 

Samuel Crane 

Samuel Bailey, j'r 

Moses Seymour, j'r * 

Marshfield Parsons 

Roger Gurley 

Enos H. Buell 

Isaac Lewis 

Thaddeus Nichola 

Samuel Rose 

Jirah Bull 

Zabdiel Rogers 

Theodore Cowles 

Jesse Atwater 

Richard Douglass, 2d 

Caleb Baldwin, j'r 

Joseph Jones 

Elnathan Tyler 

Preserved Marshal 
Daniel Parker 

William M. Betts 
Gardner Carpenter 
:,) Wells Woodbridg* 
David Conde 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Daniel Briggs 
William Comstoc^ 
Timothy Keeler 
Charles De Forest 
Jeremiah Com stock 
Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Churchy 



Saugatuck 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Trumbull 

Wallingford 

Warehouse Point 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Watertown 

Wethersfield 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

jWoodstock 

Vernon 

Portland 



Portsmouth, 

Boston 
Salem 
Newburyport 

(Newport 
[Providence 



25 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt j'r 
George King j'r 
Noah A. Phelps 
R. Lewis 
Benjamin Hebb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckerman 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
William Gay 
John Nichols 
Elijah Smith 
Eliakim Beach 
James Carrington 
Charles Reynolds 
Chauncey Camp 
William K. Lampson 
Be jamin De Forest j 
James L. Belden 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Higley 
Charles Taintor 
William Howard 
Daniel Huntington 
William Howen 
Lebbeus P. Tinker 
District of Maine. 

James Wingatej'r 
State of New-Hampshire. 
Mark Simes 
Massachusetts. 

Aaron Hill 
John Dabney 
Caleb Cross 
Rhode-Island. 

J. Richardson 
Benjamin West 
3 





26 




New- York. 


New- York 


Theodorus Baily 


Albany 


George W. Mancius 




New-Jersey. 


Trenton 


Charles Rice 




Pennsylvania. 


Philadelphia 


Robert Patton 




Delaware. 


Wilmington 


J. Bringhurst j'r 




Maryland. 


Baltimore 


4 Charles Burall 


Annapolis 


John Munroe 




Virginia. 


Norfolk 


William Newsoa 


Richmond 


William Foushee 


Petersburgh 


Joseph Jones 




North' Carolina. 


Fayetteville 


Duncan M'Rea 




Smtth- Carolina. 


Charleston 


Thomas W. Bacot 




Georgia. 


St. Mary's 


Archibald Clark 




Vermont. 


Windsor 


Thomas Leverett 
Ohid. 

Griffing Greene 


Marietta 



Receivers of Public Money for the bale of Lands be* 
longing to the United States, 

James Findley, at Cincinnati 
Zaccheus Bings, at Steubenville 
Samuel Findley, at Chillicothe 
Frederick Bates, at Detroit 
Harry Toulman, at Fort Stoddert 
Benjamin Tupper, at Marietta 
Thomas Van bwfaringgn> at jSanesyiHf 



of the Post-Office Establishment, 
from 1798 to October 1,1810. 



Years. 


No. of 
Post Offi- 
ces. 


Amount of 

Postages. 


Compensation 

to 
Post-Masters. 


1789 


15 


8 37,934 9*2 


S 8,197 80 


1790 


75 


46,294 43 


10,312 23 


1791 


89 


67,443 86 


16,517 93 


1792 


195 


104,746 67 


21,645 96 


1793 


209 


128,947 19 


27,155 65 


1794 


450 


160,629 97 


30272 (0 


1795 


453 


195,066 88 


35,729 59 


1796 


468 


213,998 50 


47,109 39 


1797 


554 


232,977 45 


56,035 06 


1798 


639 


264,816 17 


63.957 75 


1799 


677 


280,804 31 


69,-242 52 


1800 


903 


320,442 40 


79,337 74 


1801 


1,025 


327,044 58 


85,536 94 


1802 


1,114 


351,822 66 


93,169 51 


1803 


1,258 


389,449 64 


197,715 71 


1804 


1,405 


421,373 23 


111,551 97 


1805 


1,558 


446,105 79 


119,784 39 


1806 


1,710 


478,762 71 


129,041 16 


1807 


1,843 


460,564 18 


128,653 12 


1808 


1,944 


506,633 85 


141,579 09 


1809 


2,012 


417,393 15 


114,418 6| 


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2,300 






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29 
DUTIES 

Payable by Law, on all Good*, Wares, and Mer- 
chandise, imported into the United States of A- 
merica, as passed by the twelfth Congress 
at their late Session* 

In Am* ves* In Fur. ve$. 

ALE, beer, and porter, 
in cask or bottles. 16 c figal 18.48 

On bottles (see bot.) 
Almonds 4 cts fi lb 4.62 

Allum free free 

Anchors 3 cts lb 3-465 

Anchovies 52% fi cav 37.4 

Anniseed 32£ do. do. 37.4 

Antimony, regulus of free free 

Anvils " 27|/* cav 31.62i 

Apparatus, philosophical, 

especially imported for 

any seminary of learningfree free 

Aqua fortis free free 

Arms, fire and side, not 

otherwise enumerated 

or parts thereof 32f fi c ad v 37.4 

Annota free free 

Articles of all kinds of the 

growth or manufacture 

of the United States, or 

their territories free free 

Artificial flowers, feathers, 

and other ornaments for 

women's head dresses o2£fi c a dv 37.4 

Balls and balsams, (see 

powders, pastes, &c. 32 J do. 37.4 

Bark, Peruvian 32| d©. 37.4 

Do. of Cork tree free free 

Beasts, especially imported 

3* 



2Q 

In Anu ves* In For. vcs 
intended for breed free fret 

Beer, (see ale, porter, Sec.) 

Baggage, (see wearing ap- 
parel) 

Blue vitriol, see vitriol oil free free 

Bonnets, hats, and caps of 

all kinds 32% ft c a d 37 'A 

Books, blank , 27iftcav .31.62* 

Boots, see leather 

Bottles, black, quart 120 c ft groce 

Brass cannon,see arms,&c.32&/* cav 
do, teutenage and wire free 
do. iron or steel locks 27£ ft c a dv 
do. all other manufac- 
tures of 32£ ft ca dv 

Brazil wood, ground free 

Bricks and tiles 32§ ft cad v 

Brimstone, see sulphur 

Bristles of swine free 

Brown Spanish, see Span- 
ish brown 

Brushes 27f ft c ad v 

Buckles, shoe and knee 32§ ad v 

Bullion free 

Buttons of every kind 2>2\ fie ad v 

Burgundy wine, see wines 

Burr stones wrought 32§/z cadv 

do. unwrought free 

Cabinet ware 32|/i c adv 

Cables 4ctsfterlb 

Callicoes 27& ft cav 

Cambrics do. do. 

Candles, tallow 4 cts lb 

do. wax or spermaceti 12 cts lb 

Canes, walking sticks, and 
whips 27J ft cav 

Cannon, brass 32§/* c ad v 

Canvas, see linen 





SI 






In Am* ves. 


In For, ves* 


Caps 


32£/i c a v 


37.4 


Capers 


do. do. 


do. 


Cards, playing 


50 cts pack 


57.75 


do. wool and cotton 


100 cfidoz 


115.5 


Carriages, or parts thereof42£ fi c adv 


48.95 


Carpets and carpeting 


32§/z c adv 


37.4 


Cartridge paper 


do. do. 


do. 


Cassia, Chinese 


8 cts lb 


9.24 


Castor, oil of 


32£ fi c ad v 


37.4 


Cattle, see beasts, 8cc 






Champain wine, see wines90 c fi gal 


103.95 


Chariots, see carnages 






Chairs, riding do. 






Chaises do. 






Cheese 


14 cts lb 


16.17 


China ware 


32% fie adv 


37.4 


Chints, see callicoes 






Chocolate 


6 cts lb 


6.93 


Cinnamon and cloves 


40 cts lb 


46.2 


Clay, unwrought 


free 


free 


Clocks, or parts thereof 


S2| fi c ad v 


37.4 


Clogs and goloshoes 


27J do. 


31.625 


Cochineal 


free 


free 


Coal 


10 cts bushel 


11,55 


Coaches, or parts thereof 42 J fie adv 


48.95 


Cocoa 


Actsfi lb 


4.62 


Coffee 


lQctsfity 


11.55 


Colors, see painter* colo 


rs 




Comfits 


32|/2 c adv 


37.4 


Compositions for teeth, see 




dentrifice 






Copperas 

Copper, manufactures 


free 


free 


SZhfi c adv 


37.4 


do. in plates 3 pigs,or barsfree 


free 


do. bottoms 


do. 


do. 


do. old 


do. 


do. 


Cordage, tarred 


4 cts lb 


4.62 


do. and yarn untarred 


$ cts lb 


5.775 



38 

In Am. ve8* In For. ves\ 
Cork tree, see bark of 
Cosmetics 32% fie av 

Cotton 6 cts lb 

do, rags of , free 

Currants 4 cents lb 

Cutlasses or parts thereof32J ft c adv 
Dates do. do. 

Dentrifice, see powders, 

pastes, Sec, 32% fi c adv 

Dishes,pewter, see pewter 8 cts lb 
Dolls dressed or undressed 

or parts thereof 32§ fi c adv 

Drugs, medicinal do. do. 

do. and woods used for 
dying free 

Earthenware 32 J fi cadv 

Elephant's teeth 27£ 

Essences, see powders, 

paste, &c. 3'2J fi c ad v 

Fans, or parts thereof 32§ fi c adv 
Fayal wine, see wines 56 cts gal 
Feathers, ornamental 32% fi c ad v 
Figs 4 cts lb 

Fish, dried foreign caught iOO c fi qtl 

do. Salmon 200 c fi bbl 

do. Mackeral 80 do, 

do. all other pickles do. do. 
Floor cloths and mats, see 

carpets 32% fie adv 

Flowers, artificial 32f fi c adv 

Fringes, commonly used by 

upholsterers, coach-ma- 
kers, and saddlers 32| fi c adv 
Fruits of all kinds, except 

those otherwise enume- 
rated and described 32% fi c adv 
Furs of every kind undres'dfree 
Gall nuts free 



33 

In Am* ve8i In For. ves* 
Gauzes 27£/z c a v 31.625 

Geneva, see spirits from 

Ginger 32£ do. do. 3?.4 

Girando1es,or partsthereof45 do, do. 49£ 

Glass, black quart bottles 120 fi groce 132 

do. window, not exceed- 
ing 8 by 10 320 cfi 100 ft 369.6 
do, do. not above 10 by 

1 2 350 do. do, 404.25 

do. all above 10 by 12 450 do. do, 519.75 

do. all other manufacture42| ficav 48.95 

Glauber's salts 400 ctsfi cwt 462 

Gloves and mittens of eve- 

rvkind S^i/icav 37.4 

Glue Sets Id 9.24 

Gold and silver lace 32£ ft c air 37 .4 

do. do. and plated waredo. do. do. 

Goloshoes 30 cts pair 34.65 

Goods, wares and mer- 
chandize imported di- 
rectly from China or In- 
cia, in ships or vessels 
not of the United States, 
except teas,China ware, 
kail other articles liable 

t© higher rates or duties fi cadv 29 

Goods waresand merchan- 
dize, entered to be re- 
exported to aforeign port 
or place in the same ves- 
sel in which they shall be 
imported, and all articles 
the growth or manufac- 
ture of the United States 
or of their territories,up- 
on which no drawback, 
bounty, or allowance has 
been paid or admitted free free 



34 
In Jim. ves» In For, *w| 
Good^waresand merchan - 

dize nothertin otherwise 

particularly enumerated 

and described 27\p c a* 31.62i 

Gum, chiefly used in pre- 
paring muslins, cottons, 

or linens, for receiving 

colors or dyes free 

do. Arabic free 

Gun powder 8 cts lb 

Hair do. S cts Id 

Hangers or parts thereof, 



St 



' see arms, 8cc. 


ZZifica v 


Hats 


do. 


do. 


Hemp 


200 ctsfl 


cwt 


do. rags of 


free 




Hides, raw 


free 




Hinges of brass or Iron 27| fie a 


d* 


Hoes 


do. 




Honey 


do. 




Hoop iron 


2 cts Id 




Implements or tools of a 




mechanical trade 


only 




of persons who arrive in 




the United States 


free 




Indigo 


50 cts 1+ 




Iron wire 


free 




do. slit 


2 cts per 


Id 


do. sheet 


3 do. 


do. 


do. steel or brass locks, 




hinges, hoes, 


anvils, 




and vises 


%7^ficr cenad* 


do. cast, and all 


other 


i 


manufactures of 


iron, 




steel, or brass, 


or cf 




which either of 


these 





metals is the article of 
chief value, not being 



35 

In Am. vea* In For, z>c* 
otherwise particularly 

enumerated o2\p c adv 37.4 

ewellery and paste work do do do 

Lid shoes ZQ cts pair 34,65 

♦aces and lawns 27%/icav Si. 625 

do. of gold or silver 32J/J c ad v 37 A 
do.linens, fringes, tassels - r*r^O^ 
and trimmings common- i \q\ XyZ3+J * 
ly used by coachmakers ~A-w-~- 

and saddlers do do do 

,amp black 27£ do 31.625 

apis caliminaris free free 

ead, white 4 cts per lb 4.62 

do. red do do do 

do. and musket balls 2 cents lb 2 4 31 ■ 
do. other manufactures 
of or in which lead is the 

chief value do do do 
eather tanned and tawed 
and all manufactures of, 
or of which leather is the 
chief article of value, not 
otherwise particularly 

(enumerated 32| p c ad v 37.4 

mows and limes do do ( { 
me, foreign 100 c p cask o* 60 g 115.5 

|nen rags free f ree 

or cotton manufacture 
lot otherwise particular- 
ly enumerated 27| // c ad v SI. 625 
*bon and Oporto wines 60 c fi g 69- 3 
oking glasses 42$ ft c ad v 48. 9 J 
ice 250 c fier lb 280.75 
ickarel, see fish 120 bbl 138.6 
ukler free free 
ideira wines, see wines 

ilaga wine do. 56 cts per gal 64.68 

lit 20 cts per bush 23.1 



im 

line 



36 
In Am* ves. In Far* ve$ 

Manufactures of tin, pew- 
ter and copper, except 
pewter plates and dishes32£/z c 37. ■ 

— of iron, steel, or 

brass, not particularly 
enumerated do 

of leather, not par- 
ticularly enumerated do 

— of lead, not other- 
wise particularly enu- 
merated 2 cts lb 

of cotton or linen, 

not otherwise enumerated 27%fi c ad "& 

-of glass, see glass 

— — of the U. States or 

their territories, upon 
which no drawback 
bounty or allowance has 
paid or admitted free 

Marble, slate, stone, and 
earthenware 32§ fie ad v 

Mats and floor cloths do do 

Medicinal drugs, except 
those commonly used in 
dying or otherwise enu- 
merated do do 

Merchandize, see goods, 
wares, &c, 

— not particularly 

enumerated and descri- 
bed 

Millinary 32£ftcav 

Molasses 10 cts gal 

Morocco shoes 30 c fi fiair 

Muskets and firelocks with 
or without bayonets or 
parts of either 32£ fi c av 

Muslins and muslinets %7h 



37 

In Am. vcs. In For* ves* 

M ustard in flour 32£ fi c ad v 37 A 

Nails lets lb 4.62 

Nankeens 27\ficav 31.625 

Nut galls free free 

Nutmegs 100 ctsfl lb 115-5 

Ocher, yellow, in oil 3 cts lb 3.465 

do. dry 2 cts Ik 2.31 

Oil 32% fl cad v 37 A 

do. of vitriol free free 
Ointments, see powders, 

pastes, &c 

JOld pewter - free free 

Joiives 32£ ficad 37 A 

Oporto wines, see wines 60 cts gal 69.3 

Oranges 32% fi c ad v 37 A 

Ornaments for women's 

head dresses do. do. do. 

Pack thread and twine 800 ctsfiewt 924 
Painters colours, whether 
dry or ground in oil, ex- 
cept those otherwise e- 
numerated, and those 

commonly used in dying32£ fi c adv 37 A 
paper hangings 32| fi c adv 37 A 
do. sheathing and car- 
tridge do. do. do, 
do. writing 8c wrapping27J fi c adv 31.625 
(Pasteboard, parchment, or 

vellum do. do.* do* 
Paste work and jewellery 32% fi c adv 37 A 
Pepper 12 cts lb 13.86 
Perfumes 32 J fi c adv 37 A 
Pewter, plates and dishes 8 cts lb 9.24 
do. all other manufac- 
tures of 32| fie adv 37 A 
I do. old free free 
yPhjetons, or parts thereof 42|/j c av 48.94 
[Philosophical apparatus, 
4 



In Am* ves> 
especially imported for 
any seminary of learningfrce 
Pickles of all sorts 32£ fi c a dv 

Pickled fish, see fish 
Pictures and prints 27J fi c ad v 

Pimento 8 cts lb 

Pistols, or parts thereof 32 \ ad v 
Plaster of Paris free 

Plums and prunes 4 cts lb 

Porter, bee Sc ale in casksl6 c fi gal 

on the bottles! 20 fi grocc 
Powder, gun 8 cts lb 

do. hair do. 

Powder, pastes, balls, bal- 
sams, oils, ointments,wa- 

ters, washes, tinctures, 

essences, sweet scents, 

odours, perfumes,cosme- 

tics, and all powders and 

preparations for theteeth 

and gums 32§ fi c ad v 

Printed, stained or colored 

goods of cotton or linen 27-% fi c a v 
Quicksilver 12 cts lb 

Quills 27| fi c a v 

Hags, of linen, cotton, and 

hempen cloth free 

Raisins in jars and boxes 4 ctsficr lb 

do. Muscatel do. 

do. all other kinds of 3 cts lb 
Raw hides and skins free 

Red lead 4 cts fi lb 

Regulus of antimony 4 eta lb 

Roman vitriol free * 

Saddles, or parts thereof 2.7 \ fi c av 
Sanson free 

Sail cloth 27\ fier cent ad w 

Saint Lucre wine see \vines80 c fi gal 



39 

In Am. ve* t In For. ves» 
Salmon, see fish [561b 

Salt weighing* more than40 cts ft bash 56 

do. glaubers free free 

Bo. petre free free 

Sarsaparilla root 32£ ft cad v 37.4 
Jattins, and other wrought 

silks c 27i do 31.625, 
segars 400 cents fter m 4.62 
sea stores,see ships or ves- 
sels free free 
ieins 8 cts lb 9.24 
sheathing and cartridge 

paper 32 J ft cad v 37.4 

meet iron 3 cts fter lb 3.465 

iherry wine, see wines 80 cts fter gal 92.4 
>hoes and slippers of silk 50 cts pair 

do. kid or morocco SO eft pair 34.56 

do others for men or wo- 

nen& slippers for children30 ctsfiatr ^54.65 

►icily wine, see wines 60 c ft g 69.3 

diver and plated ware 32$ ft c a*& 37.4 

do. and gold lace do. do. do. 

ikins and hides, raw free free 
Jate 32| do. do. 37.4 

iht and hoop iron 2 cts lb 2.31 

muff 20 cts lb 23.1 

oap 4 cts lb 4.62 

oles, or otherparts thereof42$ ft c ad v 48.95 

panish brown 2 cts lb 2.31 

per maceti candles li cts lb 13.86 

pikes 2 cts lb 2.31 
pints distilled in foreign 

countries 

From Grain. 

First proof 56 cts gal 64.68 

2d do 58 do do 66.99 

3d do 62 do do 71. 61 

4th do 68 do do 78,54 



5th do 

6th do 

From other materials. 

First and Second proof 50 

3d do 

4th do 

5th do 

6th do 

Spirits distilled in the U. 

States imported in the 

same ship or vessel in 

which they had been 

previously exportedfrom 

the U. States, viz. 

From molasses 



40 






In Am* 


vcs* In Forces 


80 do 


do 


92. ^ 


100 do 


do 


115.^ 


* 50 do 


do 


57. 7 i 


56 do 


do 


64.61 


64 do 


do 


73.9$ 


76 do 


do 


87.71 


92 do 


do 


106. 2( 



First proof 


30 cts gal 


2d do 


32 do do 


3d do 


34 do do 


4th do 


38 do do 


5th do 


46 do do 


6th do 


60 do do 


^rom materials of 


the 


growth and produce of 


the United States 




First proof 


14 cts gal 


2d do 


16 do do 


3d do 


18 do do 


4th do 


22 do do 


5th do 


26 do do 


6th do 


36 do do 



Stained, printed, or colored 

e;oodsof cotton or linen 27|/z c a dv 
Starch 6 cts lb 

Steel 200 cts cwt 

do iron or brass locks, 
hoes anvils and vices 27£ fi c av 

do all other manufacture of32| p c ad v 



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In Am* ves- In For* ves: 
Stockings 324 fi c ad v 37.4 

Stones, burr unwrought free free 

Stoneware 32 J ft cad* 37.4 

Sugar, brown 5 cts lb 5.775 

do. white, clayed or pow- 
dered 6 do do 6 93 
do allother clay'd orpow'd5 do do 5.775 
do loaf 18 do do 2079 
do lump 13 do do 15.015 
do other refined do. do do 
do candy 23 eis ftef lb 26.565 
Sulphur free free 
Sweet scents, see powders 

paste, &c 
Swine bristles of free free 

Swords and cutlasses, or 

parts thereof 32§ ft c a d v 37.4 

Tables of marble, slate or 

stone 32% fie ad v 37.4 

Tallow Sets lb 3.465 

do candles At eta lb 4.62 

Tassals and trimmings, 
commonly used by uphol- 
sterers, and coach-ma- 
kers, and saddlers 32J ft cav 37*4 
Teas, from any other place 
eastward of the Cape of 
Good Hope 

Bohea 24, cts lb 36.12 

Gunpowder, gomee, hy- 
son or imperial 64 cts lb 105. 
other green 40 cts lb 63- 
fcouchong & other black36 cts lb 56.7 
From any other place. 

Bohea Si cts lb S9.27 

Gun powder, gomee, hy- 
son or imperial 1 00 do do 115.5 
other green 60 do do 69.3 
*4 



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In Am* ve$. In For* ves* 

souchong & other blackJ4 do do 62.37 

Teneriffe wine, see wines56 gal 64.68 

Twine and pack thread 800 cwt 924 

Threads of linen or cotton27£/* c a v 31 * 625 

Tiles and bricks 32£ do 37.4 

Tinctures, see powders, 

paste, 8cc 
Tin manufactures 32$ ft c ad v 37.4 

do in pigs or plates free free 

Tobacco 27* do 31.625 

do manufactured, other 
than snuff or segars 12 cts Ifr 13.86 

Tools and implements of 

a mechanical trade only 

of persons who arrive in 



the United States 


free 


free 


Toys, not otherwise enu- 




merated 


27iftcadv 


31.625 


Types for printing 


do* do. 


do. 


Turmerick 


free 


free 


Velvets andVelverets 


27J do 


31.625 


Verdigris 


free 


free 


Vitriol, oil of 


free 


free 


do roman 


free 


free 


do clay 


free 


free 


Unmanufactured wood 


jree 


free 


do wool 


free 


free 


Untarred cordage 


5 cts lb 


5.775 


do yarn 


450 cts ft civt 


519.75 


Wafers 


32* ft c adv 


37.4 


Walking sticks and canes 27\ ft c a v 


31.625 


Wares of tin, pewter 


or 




copper, except pewter 




plates and dishes 


32£ do. do. 


37.4 


do china, earthen or stonedo do 


do 


gold, silver, or plated 


do d© 


do 


do goods and merchandize 




imported directly from 





43 
In Am* ves* In F*r. vet* 
Canton or India, in ships 
or vessels not of the U. 
States, except teas, chi- 
na ware, and all other 
articles liable to higher 

rates of duties fieadv 29 

do goods and merchandize 
of the growth of the U. 
States, or their territo- 
ries free free 
Waters and washes, see 

powders, paste, &c. 32§ fieadv 37 A 

Watches and clocks, or 

psrts threof 32£ fie av 37 A 

Wax candles 12 ccs lb 13,85 

Wearing apparel, & other 
personal baggage of per- 
sons arriving in the Uni- 
ted States free free 
White lead 4 ccs fi lb 4.62 
Window glass, see glass 
Wine in casks and other 

veseels 
Wine, Malmsey, Madeira, 

& London par. Madeiran6 cfi gal 133.98 

all other Madeira iOO do n5.5 

Burgundy, Champaign, 

Henish and tokay 90 do do 103.95 

Sherry and St. Lucar 80 do do 92.4 

Claret and other wine 
not enumerated in bot - 

ties or cases 70 do do 80,85 

Lisbon, Sicily, Oporto, 

and other Portugal 60 do do 69-3 

Tenerifte, Fayal, Mala- 
ga, George's and other 
western islands 56 do do 64.58 





In Am* ves* In For. vcs* 


All other wines, when 




imported otherwisethan 




in bottles or cases 


46 do do 


53.18 


on the bottles 


120 fi c groce 




Wire, of brass or iron 


free 


free 


Wood 


do do 


do 


Woods, dying 


do do 


do 


do unmanufactured 


do do 


do 


do manufactured,except 




cabinet ware 


211 fie av 


31.625 


Wool and cotton cards 


100 cts doz. 


115.5 


do unmanufactured 


free 


free 


Woolen rags 


free. 


free 


Yarn untarred 


450 cts cwt 


519.75 



All goods not before par* 

ticularly enumeratedand 

described 2?| fi c a n 31.625 

Parts of articles pay the same duty as the entire 
article is subject to 

No drawback allowed on loaf sugar, foreign fishj 
or fish oil. 

TOJNTKAGE. 

On all ships or vessels entering from any foreign 
port or place- Cts, per ton. 

Ships or vessels of the f U. States 6 

— built within the United States 

after the 20th July, 1789, but belonging wholly 
or in part to foreign powers, duly recorded, 30 

On other ships or vessels, 50 

Vessels of the U. States employed in the coasting 

trade or fisheries, duly licenced, per annum, 6 
Vessels of the United States (other than licen- 
sed) taking in merchandize in a district in one 
state, to be delivered in a district in another 
state, other than an adjoining state on the sea- 
coast, or a navigable river, 6 



45 

Other ships or vessels, taking in merchandize to 
be delivered in another district, 50 

OC/'Foreign vessels pay light money at the rate 
of 5o cents per ton* 

DUTIES PAYABLE IN g Cts. 

Gold Coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of 
the standard prior to the year 1792 — ibr 
every 27 grains, I 00 

Gold Coins ef France, Spain, and the domin- 
ions of Spain, of the standard Prior to the 
year 1792— for every 27 and 2-5th grains 1 
Spanish milled dollars — 17 pwt. 17 grs. I 

and in proportion for the parts of a dollar. 
Crowns of France— 18 pwt. 7 grs 1 10 

and in proportion for the parts of a crown. 
Provided, That no foreign coins shall be receiva- 
ble, which are not by law a tender for the payment 
of all debts, except in consequence of a proclamation 
of the President of the United States, authorising 
such foreign coin to be received in payment of the 
duties and fees aforesaid. 

Rates of Coins for estimating Duties, 
Pounds Sterling of Great-Britain - - , g 
Livre Tournois of France - 
Florin, or Guilder of the United Netherlands 
Mark Banco of Hamburg - 
Rix Dollar of Denmark 
Ryal Plate of Spain ----- 

Vallon of do. - 

Millree of Portugal - - - - - 
Pound Sterling of Ireland - - 

Tale of China 

Pagoda of India - - - - - 
Rupee of Bengal - - - 

And all other denominations, in value, as near as 
may be, to the said rates, or the intrinsic value there- 
of, compared with the money of the United States, — 
Provided that it shall be lawful for the President of 



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401 





33i 


1 


CO 





10 





05 


1 


24 


4 


10 


1 


48 


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94 





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the United States to cause to be established fit and 
proper regulations for estimating the duties on goods, 
wares and merchandize, imported into the United 
States, in respect to which the original cost shall be 
exhibited in a depreciated currency, issued and cir- 
culated under authority of any foreign government. 
That on all goods, wares and merchandize, impor- 
ted from the Cape of Good Hope, or beyond the 
same, (if ad valorem articles) 20 per cent to be added 
to the actual cost thereof, including all charges, (com- 
missions, outside packages, and insurance only ex- 
cepted) add ten per cent if from any foreign port, 
before the duties are calculated. 

FEES OF OFFICE. 
To the Collector and Naval Officer. 
Entry of a vessel of 100 tons or upwards g 2 50 
Clearance ditto. ditto, 2 50 

Entry of a vessel under 100 tons 1 50 

Clearance ditto. ditto. 1 50 

Every post entry 2 00 

Pe«mit to land goods 20 

Every bond taken officially i 40 

permit to land goods for exportation for 

drawback 30 

debenture or other official certificate 20 
bill of health 20 

To ike Surveyor. 
Admeasuring and certifying the same, of every 

ship or vessel of 100 tons or under, per ton 01 
Admeasurement of every ship or vessel, above 

1 00 and not exceeding 200 tons 1 50 

Above 200 tons 2 00 

For all other services on board any ship or ves- 
sel of 100 tons or upwards, having on board 
goods wares or merchandize, subject to du- 
ty 3 00 
For like services on board any ship or vessel of 
less than 100 tons 1 50 



4>7 
On all vessels not having on board goods, wares 
and merchandize, subject to duty 1 66t 

Allowances for draft lb 

Any quantity of 100 weight or 120 lb. 1 
above 100 and under 200 2 

200 and under 300 3 

m 300 and under 400 4 . 

400 and under 1800 7 * 

1800 and upwards 9 

Tarca* lb. 

On every whole chest of Bohea Tea 70 
half ditto, ditto. 36 

quarter ditto, ditto. 30 

chest of Hyson or other green tea, 
of 70 lbs/or upwards 20 

box or other tea between 5oand 
70 lb. IS 

do, of 80 lbs. 20 

do. from 80 upwards 22 

The above to include ropes canvas £c other coverings. 
On all other boxes cf Teas, according to the invoice, 
or actual weight thereof. 



On Coffee in bags 




2 per cent 


in bales 




3 


in casks 




12 


On Sugar, other than loaf, 


in casks 


12 


in boxes 




15 


in bags or mats 




5 


On Cocoa, in casks 




30 


in bags 




1 


Od Pimento in casks 




16 


in bags 




3 


On Cheese, in hampers and baskets 


10 


in boxes 




20 


On Candles in boxes 




8 


On Chocolate in boxes 




10 


On Cotton in bales 




2 


in seroons 




6 



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On Glauber Salts, in casks 


S 


On Indigo, in barrels 


12 


in other casks 


15 


in seroons 


10 


in bags or mats 




On Nails in casks 


8 


On Pepper in casks 


12 


in bales 


5 


in bags ' 


2 


On Sugar Candy, in boxes 


10 


On Sugars, in boxes 


18 


On Soap, in boxes 


10 


On Shot, in casks 


3 


On Twine, in casks 


12 


in bales 


3 



On all other goods according to the invoice thereof, 
as actual weight 
Allowance for Leakage and Breakage. 

Two per cent allowed on the guage of all merchan- 
dize, paying duty by the gallon, contained in casks. 

Ten per cent on all bee*, ale, and porter in bot- 
tles and five per cent on all other liquors in bottles* 
to be deducted from the invoice quantity, in lieu of 
breakage ; or it shall be lawful to compute the duties 
on the actual quantity by tale, at the option of the 
importer at' the time of entry. 

Ports of Entry and Delivery for Foreign Vessels. 

No vessel not wholly belonging to a citizen or cit- 
izens of the United States, is admited to unload at a- 
ny port or place except the following : 

New-Hampshire — Portsmouth.— Massachu- 
setts — Portland and Falmouth, New-Bedford, 
Dighton, balem and Beverly, Gloucester^ Aewbu- 
ryfiort, M&rblehead, Nantucket, Boston and Charles- 
ton, Plymouth, Bath, Frenchman's Bay, Wiscasset, 

Machias, Penobscot. Rhode -Is land— AewjiorU 

Providence. — Connectigut — J\cnv-London, Aenv« 
Haven.— New^York— Acw-York* — New-Jersey, 



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— Perth- Ambcy, Burlington. — -PENNSYLVANrA- 
Philadelphia— De l a vr ar e— Wilmington, Neweas ♦ 
tie, Port-Penn. — Maryland — Baltimore Annafiolis, 
Vienna, Oxford, Georgetown on Potomac, Chester- 
town Creek, Nottingham, Nanjemoy, Digger-Land- 
ing, Snowhill, Carrolsburg.— Virginia. — Alexan- 
dria, Kinsale, Newport, Tappahannock, Port-Royal, 
Fredencksburgh, Urbanna, Yorktown, West Point, 
Hampton, Bermuda Hundred, City Point, Rocket's 
Landing. Norfolk and Portsmouth. — Nortk-Caro- 
ilika— Wilmington, Newbern, Beaufort, Washing- 
ton, Edenton* Plankbridge. — South-Carolina-— 
Charleston, Georgetown, Beaufort* — Georgia — 
Savannah, Sunbury, Brunswick, Frederica, St. Ma- 
ry's. — Louisiana. — Aew-Orleans. 

Nor shall any vessel from the Cape of Good-Hope, 
or beyond the same, be permitted to enter, except at 
the ports in the above list which are distinguished by 
Ifaticks* 

information generally. 

Goods from foreign ports not to be' unladen but be- 
tween sunrise and sunset, without special licence, un- 
der penalty of four hundred dollars on the master 
and every other person concerned, disability from 
holding any office under the government of the Uni- 
ted States for seven years, and being advertised in 
the newspapers, with forfeiture of the goods, and if 
above four hundred dollars, value of the vessel and 
apparel. 

Goods removed before guaged and weighed, and if 
wines, spirits or teas, before being marked, without 
permission, are forfeited. 

Persons giving or offering a bribe, forfeit from two 
hundred to two thousand dollars. Inspectors and of- 
ficers of revenue cutters may go on board, examine 
and search vessels, have free access to the cabin, 
and sealed packages, and after sun-set secure the 
katehes, &c. Persons in charge ol vessels, for break- 
5 



50 

ing fastening, but in presence of an officer, forfeit 
two hundred dollars 

The master or commander of any vessel that shall 
obstruct or hinder (or be the cause thereof) any cffi> 
cer of the revenue, in going on board his ship or ves- 
sel, for the purpose of carrying into effect any of the 
revenue laws of the United States, forfeits from fifty 
to five hundred dollars. 

OFFICERS OF THE 

REVENUE DEPARTMENT. 



For the District of Massachusetts: 
Boston and Henry A. S. Dearbon, collector 
Charles ton, Benjamin Jarvis, deputy -collector 

James Lovell, naval officer 

Thomas Melvill, surveyor 8c inspector 
Portland and Isaac Isley,jun. collector 

Falmouth^ James C. Jewett, surveyor 8c inspector 
Salem and William R. Lee, collector 
Beverly Henry Elkins, naval officer 

Jonathan Smith, surveyor 
Jfyew-Bedford,lsaiBh Weston, collector 
Gloucester, John Kittredge, collector 

Zach. Stevens, surveyor and inspector 
J\[e i wburyfiort ) 'Ra\i)h. Cross, collector 

Daniel Swett, naval officer 
Marblchead, Joseph Wilson, collector 

Joshua Prentiss, surveyor Sc inspector 
Ply mouthy Henry Warren, collector 
Bath) Joshua Wingate, jun. collector 

MachiaS) Lemuel Trescott, collector 
Wucasset, Francis Cook, collector 
Aantucket, Daniel Coffin, collector 

District of Rhode-Island and Providence, 

JSewflorty WilHam Ellery, collector 

Walter Nichols, naval officer 



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Daniel Lyman, surveyor 

Providence, Thomas Cole, collector 
William Barton, surveyor 
Ebenezer Thompson, naval officer 

Patvcatuck, George Still man, surveyor 

District of Connecticut. 

New- London ) Jedidiah Huntington, collector 

Nathaniel Richards, surveyor 

Jonathan Tro'.t -% 

Ebenezer Goddard 

Samuel Whittemore 

Henry Jepson \ Inspectors 

Isaac V. H. Crannell 

Joseph Smith 

Daniel Starr 

Nath'l Saltopstall ") Weighers, measur- 

Ezra ChappeH 3 ers and guagers 
Middletown Alexander Wolcott, collector 

Lamberton Cooper, surveyor 

Robert Warner ^ Tcnectors 

Azariah Whittlesey J lspectors 
Aew-Haven, Abraham Bishop, collector 

William Munson, surveyor 
Fairfield, Water Bradley, collector 
Hartford, Solomon Porter, surveyor 
Saybrook, George Wolcott, surveyor 
Stonington, Elijah Palmer , surveyor 

District of JNTew-York» 
Aew-Yorfa David Gelston, collector 

Peter A. Schenck, surveyor 

Samuel Osgood, naval officer 
Sag Harbor, Henry P. Dering, collector 

District of Pennsylvania. 

Philadelphia, John Steel, collector 

District of Maryland. 
Baltimore, James H. M'Culloch, collector 



Connecticut Register. 

FOR THE YEAR 1812 13. 



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Executive and Legislative. Departments. 
Vacant Governor. 

HIS HONOR 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 

Lieutenant Governor. 

_@_ 

•ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer 
Henry Champioa 
Calvin Goddard 
Judson Canfield 
Theodore Dwight 
Frederick Wolcott 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, esq. Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts 
James Hillhouse, esq. Commissioner of the 
School Fund. 
John Treadwell ") Overseers 

Pliny Hillyer £ of 

Samuel Woodruff 3 ftewgate. 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

FOR MAY AND OCTOBER SESSIONS, 1812. 

Sylvanus Backus, esq, Speaker 
Charles Denison, and Barzillai Slossoh, 

esq'rs. Clerks. 
Hartford, John Caldwell, Nathaniel Terry 



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Berlin, Aaron Hart, Daniel Dunbar 
Bristol, Bryan Hooker 
Burlington, Bliss Hart 
Canton, Frederick Humphrey 
East-Hartford, S. Griswold, YVra. Olmsted 
East-Winsor, Asahel Stiles, Roswell Grant 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, John Mix, Thomas S. Day 
Glastenbury, Samuel Wells, Gideon Hale, jr. 
Granby, Sadoce Wilcox, Whitfield Cowles 
Hartland, Phineas Coe, Abiather Newton 
Marlborough, Theodore Lord 
Simsbury, Camphell Humphrey, G. Cornish 
Southington, Roswell Moore, Giles Langdon 
Suffield, Martin Sheldon, Oliver Granger 
Wethersfield, Timothy Stillman, Levi Laisk 
Windsor, Ebenezer F. Bissel, jr. Oliver Thrall 
New-Haven, Charles Denison, Thomas Painter 
Branford, James Barker, Josiah J. Linsly 
Cheshire, Rufus Hichcock, Andrew Hull 
Derby, Reuben Lum 
East-Haven Moses A. Street 
Guiford, Augustus Collins, Nathaniel Griffing 
Hamden, Elam Bradley 
Meriden, Samuel Paddack 
Middlebury, Eli Bronson 
Miltbrd, Benjamin Bull, Elias Clark 
North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 
Oxford, Abel Wheeler 
Southbury, John Moseley 
Wallingford, Aaron Hall, James Humiston 
Waterbury, J. Kingsbury, Truman Porter 
Wolcott ? Isaac Bronson 
Woodbndge, Hezekiah Baldwin, Elihu Sanford 
New-London, George Hallam, Jacob B. Gurley 
Norwich, Benjamin Snow, Nathaniel Shipmaa 
Bozrah, Dyer M'Call 

Colchester, John R. Watrous, John Isham jr« 
Franklin, Joshua Hyde 

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Groton,Roswellfish, Amos A. Xiles 
Lisbon* Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Richard M'Curdy, William Sterling 
Mont viile, William W/Hough ton 
North-Stonington, David'Coats, Sands Cole 
Preston, Robert S. Avery, Alexander Stewart, jr. 
Stonington, Jesse Dean, William Randall 
Water ford, Isaac Rogers 
Fairfield, David Burr, Gershom Burr 
Danbury, Friend Starr, Elias Starr 
Brookfield, Daniel Tomlinson 
Greenwich, Isaac Howe, Elkanah Mead 
Huntington, Elisha T. Mills, Stephen Babbett 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New-Fairfield, Abel Gregory 
Newton, Joseph Nichols, Timothy Shepard 
Norwalk, Jabez Gregory, Thomas Reed 
Redding, Andrew L. Hill* Lemuel Sanford 
Ridgefield, Joshua King, Benjamin Lynes 
Sherman, Gamaliel B. Giddings 
Stamford, John Weed, Jr. Henry Hoit, Jr. 
Stratford, Daniel Judson, Jr. Daniel Sterling 
Trumbull, Jabez Beach 
Weston, Joseph Bennet, Stephen Jennings 
Wilton, Samuel Olmsted 
Windham, Elisha Abbe, Roger Huntington 
Ashford, Joseph Palmer, Benjamin Bosworth 
Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam 
Canterbury, Rufus Adams, Hezekiah Kingsley 
Columbia, Samuel Bliss 
Hampton, Solomon Taintor 
"Killingly, Luther Warren, Alexander Gaston 
Lebanon, Daniel Tilden, Elisha Hutchinson 
Mansfield, Skiff Freeman, Roger W T aldo 
Plainfield, Josep Eaton, Anthony Bradford 
Pomfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingals 
Sterlings Richard Burlingame 
Thompson, David H. Phippsj James Bates 
Voluntown, Amos Treat 



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VVooditock, Nathaniel M'Ciellan, Charles Smith 

Litchfield, Aaron Smith, M. Seymour 

Barkhamsted, John Men ill, Moses Hayden 

Bechlem, Nehemiah Lambert 

Canaan, John Hurlbut, Calvin Pease 

Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall 

Cornwall Oliver Burnham, John Sedgwick 

Goshen, Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, jr. 

Harwinton, Timothy Clark, Benjamin" Griswold 

Kent, Barzillai Slosson 

New-Hartford, Asa Goodwin, C. Seymour 

New-Milford, Bebee Hine, Jared Lane 

Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Nathaniel Stephens 

Plymouth, Lake Potter 

Roxbury, Asahel Bacon 

Salsbury, Timothy Chittenden, jr. P. Farnam 

Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Samuel E. Everett 

Torrington, Elisha Smith, Thaddeus Griswold 

Warren, John Tallmadge 

Washington, D. N. Brinsmade, J. N. Gunn 

Watertown, Samtiel W. Southmayd 

Winchester, Benjamin Benedict, Amos Toles 

Woodbury, John Strong, Nathaniel Bacon 

Mir>DLKTowN,E.Hubbard, S. Wetmore 

Chatham, Hezekiah Goodrich, Benjamin Hurd 

Durham, W. G. Chauncev, Isaac Newton 

East-Haddam, Josiah Griffin, Sylvanus Chapman 

Haddam, Jonathan Huntington, ft* R. Chapman 

Killing worth, Willam Morgan, D. Griswold 

Saybrook, Joseph 'Hill, Samuel Hart 

Tolland, Ashbel Chapman, CalvinWilley 

Bolton, Daniel Lord 

Coventry, Elisha Edgerton, Nathaniel Kingsbury 

Ellington, Wyllys Russel 

Hebron, John S. Peters, Sylvester Gilbert 

Sommers Vashni Hall, jr. Joseph Abktott 

Stafford, Nathaniel Hyde, Daniel Davis, 2d. 

Union, Samuel Paul, Thomas Lawson, jr. 

Vernon, £hineas Talcot 

Wellington, Zeb. Crocker, Elisha Johnson 



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OCTOBER SESSION, 1812. 

Sylvanus Backus, Esq. Speaker. 
Charles Denison, and Barzillai Slosson, esq's Clerks* 
Hartford, John Caldwell, Nath'l Terry 
Berlin, Daniel Dunbar, Seth Cowles 
Bristol, Bryan Hooker 
Burlington, Bliss Hart 
Canton, James Humphrey 

East-Hartford, Shubel Griswold, Wilfiam Olmsted 
East- Windsor, Joel Holkins, Roswell Grant 
Enfield, Eliphalet Terry, John Taylor 
Farmington, John Mix, Thomas Day 
Glastenbury, Oliver Hale, Pardon Brown 
Granbury, Pliny Hillyer, Oliver Cornish 
Hartland, Phinehas Coe, Abiather Newtou 
Marlborough, Joel Foote 
Southington, Roger Whittlesey, R. Moore 
SufField, Luther Loomis, Oliver Granger 
Simsbury, Elisha Phelps, Oliver C. Phelps 
Wethersfield, Timothy Stillman, Levi Lusk 
Windsor, Oliver Thrall, Eli Wilson 
New-Haven, Chas. Denison, J. Merriman 
Branford, James Barker, Josiah T. Linsley 
Cheshire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcock 
Derby, David Humphreys 
Eist-Haven, Moses A. Street 
Guilford, Augustus Collins, Nath'l Griffin 
Hamden, Elam Bradley 
Meriden, Samuel Paddock 
Mlddlebury, Eli Bronson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Elias Clark 
North-Haven, Joseph Doolittle 
Oxford, David Tomlinsou 
Southbury, Park Brown 
Wallingford, Samuel Cooke, Edw. Barker 
Waterbury,John Kingsbury ,Truman Porter 
Woodbridge, Hez« Baldwin, Elihu Sanford 



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Wolcott, Isaac Bronson 

New-London, Geo. Hallam, J. B. Gurley 

Norwich, John Hyde, Moses Benjamin 

Bozrah, Dyer M'Call 

Colchesterjohn Rt Watrous, John Ishamjr; 

Franklin, Eleazer Tracy 

Groton, Elijah Bailey, Amos A, Niles 

Lisbon, Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Richard M'Curdv, Henry Perkins 

Montville, William VV. Haughton 

North-Stonington, T. Wheeler, Wm. T. Browning 

Preston, J, Morgan, jr. Alex. Stewart, jr. 

Stonington, William Randall, PelegDenison 

Waterlbrd, Isaac Rogers 

Fairfield, S.Rowland, Sam 'I.B.Sherwood 

Danbury, Elias Starr, Alanson Hamlin 

Brookfield, Joseph Smith, 3d 

Greenwich, Isaac Howe, Silas Davis 

Huntington, Gideon Beardsley, John Curtis 

New-Canaan, Samuel St* John 

New-Fairfield, Samuel S. Burnham 

Newtown, Joseph Nichols, Tim. Shepard 

Norwalk, Jabez Gregory, Thomas Reed 

Reading, Andrew L. Hill, Samuel Sanford 

Ridgefield, Mat. Keeler, Nathan Dauchy 

Stamford, Nathan Weed, Simeon H. Minor 

'Stratford, J. H. Tomlinson, John S. Cannon 

Sherman, Ezra Graves 

Trumbull, David Booth, j'r 

Weston, Joseph Rennet, Stephen Wheeler 

Wilton, David Belden 

Windham, Jabez Clark, Hezekiah Ripley 

Ashford, Wm. Perkins, David Seers 

Brooklyn, Daniel Putnam 

Canterbury, Rufus Adams, Hez, Kingsley 

Columbia, Samuel Bliss 

Hampton, Solomon Taintor 

Killingly, Luther Warren, Alex. Gaston 

Lebanon, W. Huntington, j'r. J, F. Mason 



$8 
Mansfield, Miner Grant, Jonathan Dunhaiti 
Plaiuneld, Joseph Eaton, Anthony Bradford 
Pomifret, Sylvanus Backus, Lemuel Ingals 
Sterling, Nath. Gallup 
Thompson, Thaddeus LearnedjJames Bates 
Voluntown, William Gallup 
Woodstock, Charles Smith, Jed. Kimball 
Litchfield, M. Woodruff, Aaron Smith 
Barkharnsted, John Merril, MosesHa>den 
Bethlem, Nehemiah Lambert 
Canaan, John Elmore, Amos Hunt 
Colcbrook, Martin Rockwell, Fred. Browti 
Cornwell, Oliver Burnham, Benj. Gould 
Goshen, AdinoHale, Moses Lyman, fv 
Harwinton, Timothy Clark, James Brace 
Kent, Barzillai Slosson 
New-Hartford, Chaun. Seymour, Tho. Lee 
New-Miltord, D. S. Boardman, R Warner 
Norfolk, EJeazar Holt, Augustus Pettibone 
Plymouth, David Smith 
Roxbury, Elihu Can field 
Salisbury, Lot Norton, Luther Holley 
Sharon, Isaac Pardee, Samuel E. Everett 
Torrington, Lyman Wetmore, T. Griswold 
Warren, Ebenezer Tenner 
Washington, D. N, Brinsmade, J. Whittlesey 
Watertown, Samuel W. Southmayd 
Winchester, Benj. Benedict, Amos Tolles 
Woodbury, John Strong, Nathaniel Bacon 
Middletown, Elij. Hubbard, S. Wetmore 
Chatham, Abel Penfield, Benjamw Hurd 
Durham, Abner Newton, John Butler 
E. Haddam. Josiah Griffing, Syl. Chapman 
Haddam, J. Huntington, Ansel Brainard 
Killingworth, George Elliott, Dav.Griswold 
Saybrook, Samuel Williams, Samuel Hart 
Tolland, Jonathan Barns, Elias Stearns 
Bolton, Daniel Lord 



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Coventry, Elisha Edgerton, Daniel Burnap 
Ellington, Wyllys Russell 
Hebron, Sylvester Gilbert, Sawyer Ellis 
Somers, Benjamin Phelps, Vashni Hall, j'r 
Stafford, Calvin Edson, Daniel Peck 
Union, Elijah Wales, Nathaniel Chapin 
Vernon, Phinehas Talcott 
Willmgton, Zeb. Crocker Elisha Johnson 



NOMINATION FOR ASSISTANTS. 
1812 



Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 11,925 
Stephen T-Hosmerl 1,883 
Henry Champion 11,893 
Calvin Goddard 11,992 
Judson Can field }l,fl55 



votes 
11,021 

10,884 
11,614 
11,722 
11,925 



votes 
Theodore D wight 12,006 
Frederick Wolcott 12,026 
Roger M. Sherman 11,844 
Samuel W.Johnson 11,270 
Shubael Griswold 11,228 
Noah B. Benedict 11,181 
Asa Chapman 10,943 

Jonathan Barnes 9,977 
Daniel Putnam 9,828 

William Perkins 9,635 



NOMINATION fOTL 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, 

3IAY, 1812. 

John Davenport j'r 
Benjamin Tallmadge 
Timothy Pitkin 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
Lewis B. Sturgcs 
Epaphroditus Champion 
Lyman Law 
Nathan Smith 
Samuel B. Sherwood 



Ebenezer Huntington 
Nathaniel Terry 
John Caldwell 
Sylvanus Backus 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Uriel Holmes 
Asa Bacon j'r 
James Gould 



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JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT, 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Tapping Reeve I Hon. Math'l Smith 
Zeph. Swift j' J. G. Brainard 

John Trumbull | Simeon Baldwin 

Wra. Edmond,esq's I Jona. Ingersolljesq'i 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Eastern— Chief Justice Mitchell y Judges Brainarc 1 
and Baldwin. 
Middle— Judges Swift, Trumbull and Smith. 
Western— Judges Reeve, Edmond and lngersoll. 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Kastern— Judges Swift, Trumbull and Brainard. 
Middle— Chief Justice Mitchell, Judges Baldwin 
and lngersoll. 

Western— Judges Reeve, Edmond and Smith. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

COUNTY COURT 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, esq. Chief Judge. 
Pliny Hillyer 1 Samuel Woodruff, jfr 

Eliphalet Terry, esq'rs | John Mix, esq'rs 
Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Hertford. 
Jonathan Bull 
William Moseley 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Fphraim Root 
Thomas Chester 



Andrew Kingsbury 
Nathaniel Terry 
Enoch Perkins 
John Caldwell 
Amasa Keyes 
Jonathan W. Edwards 



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Elisba Colt 
Henry Terry 
Ichabod L. Skinner 
John Morgan 
Thomas S. Williams 
Thomas Day 
Walter Mitchell 
John Mr, Gannett 
Elisha Mix, 
Edward Moore, esquires 

Berlin 
Gad Stanley 
Amos Hosford 
James North 
Elijah Hooker 
Darnel Dunbar 
David Webster 
Roger Norton 
Ezra Scovil, Esquires 

Bristol 
Enos Ives 
Bryan Hooker, Esquires 

Burlington 
Abraham Pettibone 
Simeon Hart 
Bliss Hart, Esquires 

Canton 
Ezra Adams 
George Humphreys 
Solomon Everest 
Riverius Bid well 
James Humphrey, esq'rs 

E?ijield 
John Taylor 
Elam O. Potter, esquires 

East 'Hart ford 
Jonathan Wells 
Samuel Flagg 
George Griswold 
Shubael Griswold 



Samuel Pitkin 
Timothy Hall 
John Olds, esquires 
East* Windsor 
Caleb Booth 
Roswell Grant 
Charles Jencks 
John Stoughton 2d 
Jonathan Bartlett 
Timothy Ellsworth, esq's 

Farmington 
John Treadwell 
Ichabod Norton 
Timothy Pitkin 
Roger Hooker 
Ezekiel Cowles 
Samuel Cowles 
Thomas S. Day 
George Norton, esquires 

Glasrenbury 
Phillip Sellew 
Elisha Hale 
Zepheniah H. Smith 
Pardon Brown, esquires 

Granby 
Ozias Pettibone 
Judah Holcomb 
Andrew Hillyer 
Hezekiah Holcomb 
Joseph Cornish 
Nathaniel Pratt 
Caleb Mernman, esqrs* 

Hartland 
John Treat 
Chephas Selden 
Philander Humphreys 
Abiather Newton, esq'rs 

"Marlborough 
Israel Foot 



Joel Foot j esquires 
Southington 

Roger Whittlesey 

Roswell Moore 

Ich. C. Frisbie, esquires 
Suffield 

Thaddeus Leavett 

Asahel Hathaway 

Joseph Austin 

John W. Hanchett 

William Gay, esquires 
Shmbury 

Calvin Barber 

Campbell Humphrey 

John Bestor 

William Mather 

Enoch Perkins j 



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Timothy Goodwin 
Benjamin Ely, esquires 

Ti ether afield 
Joseph Bulkeley 
John Williams 
Ezekiel P. Belden 
Martin Kellogg j'r esq'rs 

Windsor 
Roger Newbury 
Oliver Mather 
Abiel Griswold 
Isaac Owen j'r 
Edward Selden 
Elihu Mills 
John Sargeant 
Luther Fitch 
, Ezra Hay den, esquires 
esq. State Attorney \ 



PRACTISING 

Hertford 
Chauncey Goodrich 
William Moseley 
Nathaniel Terry 
Kphraim Root 
Enoch Perkins 
Theodore D wight 
Jonathan W- Edwards 
Thomas S. Williams 
Walter Mitchell 
Joseph Trumbull 
Thomas Huntington j'r 
Seth Terry 
Nathan Johnson 
Henry Terry 
Ichabod L. Skinner 
Jonathan Law 
john M. Gannett 
Sheldon W. Candle 



ATTORNEYS. 

Charles Moseley 
Shubael F. Griswold 
Samuel Root 
Noah A. Phelps 
Thomas S. Sill, esq'r& 

Berlin 
Daniel Dunbar, esq. 
FJast Windsor 
Samuel P. IValdo 
Guy Gay lord 
Charles Reynolds 
Sherman Everest, esqYs 

Enfield 
William Dixon 
Lorrain T. Pease, esq'rs 

Farmington 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Samuel Cowles 
Lemuel Whitman 



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Martin Wells, esquires 

Gla&tenbury 
Zephaniah H. Smith 
George Plumer, esquires 

Gran by 
Thomas Holcomb 
Andrew D. Hillyer 
Grove Oris wold 
James H. Smith 
Silas Higley, esquires 

Sims bury 
William Williston 
Sereno Pettibone 
Eiisha Phelps, esquires 



Scuthington 
Roger Whittlesey 
SanVl H. Woodruff, esq's 

Suffield 
Hezekiah Huntington 
William Gay 
Seth Parsons 
Godf'y Scarborough, esq's 

Wethers field 
John Williams 
Samuel Pettis, esquires 

Windsor 
John Sargeant 
Joseph H. Russell, esq'rs 



Stephen Chester, esq Wethersfield, Sheriff. 
Defiutij - Sheriffs— -Titus L. Bissell, Horace Wad?- 
worth, Edward Moore, Hartford* Nathan Marrow, 
East-Jtlartford. Daniel Abby,j'r. Enfield. Eze- 
kiel Cowles, Fafmingto?i* Joshua R. Jewett, Gran* 
6if y Jonathan Pomeroy, j'r, Suffield. Elihu Drake, 
Windsor* Ezekiel W. Mills, Simsbury. 
Daniel Corning, Hartford^ Jailor. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

m COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Elxzur Goodrich, esq. Chief Judge. 
John Kingsbury, esq. I Nathaniel Griffing, esq. 

Dyer White, esq. . | Bennet Bronson, esq. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 
John II. Lynde, esq. Clerk. 
Dyer White, esq. Clerk of superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Ne*u>-Ha-ve;i I Eiisha Mun son 

James Hilthctise I William Hillhouse j'r 

Henry Dagge.t j Eneas Munson j'r 

Joseph Darikg | Charles Denison 



John Barker^ 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
Gideon Kimberly 
Nathan Smith 
Eleazer Foster, esquires 

Br an ford 
Orchard Gould 
Benjamin Page 
james Barker 
Solomon Linsley 
Josiah J. Linsley, esq'rs 

Cheshire 
Barrage Beach 
David Badger 
Tho. T- Cornwall, esq'rs 

Derby 
John Humphreys 
Levi Tomlinson 
Amasa Porter 
Philo Basset 
Canfield Gillett, esquires 

East- Haven 
Josiah Bradley 
En os Hemingway 
Stephen Woowaf d, esqVs 

Hamdtn 
John Hubbard 
Elam Ives 
Eli Whitney, esquires 

Guilford* 
Augustus Col ins 
Miles Munger 
Jonathan Todd 
Henry Hill 
Nathan Chidsey 
Daniel Hand j'r 
Abraham Chittenden 
-Samuel Robinson 



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Samuel Fowler, esquires 

Milford 
Abraham V. H. De- Witt 
Elias Clark 
William Durand 
Benjamin Bull 
Elijah Bryan 
Samuel B. Gunn, esquires 

Meriden 
Zenas Mitchell 
Asaph Merriman 
Jared Benham 
Benajah Andrus, esq'rs 

Middle bury 
David Thompson 
Nat. Richardson, esquires 

Aorth-Ha-ven 
Joshua Barnes 
Peter Eastman, esquires 

Oxford 
John Riggs 
David 'tomlinson 
Abel Wheeler 
Timothy Candee, esq'rs 

South bury 
Justus Johnson 
Benjamin Stiles 
Shadrach Osborne 
Simeon Hmman 
Titu^Pierce 
Curtis Hinman, esquires 

Walling ford 
Samuel Hall 2d 
Ephraim Cook 
Aaron Hall 
George W. Stanley 
H at er bury 
Frederick liotchkiss 
Truman Porter 



6$ 
Titus Welton, esquires 

)Voodb ridge 
David French 
Thomas Darling 
Samuel Osborne 
EHhu Sanford 

David Daggett, e?q 



John Thomas 

David Thomas, esquires 

li oleott 
Mark Harrison 
Isaac Bronson, esquires , 

. State Attorney* 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 



New- Haven 
William Hillhousej'r 
David Daggett 
Nathan Smith 
Isaac Mills 
Stephen Twining 
Seth P. Staples 
John II. Lynde 
William Bristol 
Henry W. Edwards 
Charles Denisoa 
De Lauzun Deforest 
Jonathan E. Porter 
Elea^er Foster 
Leonard E. Wales 
Enos Bassett 
Sereno E. Dwieht 



Derby 

Josiah Dudley 
Sheldon C. Curtis, esq'ra 
Guilford 

William Todd, esq 

Meridcn 
Benajah Andrews, esq 

Milfbrd 
Abraham V. H. De Witt 
David B. Ingersoil, eiq's 

Ox/bid 
Isaac M. Wales, esq 

Southoury 
Benjamin Stiles 
Simeon Hinnaau 
Curtis Hiuman, csx| 
li'allingfjrd 



Ralph I. Ingersoil, esq'rs I George W. Stanley, Cbq 

Cheshire . I Water bury 

Barrage Beach, esq Cyrus Clark, 

J Frisbie, esq'rs 

Nathan Rosiiter, esq. Sheriff 
D e fluty -Sherijfs.—losi^a B. Morse, George Murr- 
son, New- Haven. Whiting Stanley, Ch cshire, Fran- 
cis French, Derby. Ebenezer Weed, Sbuthbury* 
Medad Hotchkiss, IVoodbridge. Abel G. Weltogi 
Water bury. Drake Andrews, IValUngflrJ. 
Benjamin li. Fowler, Near-Haven, 'fatfou 

ft* 



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COUNTY OF NEW-LONDOTf. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Elias Perkins, esq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold | Nathaniel Shipman 

Henry Champion | Luther Spalding, esquires 
Matthew Griswold, esq. Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop,esq. Clerk, and Clerk oft 
rior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

A ew-London 
Jonathan Starr 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
William Williams 
Jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
Edward Hallam, esquires 

A/ornvich 
Elisha Hyde 
Andrew Huntington 
Andrew Perkins 
James Lanman 
James Backus 
Erastus Huntington 
Jabez Huntington 
Simeon Thomas 
Joseph Williams 
James Stedman 
Z^cheriah Huntington 
Benjamin Snow, esqires 

Bozrak 
Asa Woodworth 
Asa Fitch 
John Hju^h, esquires 



THE PEACE. 

Colchester 
John Isham 
John R. Watrous 
Joel Worth in gtoii 
Roger Bulkeley 
Asa Bigelow 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters 
Asa Newton 
Seth Lathrop, esquires 

Franklin 
Eli Hyde 
Silas Hartshorne 
Eleazer Tracy, 
Oliver Johnson, esquires 
Groion— Amos Geer 
Ebenezer Avery 2d 
Christopher Morgan 
Ralph Hurlbut 
Isaac Gallup 
Ebenezer Morgan 
John O. Miner 
Daniel Eldredge 
Jared Gallup, esquires 

■Lisbon. 
Levi Perkins 
Joshua Perkins 
Elrsha Morgan 



William Adams, esquires 

Lyme 
Andrew Griswold 
Seth Elyj'r 
David F. Sill 
Moses Warren 
Calvin Selden 
David M. Jewett 
Selden Warner 
Richard M 'Curdy 
William Noyes 
Seth Smith 
Remic Wait 
Henrv Pevkins 
NathM Matson 
Josiah G. Ely, esquires 

Montmille 
Daniel F. Ray mound 
Jared Comstock 
Divid Turner 
Jacob Loomis 
John Smith 2d 
Asahel Otis, esquires 



er 



J\ Qrth-Stonington 
Stephen Avery 2d 
Thomas Prentice 

Calvin Goddard, esq. State Attorney 



Elias Hewit 

Nathan Pendleton, esq'r* 

Preston 
Samuel Mott 
Jeremiah Halsey 
Alexander Stewart 
Charles Fanning 
Solomon Giddings 
Jonah Witter 
Moses Lester 
John Tyler 
Stephen t Meech 
Elijah Lester, esquires 

Stonington 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddington Billings 
Isaac Williams 
Park Williams 
William Randall, 
Joseph Smith 
Win. Lord, esquires 

Wat erf or d 
George Williams 
Daniel H. Caulkins 
Wm. Moore 4th, esquires 



PRACTICING 

JV ew- London 
Ly-man Law 
Jacob B. Gurley 
William P. Cleaveland 
Jirah Isham 
Ebenezer Learned 
William F. Brainard 
Lodowick Fosdick,esq'rs 

J\orwich 
Calvin Goddaid 



ATTORNEYS. 

Elisha Hyde 
William S. Hart 
James Lanman 
John Hyde 
Joseph Williams 
James Stedman 
George Perkins 
George D. Hill 
Roswell Morgan 
Jonathan G. W.Trunabul 



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.A orth* Stoning' ton 
Amos Wheeler j'r, esq. 

Freaton 
Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

Stonington 
Nathaniel Miner 
Coddkigton Billings 
George Hutbard, esq'rs 



Hewry Strong 

Henry Rogers, esquires 

Cole heater 
Benjamin Trumbull 
Samuel A. Peters, esq* rs 

Lyme 
Richard M 1 Curdy 
David M. Jewett 
Henry M. Wait, esq'rs 

Joshua Huntington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff, 
Deputy -Sheriffs — Hezekiah Goddard, Kphraiut 
Cheesbrou^h, J\ew*London. Bela Peck, Shubaei 
Breed, j\or r ivich* Solomon Scovel, Colchester*—* 
Watrous B* ckwith, Lyme* Paul Bahcock, Stoning* 
ton* Jeremiah S. Halsey,- Preston. 

Jailors. — Jolm Jackson, JS/evj- London* 
Augustas Lathrop Norwich* 

COUNTY OF FAXRFELD, 

COUNTY COURT. 

Nathan Wheeler, esq. Chief Ju^ge. 
Joseph Siiliman, esq* • J Daniel B. Cook, esq, 
Andrew L. Hill, esq. 1 Ebenezer Davenport, esq. 

Lewis B v Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court* 



JUSTICES 
Fairfield 
Joseph Strong 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Divid Judah 
Samuel Rowland 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gershom Burr 
Ebenezer Banks 
Israel Bibbins 
Ro&er M. Sherman 



CF THE PEACE* 

Hail Bradley 

Edmund Burr, esquires 

D anbury 
Joseph P. Cook 
Thomas Taylor 
* Coin fort Hoyt j'r 
Daniel N. Carrington 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Andrew Beers 
Moses Hatch 



David Foot 
Alanson Hamlin 
Benjamin Hoyt j'r 
Samuel Taylor, esquires 

Brookfield 
Eli Perry 
Riverius Hawley 
Colby Chamberlain 
John Northrop 
Daniel Tomlinson 
Heman Burch, esquires 

Greenwich 
Ebenezer Mead 
Gilbert Close 
Jabez Mead 
XVilliam Knapp 
Elisha Belcher 
David Wood, esquires 

Huntington 
Diodate Silliman 
Abel French 
Ebenezer Beardsley 
John Curtis 
Lemuel Judson 
Elisha T. Mills 
Isath'l P. Perry, esquires 

Nor walk 
Taylor Sherman 
VVm. M. Belts 
Hezekiah Jar vis 
Henry Belden 
Lewis Raymond 
Jonathan Knight 
Barnabus Marvin, esq'rs 

A ew- Canaan 
Isaac Richards 
Eliphalet St. John, esq'rs 

A ew-FairJieid 
Joseph Bearse j'r 



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David Lane, esquire* 

A'ewtoiin 
Samue' C. Blackmail 
Asa Chapman 
Z?ichariah Ferris 
Timothy Shepard 
Joseph Nichols • 
Ebenezer Turner, esq'rs 

Redding 
Wm. Heron 
Peter San ford 
Lemuel Santord 
Samuel Whiting, esquires 

lUdgcjield 
Nathan Smiwi 
Samuel Stebbins 
Timothy Keeler 
Job Smith 
Jesse S. Bradley 
Philander Camp 
Jacob Dauchy 
Jared Olmstead, erquirts 

Stamford 
John Davenport j'r 
Reuben Scoiield 
Samuel Webb 
Nathan Weed 
Joseph Wcod, esquires 

Stratford 
Joseph Backus 
Samuel W. Johnson 
Josiah Lacy 
J. H. Tomlinson 
Elijah Ufford j'r 
Victory Wet more 
John S. Cannon 
William Peet 
David Sterling, esquires 



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Sherman 
Stephen Barnes 
Levi Hubbeli 
G. B. Giddings, esquires 

Trumbull 
Lewis Burton 
Stephen Middltbrook 
Judson Curtis 
David Seeley, esquires 

Samuel B. Sherwood 



Weston 
Jeremiah Rowland 
Squier Adams 
IsaacBennet 
Walker Sherwood, esq'ts 

Wilton 
Matthew Marvin 
Thaddcus Mead 
Zadock Raymond, esq'rs 
esq State Attorney* 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS* 



Fairjidd 
David Burr 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Samuel B. Sherwood 
Gideon Tomlinson 
Daniel Wakeman 
Roger M. Sherman 
Eliphalet Swift, esquires 

Danbury 
Matthew B. Whittlesey 
Moses Hatch 



Asa Chapman 
Holbrook Curtis 
Timothy Shepard, esq'rs 

Nor walk 
Tavlor Sherman 
Clark Bissell 
Thaddeus Betts, esquires 

Stamford 
John Davenport jr. 
Simeon H, Miner 
Joseph Wood, 



Alanscn Hamlin, esquires Benj. F. Shelton, esquires 



I Stratford 

Robert Fairchild 
Joseph Backus 
Charles M'Ewing 
WJiiiam Benedict 
David Gihbs, esquires 
Trumbull 
| Amos H. Wheeler, esq. 
Ebenezer Dimon, Esq. Sheriff. 
Defiuty -Sheriffs— Mm G. Allen, Fairfield. Sam- 
uel Wild man, j*r* Danbury. Herman Warner, Ae-iv- 
town. David Belt, Aorivalk. Aaron Morehouse, 
Meddir.g\ Joseph Grav, Stamford John Thomp- 
*sm u 8traijbf& Ezra Gregory, Bridgeport* 



Brookficld 
Heman Burch, esq. 

Greenwich 
Timothy Walker, esq. 

Huntington 
Nathaniel P. Perry, esq 

A r i'Wtow?i 
Samuel C. Blackman 



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Jailor*- 



Fairfield. 



Matthew Curtis j'r. Dxnbury. 
COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COUNTY/ COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Grosvenor, Chief Jadge. 
rlezekiah Rip'.ey, esq, I James Gordon, jr. esq. 
^emuel Ingals, esq. | Rufus Adams, esq. 

Hczekiah Ripley, Esq. Treasurer. 
>amuel Gray, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 



Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Windham 
ftbenezer Devotion 
Samuel Gray 
fabez Clark 
^amuel Perkins 
David Young 
Philip Hay ward 
Jebediah Tracy, esq'rs 

Ashford 
Abel Simmons 
osiah Bytes 
William" Walker 
Wn\. Perkins 
Benj. Bosworth, esquires 

Brooklyn 
Joseph Scarborough 
John Parish 
Roger W. Williams 
Daniel Putnam, esquires ' 

Canterbury 
Daniel Frost 
Luther Paine 
Asa Bacon 
Jsaac Backus 
,&sa Butts 



THE PEACE, t 

Andrew T. Judson, esq'rs 

Columbia 
James Pinneo 
Asahel Clark, j'r 
Isaac Ticknor 
Samuel Bliss, esquires 

Hampton 
Ebenezer Moselev 
Philip Pearl 
James Burnett 
Solomop Taintor, esq'rs 

Killingly 
Sampson Howe 
James Danielson 
Ezra Hutchins 
Joseph Adams 
Toel Day 
Hobert Torry 
Anthony Brown, esquires 

Lebanon 
Peleg Thomas 
Thaddeus Clark 
Wm. T. Williams 
Eliphalet Metcalf 
Charles Lathrop 



7% 



Peleg Thomas j'r 
Asahel Dewey, esquires 

Mansfield 
Constant South worth 
Frederick Freeman 
John Salter 
BarzUlai Swift 
Miner Graat 
Royai Storrs, esquires 

Plainfield 
Anthony Bradford 
Joseph Eaton 
John Douglass 
John Lester 
James Gordon, esquires 

PojnfreC 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Ebenezer Kingsbury 
Sylvanus Eackus 
John Holbrook 
John H. Payson, esquires 



-Sterling 
John Wylie 
Thomas Backus 
Dyer Ames, 
Rich. Buriingham, esq'rsi 

Thompson 
Thaddeus Larned 
Noadiah Russell 
John Jacobs 
David H. Phipps 
Simon Davis, esquires 

Voluntown 
Allyn Campbell 
James Alexander* esq'rs 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
Nehemiah Child 
John Fox 
Ebenezer Smith 
Jonathan Morse 



Ebenezer Stoddard 
lNath'1 M'Clellan, esq'rs 
Jabez Clark, Esq. State Attorney. 



PRACTISING 

Windham 
Jabez Clark 
Samuel Perkins 
Philip Haywood 
John Baldwin 
David Young 
John Fitch, esquires 

Ashford 
William Perkins 
David Bol!es, esquires 

Brooklyn 
John Parish 
Daniel Kiesj esquires. 



ATTORNEYS. 

Canterbury 
Andrew T. Judson, esq* 

Columbia 
Asahel Clark, j'r, esq. 

Hamjiton 
Joseph Prentice^ esq. 

Killingly 
Ebenezer Young, esq. 

Lebanon 
Wm«T. Williams, esq* 
Plainfield 
I Joseph Eaton, esq. 



fS 



Potrfrcl 
Sylvan us Backus 
John Ilolbrook 
Eben. G rosvenoT , esq'rs 

Sterling' 
Richard Burlingame, esq 
Henry Webb, 



Thompson 
George Lamed 
Simon Davis, j'r, esq, 

Woodstock 
John M'Clellan 
Ebenezer Stoddard, esq's 
Esq Sheriff 
Deputy- Sheriffs— John Perkins, Anhford. Wal- 
ter Hough, Canterbury, John Gallup, Brooklyn. — 
Elisha Gleason, Pomjret. Hubbard Dutton, Leba- 
non. Elkcnsh G. Eaton, Plainjicld* Rensselaer 
ChildSj Woodstock. 

Samuel Dorrance, Windham, Jailor* 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon, Aaron Austin, esq Chief Judge. 
David Smith, esq. I Hon. Judson Canfield 

I). N. Brinsmade, esq. | Augustus Pet ibone, esq. 

Julius Deming, Es-q. Treasurer. 

JJon. Frederick Wolcott, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF 

Litchfield 

James Morris 

Uriel Holmes 

Julius Deming 

Seth Land on 

Roger Marsh 

Nathan Bassett 

R. N. Whittlesey 

Benjamin Tallmadge 

Aaron Smith 

James Gould 

Peter Sherman 

Roger Marsh 

Asa Bacon, j'r. esquires 



the peace. 

Barkhempstead 
Samuel Ha\ den 
Pelatiah Allen 
Gideon Mills, j'r. esq'rs 

Bethlcm 
David Bellamy 
Ebenezer Perkins 
Billy Ambler 

Canaan 
John Elmore 
John Hurl but 
Silas Franklin 
Azariah Smith, esquire:? 



Colebrook 
Elijah Rockwell 
Sam&et Mills 
Reuben Rockwell, esq'rs 

Cbrnw.aU 
fe*M Kellogg 
John Pierce 
John Sedgwick 
Oliver Btinih am 
Benjamin Gold 
John Calhoun, esquires 

Goshen 
Adino Hile 
William Stanley jun. 
Frederick North 
Moses Lyman, jun. esq'rs 

Harnvtnton 
James Brace 
Lewis Catlin 
Benjamin Griswold 
Timothy Ciark, esquires 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson 
Julius Caswell 
Matthew Elliott 
John Raymond 
David Comstock, esq*rs 

A ew- Hartford 
Abr'ah am Ke llogg 
Roger Mills 
Chauncey Seymour, esq's 

New-Milford 
Reuben Warner 
Elisha Bostwick 
Abijah Treat 
David S. Bbardmaa 
Nathaniel Taylor 
Abel Merwin 
Ebeneaer Saiithj esq'rs 



74 

Mrjofk 
Eleaxer Holt 
Benjamin Welch 
Joseph Battle, esquire* 

Plymouth 
Daniel Potter 
Lake Potter, esquire* 

Rojcintrjf 
Curtis Hurd 
Phineas Smith 
Ehhu Can field, esquiret 

Sharon 
Augustus Taylor 
Daniel St. John 
Calvin Gay 
Samuel E- Everett 
Cyrus Swan 
Ansel Sterling 
Oliver Kellogg, esquire* 

Salisbury 
Adonijah Strong 
Samuel Lee ' 
Elisha Sterling 
Lot Norton j'r 
Martin Strong 
Timothy Chittenden j'r 
John M Holly, esq'rs 

Totrington 
Elisha Smith 
Norman Griswold 
William Battle 
Lyman Wetmore, esq'rs 

Washington 
David Whittlesey 
William Coggswell 
Elijah Hazem esquire* 

Winchester 
Eliphaz Alvord 
I gamu^l Hurlbut 



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Solomon Rockwell 
Phineas Minor 
Joseph Miller, esq'rs 

Warren 
Nathaniel Swift 
John Tallma<!ge 
Ebenezer Tanner, esq'rs 

Water town 
Elijah Woodward 

Uriel Holmes, esq 



S. W- Southmavd 
John H. De Forest 
Charles Merriman, esq** 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
John Strong j'r 
Matthew Minor j'r 
Nathaniel Bacon, esq'rs 
Joseph M. Palmer 
State Attorney* 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 



Litchfield 
Oriel Holmes 
James Gould 
Aaron Smith 
Seth 1\ Beers 
Asa Bacon j 'r 
Elijah Adams 
Jab. W. Huntington, esq's 

Bethlem 
Joseph H. Bellamy, Esq 

Canaan John Elmor e 
Wm. M. Burrall 
Thaddeus Munson 
— Stevens, esq'rs 

Cormvall 
*— Wheaton, esq 

Goshen 
Theodore North, esq 

Kent 
Barzillai Slosson, esq: 

A or folk 
Michael F. Mills 
Birdseve Baldwin 
Jedediah Phelps 
George B. Holt, e«q'rs 
AfW-Mil/brd 



Perry Smith 
Philo N. Hicock 
Charles S. Masters, esq'* 

JVew- Hartford 
Roger Mills 
Wm. Williams, esq'rjl 

Plymouth 
Calvin Butler, esq 

Roxbury 
Royal R. Hinman,esq 

Sharon 
Cyrus Swan 
Ansel Sterling, esq'rs 

Salisbury 
Elisha Sterling 
Martin Strong 
Samuel Church 
Ezra Jewel, esq'rs 

Washington 
; William Coggswell, esq, 

Winchester 
Phineas Miner 
Joseph Miller, esq'rs 

Woodbury 
Noah B. Benedict 
Matthew YV. Minor }'» 



David S. Boardmaa [ JosephM. Palmer, esg'rs 

John Strong j'r I Wattrtown 

Charles B. Phelps | Sam'l W.Southxnayd, esq 

John R. Landon, esq. Sheriff* 
Dehuty- Sheriffs. — Roger Co^k, Litchfield. Sam- 1 
ml Comstock, J\ as- Mi {ford. Nathaniel Robfoins r 
JN or folk* Oliver Case, A 'env- •Hart ford. Timothy 
Chittenden, Salisbury* Philo De Forest, Woodbury. 
J. Calhoun, Cornwall. Linus Fenn, Plymouth. Da- 
\id Bird, Bethlem. John N. Gwto, Washington* 
Reger Cook, Litchfield, Jailor. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

COUNTY COURT 

Hon. Ashsr Miller, esq. Chief Judge. 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq j Seth Overton, esq 
William Morgan, esq | Lemuel Storrs, esq 

Beth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court* 



JUSTICES 

Middletown 
Samuel W. Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
!Nehemiah Hubbard j'r 
Ebenezcr Sage 
Wiiiiam Plambe 
Isaac Gridley 
John Pratt 

Ebenezer Roberts 2d 
Elijah Hubbard 
.Alexander Collins 
Samuel- Ee lis 
Richard Alsop 
Eli Coe, esquires 
Chatham 
Daniel Shepard 



OF THE PEACE. 

David Clark 

Wil iam Dixon 

Asahel H. Strong 

Cyrus Bill 

Nathaniel Corn well, es$ r $ 

Durham. 
Simeon Parsons 
Dan Parmele 
Charles Coe 
Guernsey Bates 
Worth- G. Chauncey 
AbeKMevwin 
Isaac Newton, esquired 

Kant- Haddam 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
Jonathan O. Mose!ey 
5 Timothy Gates 2d 



Ebenezer Holmes 
Josiah G rifling 
Israel Cone 
John Brainard 
William Cone 
Sylvester Chapman 
Isaac Chapman, esq'rs 

Haddam 
Ezra Brainard 

r Smith Clark 
Oliver Wells 
Stephen Tibbite 
Jonathan Huntington 
Robert R. Chapman-, esq 'j 

Killingivorlh 
Abraham Pierson 
Job Wright 
# Martin Lord 
George Elliott 
Dan Lane 
Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, esq. State Attorney * 



Nathan Hull jV 
Joel Griswold 
Amaziah Bray, esq'rs 

Say brook 
William Mart 
Timothy Starkey 
Jonathan Lay 
Samuel Hare 
John Bull 
Samael Williams 
Samuel Tulley 
John Stannard 
Jonathan Warner 
John Platts 
Thomas Siliiman 
Clark Nott 
Joseph Hill 
George W. Jewett 
Richard Ely, esquires 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 



Middle town 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Samuel W- Dana 
Matthew T. Russell 
Enoch Huntington 
Alexander Collins 
Elijah Hubbard 
Chauncey Whittlesey 
Levi H. Clark 
W. Van Deursen jY.esq's 
Chatham 



East- Haddam 
Jonathan O. Moselejr 
Jared Spencer 
Epaphro. Champion, j'r 
Nathan L. Foster, esq X s 

Haddam 
Linus Parmele j'r. esq 

KillingiVQrik 
Amaziah Bray, esq 

Say Brook 
George W. Jewett 
Ely Warner* esq 'rs 



Asahel H. Strong 
Oliver Overton, esquires 

Enoch Parsons, esq. Sheriff'. 
Defiidy-§heriffs.-+-\sdh<z\ Loomis, Mht$ti<*%vn* 
Daniel Smith, Haddam* Chevera Brainaid E bt«c- 
7* 



zer Holfftss, Ehst- TTdddam. Heman Starkly, &hy* 
brook. Ralph Smith, Chatham. Calvin B. Fish, 
JLyme. 

Daniel Smith, H-Jtddam, Jailor* 
No Jaii at Middletown. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Chief Judge; 
Samuel Dunton, esq I David Hale, esq 

Oliver King, esq | John Hall, esq 

Ephraim Grant, esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES 

Tolland 
Jabez Kingsbury 
Eiisha Stearns 
Daniel Kellogg 
John Bi iss 
Judah Bliss, e*q*rs 

Samuel Carver 
Ichabod Warner 
Saul Alvord j'r 
Daniel Lord, esquires 

Coventry 
Jesse Root 
Eleazer Pomeroy 
Daniel Burnap 
Nathan Howard 
Eiisha Edgarton 
Joseph Talcott, esq'rs 

Hebron 
Samuel Gilbert 
Elihu Marvin 
Elijah House 



OF THE PEACE* 

Joel Jones 

John H. Bueli 

John H. Wells, esq'rs 

Ellington 
John H. Goodrich 
Asa Willey 
Robert Hyde, esq'rs 

Somers 
Benjamin Phelps 
Giles Pease 
Calvin Pitkin 
Solomon L. Fuller, esq'rsr 

Stafford 
Ebe?iezer Gay 
Samuel Willard 
Rerun ng Mann 
Daniel Peck, esq'rs 

Vernon 
Ph'meas Talcott, esq 

Union 
Samuel Crawford 
Abjah Sessiens 



William Foster, esqVs 



m 

WtVtngUn 
Elisha Johnson 
Zehulon Crocker, esq*r§ 
Jonathan Barns, esq. Slate Attorney. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 



To I land 
Jonathan Barnes 
Elisha Stearns 
Calvin Willey, esq'rs 

Bolton 
Saul Alvordj'r. esq 

Coventry 
Jeremiah Parish, esq 

Ellington 
Asa Willey, esq 



Hebron 
John T. Peters 
Stuart Beebee, esqVs 

Some r s 
Walter R. Kabbee, esq* 

Stafford 
Benning Mann 
Elisha Wales 
Ralph R, Phelps, esq'rs - 

Wellington 
-*. — Wood worth, esq 
George O. Gilbert, Tolland, Sheriff'. 
Def?u(y-Sheriff 6\-*-Aho\mb Johnson, Stafford. Dud- 
ley B. Post, Hebron. 

John H. Mack, Jailor. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts Judges Clerks 

Hartford Jonathan Brace James Wells 

ftew-Haven Eliznr Goodrich John H. Lynde 

J\'ew- London Matth. Griswoid Eben'r Learned 

Fairfield Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr 

Windham Kezekiah Ripley Samuel Gray 

Litchfield Bred'k Wolcott J. W- Huntington 

Middletown Asher Miller John Fisk 

Flainfield Rufus Adams John Douglass 

Guilford Henry Kill 

J\ or folk Angus, Pcttibone 

Woodbury Koah B. BcnediciM. Miner ' 

Stamford E- Deavenpcrt j'rA. Davenpor 

Dandury J, P. Cook J. P. Cook j'r 



Xa&t-Haddam Isaac Spencer SdJared Spencer 

•Norwich And. HuntingtonJ. Huntington 

Pnmfret T. Grosvenor L. Grosvenor 

Sharon Elislva Sterling John M. Holly 

Stafford Jonathan Barnes Elisha Stearns 

Simsbury Geo. IlumphreysWilliam. Stone 

Stonington Cod. Billings Alex. G. Smith; 

Farming ton John Mix Martin Bull 

Wallingford G. W. Stanley Joshua AtwateY 

Say brook Jonathan Lay 

Stratford Sam'iW. Johnson Ch as. Mc'Ewen 

Fast-Windsor Eliphalet Terry Elam O. Potter 

I Vat er bury J. Kingsbury 

.Korwalk T« Sherman Wm. M. Belts 

Aew-Milford D. S. Boardman W. W. Boardman' 

Hebron Sylvester Gilbert Steward Beebe 

Gran by Pliny Hillyer 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford 



J\'e?v-Havcn 

Derby 
Milf.rd 
JSei'j- London 

Aorivich 

Caleb ester 

Stonington 

Lyme 

Preston 

Fairfield 

Windham 

IVoodatock 

IJtchfidd 

Sharon 



C Enoch Perkins, Theodore DwightV 
\ Walter Mitchell 

CElizur Goodrich, Dyer White. John 
\ H. Lymle, Sereno E. Dwight. 
John Humphreys, jun. 
Dtavid B. Ingersoll 

L. Law, E- Learned, W. F. Brainard 
C James Lanman, William S. Hart 3 
C Ja m ^s St e d m an 
Daniel Watrous 
Coddington Billings 
William Noyes,jun. 
Samuel Mott 
Lewis B. Sturges 
Samuel Perkins 
Jedediah Morse 
Frederick Wolcott 
John C. Smith 



si 



Gecrge W. Stanley 

C Stephen T. Hosmer, Matthew T> 

i Kussel, Levi H Clark 



tVtdlingford 

Mid diet own 

Sitffield Hezekiah Huntington 

A or walk EJiphaJet Lockwcod 

Salisbury Eiisha Sterling 

Biic/gr/ioi t Joseph Backus 

Brooklyn John Parish 

TOWI* CLERKS AND COLLECT OR& 

ion 1313. 



Towns 
Ashford 
Barkhempstead 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bditon 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Broekikld 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colcheser 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Derby 
Purham 
Ka.*t-Ila?en 



: Clerks 
Josias Byles 
Moses Hay den 
Ro^er Riley 



Collectors 
Comf't Carpentet 
Amos Beecher 
Lemuel Peck 



Sam'l Church, jr. David Bird 
Elijah White Ich. M Warnel 



John Hough 
Orchard Gou-d 
Bryan Hooker 
C. Chamberlain 
Simeon Hart 



Gard Avery j'r 

Abel Mop d ley 
Tracy Peck 
Newton Piatt 
Nor. Humphrey 



Sajy. Sea i bore ughSamuel Dorrance 
Et?tstu<* Learred Samuel L. Hough 
Win. Douglass James Fenn 
James Humphrey Abiel Brown 
Zeb. Penneld Samuel Wikcx 
Rufus Hitchcock Sites Hitchccck 
Elijan Rockwell Launcelot Phelpa 
Daniel Watrous John C. Bulkley 
Samuel Little Elam Loomls 
Judah Kellogg EliasHart 
Nathan Howard Nathan H. RosS 
Elias Starr Plat Benedict 

Josiah Dudley Andrew Johnsonf. 
W. G. Chancey Lemuel Camp 
Btla Farnham Levi Potts* 



15ast-Hartford 

East-Haddam 

East-Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Farmingtoa 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Haddam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killing worth 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meniden 

Milford 

Middletown 

Middlebury 

Montville 

N'-w-Canaan 

K^v -Fairfield 

New-Haven 

2*ew-Jtiartibr4 



Samuel Pitkin 
Timothy Gates 
Aaron Rissell 
Robert Hvde 
Eiiph't Terry 
John Mix 



Blihn'Olmsteid 

NeWel Cone 
Select-Men 
Wyllys Russell ' 
Lot Killanih 
Timothy H. Root 



Samuel Rowland Nathan Beers 
Eli Hartshorne Samuel Hyde j'f 
J. hn Hale R >sweil Risley 

Adiho Hale Samuel C r iapirr 

Judih Tlolcomb Isaac Phelps j'r 
Jabez Fitch Ira Lockwood 

Amos A Niles Stephen Haley 
Samuel Fowler Augur WilJman 
Russell Pierpont Allen Diekman 
Smith Clark James Br tinerd 
Eben'r Mn^ely James Utley 
Thomas Chester Josias Beckwith 
Elijah Gavlord Eph'm H. Moor« 
John S. Peters Sam'l Wright j'f 
Samuel WheelerEli L. Hawley 
D. M Ccn.stockJohn Mills 
Ab'm Pierson Jeremiah Huil 
Luther Warren George Law 
ElishaHut.chinsonlsaac West 
Jed. Burr.ham Roswell Adam* 
Moses Seymour James Stone 
David F Sill Geo. Griswold j> 
Edmond FreemanJohn Gilbert j'r 
David B Ripley JJoel Washborn 
Isaac Lewis Levi Yale 

A V. H, Dewitt Samuel Down 
John Fisk Sylvester Wilco* 

L*man Towns.endlJaniel Tyler j'r 
Azel Rogers George A-len 
Samuel St. John Enos Weed 
Abei Gregory Sam. T.Bui nham* 
Etisha Munson John Skinner 
Asa Goodwin Julia Brows- 



New-London 

New- Mil ford 

Newtown 

North-Haven 

Norwich 

Nor walk 

Norfolk 

Nonh-StonihgtonStephen Avery 

Oxford Abel Wheeler 

PlainfiMd 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Preston 

Redding 

R if] icefield 

Koxoury 

S:\ybrook 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Somers 

Southbury 

Southington 

Sherman 

Stamford 

Stafford 

Sterling 

Stoningtoh 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Symsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torrington 

Trumbull 

Union 

Vernon 

Voluntown 

Wallingford 

^Varren 



83 
David Coit Joseph Smiik 

Elisha Bestv/ick Philo Nobie 
Caleb Baldwin Jos. B. wheeler 
Daniel Pierpont John Abbott 
Philip HuntingtonEbene'r Hyde }'t 
Jacob Osborn Samuel Bouton 
Joseph Jones Ezekiel Wilcox 
Sands CVe 
Lemuel Beardslee 
Squire Cady William Hall 

Joseph A Wright Aaron Fenn j'r 
T. M GrosvenorAsa Copeland 
Joseph Stanton John Morgan j'r 
John R, Sanford Benjamin Meeker 
Sa^nuel Stebbins Lewis Olmsted 
Elihu Canfield Joseph Fairchild 
Clark Nott BeaumoHt Clark 

Alexander Lamb 



Asa Hutchinson 
Samuel Canfield 
Jabez Collins 
John Mosely 
Lucas Curtis 



David Gay 
Hiram Pomeroy 
Richard Smith 
Lucas Curtis 
David Northrop William Giddings 
Sam '1 Hoy t j'r HenryHoyt' j'r 
Samuel Blodget Samuel Strong 
Asa Montgomery Rich. Burlingame 
Jesse Dean Z. Cheesborough 

Aaron Benjamin John Thompson 



Oliver Pease 

Benjamin Ely 
Nath'l Mills 
Samuel Ladd 
Elisha Smith 
Eliakim Beach 
Robert Law son 
Oliver King 



Amos Sikes 
Oliver C. Phelps 
Samuel Dike 
Hezekiah Nye 
R. C. Abernathy 
AbijahUffoot 
Laban Bates j'r 
Elijah Skinner j'r 



James AlexanderSamuel Robbins 
Hunn Mnnson Dtuvkl I. Tuttlc 
George Starr Piatt Starr 



Washington 

Waterbubury 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Weston 

Wethersfield. 

Wellington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Woodstock 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 

Wolcott 



84 

D. N BrinsmadeJohn N. Guna 
Ashley Scott Zenas Cook 
Nathan Stewart William Stuart 
Aner Bradley Anson Tuttle 
Nathan WheelerNathan Bennett 
S, W. Williams Samuel Galpin 



Elijah Holt 
Samuel Belden 
John Staniford j 
Elisha N. Sill 
Eliphaz Alvord 
Jonathan Morse 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
Isaac Bronson 



Daniel Glazier 
Sam Comstock 2<$ 
r Joshua Smith 
Jac6b Loomis j'f 
Ropier Coe 
Jonathan May 
Deraas Sperry 
Philo Be Forest 
Archibald Miner 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 



NEW-HAVEJNT. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Henry Dag^et, j Simeon Baldwin, 

Joseph Darling, > I Charles Denison, esq'r$ 

Elisha Munson, esq. City Clerk. 
Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Dyer White, Clerk of City Court. 
Seth P. Staples, esq. City Attorney 
John Skinner, Josiah B. Morse, City Sheriffs. 
Common-Council Men. 
James Hillhouse, Hezekiah Hotchkiss, Thaddev;^ 
Iteecher, James Merriman, Ebenezer Peck, Daniel 
Heed, Eleaaer Foster, Henry Dagget, jun. John He 
Jacocks, Seth P. Staples. 

( Annual Meeting first Tuesday in June. J 



8o 
JSfEW-LONDO]*. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, esq. Mayor- 
Aldermen* 
Elias Perkins, I Elisha Denison, 

Lyman Law, I Samuel Green, esq'rs» 

Guy Richards, esq. Treasurer. 
William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of City Court 
David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 
Hezekiah Goddard, Ephraim Chesebrough, Sheriffs 
Common-Council Men,. 
Thaddeus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, 
Frederick Miner, Edward Hallam, Daniel Chap- 
man. 

(Annual Meeting, second Monday in June*) 
—& — 
HARTFORD. 
Hon. Chauncey Goodrich, esq. Mayor. 
Jonathan Brace, I John Caldwell 

Theodore Dwight, | John Morgan, esquires, 

William Whitman, esq. Clerk. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Horace Wadsworth, Jabez Ripley, Sheriffs* 
Common- Council Men. 
Ephraim Root, Enoch Perkins, Isaac Bull, Ed- 
ward Danforth, Richard Goodman, James Hosmer, 
Jacob Sargeant, James Ward, John Leffingwell, Peter 
^hatcher, Thomas S. Williams. 

(Annual Meeting, last Monday in March.) 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Mayor, 

Aldermen. 



Neh. Hubbard, j'r 



Lemuel Storrs, | Tim.* Southmayd, esq'rs 

John Fisk, esq. City Clerk, and Clerk of Citv Court* 

Levi H. Clarke, esq. City Attorney. 

Asahel l^omis, Harvey Tre&lway, Sheriffs. 

8 



B6 

Common-Cmmctl Men, 

Ebenezer Saoje, Jehosaphat Starr, Alexander Col» 

fi as, John R.Watkinson, Eleazer Dunham, Henry 

Carrington, Samuel Cooper, Josiah Williams, Elijah 

Hubbard, Th. Mather, Levi H. Clarke,Wnv C HalU 

(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in January- J 

— ® — 

NORWICH. 

Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

| Erastus Huntington 



Simeon Thomas, | Joseph Williams, <ssq*rs 

James Stedman, esq. Clerk of City, and City Courj:* 

John Hyde, esq- Treasurer. 

Charles F. Harrington, Ebenezer Hyde,. Sheriffs. 

Common- Council Men. 
Nathaniel Shipman, Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathan- 
iel Townsend, Joseph W. Tracy, John Hyde, Jona- 
than G. W. Trumbull. 

t . (Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in Jlfirih) 
*3fo — 

STONIT^GTON BOROUGH. 

Warden 

Burgesses* 

Joseph Smith, Elijah Palmer,* Z-bulon Stanton, 
Thomas Swan, David C Smith, Wm, Lord, Thomas I 
Ash, Jonathan Pendleton. 

Oliver York. Treasurer and Bailiff. 
Alexander G. Smith, Clerk. 
— o — 

BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 
j Josiah Lacey, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 

Salmon Hubbell, Isaac Hinman, Reuben Twedy,. 
David Sterling, George Hayt, Joseph Backus. 
\ Matthew Cuitiss, Bailiff. 
Simon Backas, C erk, 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Middletown, Survey©* 

General. 

COUNTY SURVEYORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORO. 

William Oimstead, of East Hartford* 

COUNTY ©F NEW-HAVEN. 

Moses Beach, of Wallingford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON, 

Moses Warren, of Lyme. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Joseph Moss White, of Danbury. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Lemuel In gals, of Pomfret. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

Nathaniel Spencer, of New-Hartford. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

George Giilett, of Hebron. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

Captain Geieral Vacant. 

HIS HONOR 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 

Lieutenant- General, and Commander in Chief. 
Major Joseph Trumbull, J^ dSmde . Camfi 

Major-General Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant 

General 
Major Thomas M. Huntington, ? J2 , . n . 
Major Henry Hudson, • j 4*d*-de-Catnfi* 

Col. John Mix, esq. Quarter-Master-General. 



mo 

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARD*. 



HORSE. 



rooT. 



AT MARTffORD. 

Joshua P. Burn ham, Major Commandant 
James Fortune, 1st Lieutenant 
Amos Keyes, jun. 2d Lieutenant 
Daniel Buck, Cornet 
Nathaniel Terry, Major Commandant 
Isaac D. Bull, Captain and 1 st Lieutenant 
El iph^let Terry, jun. 2d Lieutenant 
Walter Mitchell, 3d Lieutenant 
Richard E* Goodwin, 4th Lieutenant 
Phiio Hillyer, Ensign 



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FOOT. 



AT NEW-HAVEN. 

Ehhu Munson, -Major Commandant 
William A« Babcock, 1st Lieutenant 
Josiah B. Morse, 2d Lieutenant 
Joel Walter, Cornet 
Luther Bradley, Major Commandant 
Henry Eld, 1st Lieutenant 
Timothy Bishop, 2d Lieutenant 
Eleazer Foster, 3d Lieutenant 
Jared Doolittle, 4th Lieutenant 
Timothy Plant, Ensign 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigades 
Solomon Cowles, esq. Major General 
Major George Cowles, "> 4i » . **»*»* 

Major William L. Cobles, 5 Atd *' de - Can * 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Moses T»yon, jun. esq. Brigadier General 

James Loomis, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Peter B. Gleason, Brigade Quarter-Master 

l*t regt. Luther Fitch, lieut. coi. cocaroandaM 



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Martin Ellsworth, 1st maj. James Loomis, 2d maj, 
Sheldon VV. Candee, adjutant. Henry A- Row- 
land, chaplain. Horatio G. Hale, quartermaster 
K os we 11 Bartholomew, pay -master. Jonathan fL 
Sparhawk, sr.rgeon. Vacant surgeon's mate. 

Alatrus* Company. — Anson G. Phelps, capt. Na- 
than Johson, 1st Iieut. Charles Mosiey, 2d iieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Jeremiah Brown Nathan Aiiyn James Doclittls 
Eli Wadsworth Jos- Woodbridg® Wn> Benton 

Isaac Chandler Rob. T. Mather Henry Loomis 
Samuel Strong Giles Ellsworth 

Mos. Goodmanj'rHorace Belden David Selden 

Win, Blanchard John Palmer Philander Rowel 

Iiez. Webster Benoni Hubbard Roger Cadwell 

John F. Waters Erastus Barber 

Nath'l Goodwin James Marsh Win. Wadsworth 

ISth regt. Calvin Barber, Iieut. col. com'dt 
1st maj. A, P. Humphry, 2d maj. 

B. H. Wilcox, adjutant. Alien M'Lean, chaplain. 

Haynes Woodbridge, quarter-master. Daniel Hays, 

2d, pay-master. Gideon Case, surgeon. Potter 

surgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieulenards Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Isaac Phelps j'r Sterling Dibble James Lewis 

Arch. Kasbon j'r Abner Case Leman Reed 

Jona. Pettibonej'rMosesCase Philander Case 

Isaiah Ensign Duel. Humphreys Ariel Hcskins 
Joel Clark Joab Owen 

Jared Mills j'r Gad Curtiss Ralph Dyer 

Dan G. Vining James Muggins Sereno Holcomb 
Ezra Adams j'r Loin Humph reysSeym'r A. Moses 
Jess© P. HolcomMorm Yiets * Elihu Holcomb 



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Jos. Goodwin j*r Oliver Filley Wm. Adams* 



19th reGt. Ezra Brainard, lieut. col. comm'dt. 

Ephraim Isham, 1st maj. Daniel Havden, j'r. 2d 
rn \j. Chester King, adjutant. Andrew Yates, chap- 
lain. Henry \> Porter, quarter-master. Stephen B* 
Goodwin, pay-master, Eleazer M'Cray, surgeon.— - I 
David Bemiss, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matross- Company. 
Amherst Reynold, capt, Giles Glmstead, 1st lieut* J 
George Reynolds, 2d lieut. Wm. Jones, 3d lieut. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Li^ht Infantry 
Erastus Strong Martin Rockwell 
Nehem. Osborn Phineas Blodget 

Martin Stanley Joseph Goodwin Joseph P. Jones 
David Abbee Amzi Allen Charles S. Phelps i 

John Talcott j'r John Howard j'r Aaron Farmer j'r i 
William GoodalcAustin Hall Moses Ensign j'v 

Justus M'Kinney Clark Foster Eben'r Smith 
Amos Buckl and Stephen Cad well Wm. Wilson A 

* Francis M'LeanJohn A. Hall ' Elliott Palmer 
William Culver Elijah Ca&y Peter Buckland 

Elihu Morton Simeon Barber James Trumbull 
Robert M'Kee j'rElizur Holiister Iremis Brown 

# Appointed 31a jar, October^ 1812. 



22(Iregt. Noah Porter, lieut. coh commandant. 

Elijah Smith, 1st maj. Nathan H. Rose, 2d maj. 
Solo. Gilbert, adjutant. Hubbel Loomis, chaplain. — 
Abner Porter, quarter-master. William Hutchinson, 
pay-master. Judah Bliss, surgeon* Rhodolp's Ladd> 
su rgeon's-mate* 

Mat r oss Company f 
Samuel Bradley, capt. Daniel W. Badger, lstiieut* 
Salomon Hawcs, 2d lieut. 



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Captains Lieutenants En igns 

Light Infantry 
FJeazer Wishbun ' Joshua Hows 

Daniel Griggs Elijah VVhiton 

Joseph Dow James White David Robertson 

Darius Alden Alvin Hyde Samuel Jones 

John vVarren j'r Roger Barber Ralph Cobb 
Bartholo. Potter Joseph Merrick Isaac Nibs 
S.un'l Crawford Abner Badger Win, Badger 
Joseph G« NortonLeviSweetlandj'rDaniel Loomis j*r 
Saift'l E. Johnson Rben'r Spelman Jona. Johnson 
Oliver Foot Caleb Carlton j'r Wyilys Pease. 

31st reqt. Amaziah Kibble, jun lieut. col. com'dt. 

Robert Morrison, 1st maj. Vashni Hall j'r. 2d maj. 
Roswell Parsons, adjutant. William L. Strong, chap- 
lain. Luther Parsons, quarter-master. Win. Math- 
er, pay-master. Horatio A. Hamlinton, surgeon.— 
Vacant, surgeon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Jabez King Elip. Collins j'r Lorain T. Pease 

Frederick TaylorSamucl Nurris Jona. Remington 

Christopher JonesThos. Austin j'r David Bement 
Jabez Collins Jonah Gris.vok^'rPeter B. Potter 
Job Hurlbut j'r David Meacham Oliver Collins 
Thorn asChandlerObed Hale Alpbeus Pease 

Luke Kibbie John Phelps Calvin Hall 

Phillip Nelson Isaac Pomeroy Barlow Rose 
Horace Kendall Simon Kendall Carlos Harmon 
Israel Phelps Gideon Trumbull 

First Regiment Cavalry. 
Jonathan Bartlett, lieut. col. commandant. 
Oliver C Phelps, major. Paul Pomeroy, adjutant. 
Sirubael Bartlett, chaplain, Thomas Potwine, jun« 



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quarter-master. Ralph H. Ripley, pay-master, John 
W. Hene&ettjsurgspgi* — — Smith, surgeon Vmate. 
1st Ccmpamj. 



Ko^er Phelps, e&pt. 
Mack C. Webster, 1st It. 
Warren Marshall, 2d It. 
Horace Goodwin, cornet 
2d Company. 

Austin Phelps, Istlient. 
Frederick Phelps, 2d do. 
Asaph Fuller, cornet 
3d Company 

Epaph. L- Phelps, 1st It. 



John Collins, 2d lieut. 
Samuel Belcher, cornet 

Ath Company. 
Oliver Molt* capt. 
Elijah C Pearl, 1st lieut. 
Harry Coggswell, 2d do. 
Charles Hatch, cornet 

bill Company. 
Joseph Abhett 
Nathan Pease, j'r. 1st it. 
Timothy Abbee, 2d lieut. 

Vacant, cornet 



SEVENTH BRIGADE. 

Levi Lusk, esq. Brigadier General 
Martin Welles, Brigade Major and Inspector 
George Plum mer, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



6th regt. Simeon North, lieut. col, commandant 
George Sellew, 1st maj. Martin Kellogg, j'r 2d maj. 
Reuben North, adjutant. Vacant, chaplain. Sain'l 
Ko. lister 2d. quarter-master. Horace Latimer, pay- 
master- Daniel Fuller, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Palmer \Vm. Wiilard Simon Churchill 
Joseph Stiliman Matthew Francis George Francis 
James Sellew Benjamin Halej'rHoel Holmes 
Edmund Buikley Austin Robbins Williams Robbins 
James Oeming Joseph Camp William Deming 
J ared Strickland Waiter Hale George Govel 
Ashbel Alger j'r Noah Tryon Chaun. Strickland 
Benjamin WilcoxJoseph Gttlphinj'rWilliann Hoilibter 



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35th regt. Elijah Manross, lieut, col. command'tv 
George Cowles, l#t maj. Gad Frisbie, 2d major, 
Seth I. North, adjutant. Noah Porter, chaplain- 
Samuel Tillotson, quarter- master. Samuel Steel, 
pay -master. Titus Merrimaja, surgeon. Elijah 
Flowers, surgeon 's-mate. 

Matrass Company 
Azariah Johnson, capt. John B. Hendrick, 1st \U 
Thomas Atkins, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 

Timothy Cowles Cauncey Sweet Mark Thompson 

Light Infantry 
Jervis Root Samuel Barnes Philo Barnes 

Romanta Porter Rome© Welton Alfred Cowles 
Jabei Langdon Nathan Williams Timothy Bostford 
Ezekiel Andrus Oliver Stanley adSeth J. North 
John S. Mitchell Isaac Norton Samuel Dutton 
Ephraim Roper Stephen WalklevMartin Smith 
Dan Deming AlansonWoodruflfThomas Calden 
Joel Barnes William Marks John Peck 

Ab'm Pettibonej'r Giles Griswold 

23d regt. Enoch Huntington, Heut. col. eomm'dtv 
Daniel White, 1st major. Josiah Sage, 2d major. 
Chauncey Whittlesey, adjutant. Samuel Cooper* 
pay-master. Eben'r W. Sage, quarter-master. Dan, 
Huntington, chaplain John Richmond, surgeon. Jo- 
seph F. Gilbert, surgeon's-maie. 

Captains Lieutenants , Ensigns 

Light-Infantry 
Nathan Wilcox Thomas Sill Daniel Doud 

Jere. Taylor Chas. Churchill Seth Branch 

Charles Brewer Josiah Wetmore Elizur Barnes 
Isaac Webber Amasa Savage Joseph Wi I haras 
Joseph Coe jV Aaron C. Sears Jacob Roberts 



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Foci Bartlett Jesse Hall John Wilcoi 

Stephen StockingThom as Selden Simon Selden 
William Bevins Seth Birdseye Elihu Birdseye 
Oliver Brainard Joseph Caswell j'rNa than Markhane 
A>saph Abbey David Chittenden Daniel Smith 
John Bacon 2d Nath'l BoardmanLemuel White 

24th re«t. John Isham, j'r. lieut. col. coramand't. 
Jonah Gates, 1st maj. Joshua Butkeley, 2d, 2dmaj„ 
Samuel Kellogg, 2d, adjutant. William Lyman, chap* 
Iain. Abraham- Shepard, quarter-master. Epaph- 
roditus Champion, pay-master. Elijah Butts, sur- 
geon. Jesse Bigelow, surgeon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Samuel Crowell Joseph O. AckleyJoseph Brainard 
Newhall TaintorElkanah Williams Erastus Chester 
William Palmer Phineas Gates, 2d€aleb Gates 2d 
Daniel R. Pratt Daniel Carrier Elisha Brown 
Ira Randall Avery Morgan Andrew Billings 

Hefcekiah LoomisManly Beebe Thomas Swan 
Jona. Beck wi tli Baruch BeckwithSam'l B. G rifling 
Guy Bigelow Elisha Morgan Harris Rogers 

1th Regiment Cavalry. 

Gad Cow-cs, lieut. col. commandant 
David Dealing, major. Thomas Hubbard, adjutant, 
Edbert Cowies, quarter-master. Jsshua L Williams, 
chaplain. Edward Cowies, pay-master. Henry 
Wadsworth, surgeon. Horace Southmayd, surgeon's 
mate. 



list Company 

Richard Lord, capt. 
Otin Chapman, 1st It. 

Vacant, 2d do. 

Vacant, cornet 
2 d Company 
Elisha Kirby, capt. 
Asa Boardman, 1st lieut. 



Alpheus Shumway, 2d do 
Daniel Bacon, cornet 

3d Company 
Levi Barnes, capt. 
Urban Barret, 1st lieut i 
Philemon Woodruff,2d do 
Phineas Pardee, cornet 



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4th Company . Anson Porter, 2d <!•. 

Martin Cowles, capt, I Vastus Sage,cornet 

Ozem Woodruff, 1st* It. I 6th Company 

Chauncey Hooker,*2d do. I -David Bnell, capt. 
Timothy H. Root, .cornet I Eleazer Veasey, 1st It. 

5th Compary I Vine Starr, 2d do 

Reuben Dunham, capt. | Chauncey Clark, cornet 
J)av id Hubbard, 1st heut j 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigades. 
John Hubbard, esq. Major-General. 
Chauncey Bunce, } 4i , a , ',->., 
Eben'rHugginsjYS ^'d-de-Camfi. 

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SECOND BRIGADE. 

James Merriman, esq. Brigadier-General. 
John H. Lynde, Brigade-Major and Inspector. 
Wedsworth Wadsworth brigade quarter-master. 

2d rfct. Hezekiah Howe, It. col. commandant. 
Elisha Hull, 1st major. Beriah Bradley, 2d major. 

Stephen Huggins, adjutant. , chaplain. — 

Harvey Sanford, quarter-master , pay-mas- 

ter* Eli Ives, surgeon* Beia Farnham, surgeon's 
mate, 

Matross Company. 

William Stanley, major. Charles Sherman.cept. 
Joseph A. Bishop, 1st. iieut. Lewis Hotchkiss, 2d 
lieutenant. Oliver Steele, 3d It. Raphael Dickinson, 
4th lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Zebul Bradley Samuel Willmot James Gorham 



Elisha PundersonEli Gilbert 
Ab'm Pardee Atnos Morris 
Philemon Smith Enos Smith 
John Beach Jesse Brocket 

teor.ai dives Timo. Aud*ew$ 



Sheldon Swjft 
Isaac Pardee 
Thaddeus Clark 
Pierpont Brocket 

Efeda TuUte 



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Ambrose Tuttle Leverett Tuttle Amos Goodyear 
Roswell Lee Jacob Whiting Lymari Ford 

7th regt. Elisha Sill, lieut, col. commandant. 

John Brainard, 2d, first major, EH Denison, 2d 
shaj, Samuel Hart, jr. adjutant, Aaron Hovey, chap- 
lain, Amaziah Bray, quarter-master. Linus Par- 
rnele, pay-master, Samuel Carter, surgeon. Ezra 
S. Mather, surgeon's-mate 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns. 

William Clark Timothy Pratt j'rBenjaminDawd 
Steph. DickinsonGideon Higgins Aaron Brainard 
Benjamin Hurd George Buell Nath'l Redfield 
Jabez South worthJohn Bull j'r Barnabus Bates 

Ansil Hill Wm. Bushnell Austin Willcox 

James Walkley Amos Smith Michael M'Nary 
Moses Willcox Aaron Willcox Jeremiah Mull 
Joseph Shipman Zach. Clark Eleazer Clark 
Ab'm Hurd Jonathan Burr Smith Hubbard 

Obadiah Platts Lorenzo Smith William A. Hill 



10th regt. Jesse Ford, lieut col, commandant. 

Solomon R. Hall, 1st major. Welcome Royce, 2d 
maj. Turhand K. Cook, adjutant. James Noyes, 
chaplain. John Barker, quarter-master. Lyverius 
Carrington, pay-master. Gold Norton, surgeon.— 
Isaac Hough, surgeon's -mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Samuel Peck Ethelb'rt Benhamjoel Peck 
Caleb ThompsonCaleb Cook, j'r Asaph Hall 

William Marks Ira Andrews Butler Ives 

Jesse Smith Charles Robinson 

Thaddeus Stout Phinehas Ives Thomas Mors$ 

Ozias Camp Jesse Atwell Joseph C. Hall 

Ro&well Cowles Lyman Collins Samuel Yale 

Ab'm Barnes Benjamin Piatt Samuel Tmtte 



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2fth rest. AbelRossiter, lieut. col. command't; 
Benj. Baldwin, 1st maj. Jere. Parmele, 2d major. 
Agur Wildman, adjutant. Timothy P. Gil.ett, chap- 
Iain. TheophilusScrantonj'r. quarter-master, Na- 
than Bushnell, pay-master. Anson Foot, surgeon. 
Peman P. Brooks, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutmants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
A. C. Chittenden J. R. Woodward 



Amos Fowler 
Rums Palmer 
Ab'm Cone 
Eben'r Judd 
Jesse Lindsley 



Samuel Burgis 
Joel Ives 
Benj. Bradley 
Curtis Wilcox 
Augustus Russel 



David ChittendenGideon Stone 
John Foot j'r Malachi Cook 



George Griswold 
Ab'm R®gers j'r 
Samuel H. Stone 
Julius Doud 
Sam'l Harrison j'r 
Joseph Chidsey 
DeR. Tallmadge 



Theodore HopsonJosiah Cone j'r 



32d Regt. Ira Smith, lieut. col. commandant. 

Win. Fenn, 1st maj. Barnabas Woodcock, 2d maj. 

*— , adjutant. Caleb Pitkin, chaplain. Johu 

T. Wheeler, quarter-master. Daniel Baldwin, pay- 
master. Liberty Kimberly, surgeon. John Carring- 
£on, surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants 

Grenadiers 
Joseph Piatt Michael Peck 

Phineas Peck Joel Hotchkiss 



i,nsizns 



Nathaniel Smitk 
Samuel Peck 



Nehemiah ClarkDaniel Clark Luke Clark 
David Jackson Isaac Thompson Lewis Reemer 
Oliver Clark Simeon Smith Stephen Ford 
Isaac Beach John Darling Thos. S. Bevings 

Gideon Riggs Ansoa Davis Sheldon Clark 
Orange BosworthMitchell Peck Nathan Nettleton 
David Lum John Lum Joseph Russel 

Wm» HumphreysJohaW. WeosterJobn White j'r 
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2d Re0?mht Cavalry. 
Seth P. Staples, lieut, col. commardant. 
Oliver Clark, major. George Koadly, adjutant — 
Samuel Merwin, chaplain, Isaac Benton, quarter- 
master, David L. Baldwin, pay-master. Joseph 
loot, surgeon. James Gilbert, surgeon'srmate. 



1st Company 

Thad. Harrison, captain 
Lyman Atwater, 1st lieut* 
Thomas Barnes, 2d do, 
lilias Cooper, cornet 
2d Company 
Samuel W. Pratt, captain 
Simeon Smith, 1st lieut. 



3 d Company 
Chauncey Hail, captain 
Billions Cook, 1st lieut. 
Charles A. Stanley, 2d do 
Kiel Hall, cornet 

Aili Company . 
Vacant, eaptain 
i Ich A. Woodruff, 1st It. 



Samuel Warner, 2d do. j Jonas F. Marvin, 2d do* 
Lewis Clark, cornet I Josiah Hitchcock, cornet 



1st Battalion Artillery 
Wm. Stanley, major. Charles Sherman, captain. 
Joseph A. Bishop, 1st lieut. Lewis Hotchkiss, 2d 
It. Oliver Steel, 3d It. Raphael Dickinson, 4th \U 

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FOURTH BRIGADE. ' 
Matthias Nicoil, esq. Brigadier General 
Joseph P. Shelton, Brigade Major and Inspector* 
Henry May, Brigade Quarter Master. 

4th regt. Gershom Burr, lieut. co), commandant. 
John Meeker, 1st maj. Gurdon Batram, 2d maj\ 
Thoa. Sturgcs, adjutant. licman Humphrey, chap- 
Jain. William H. Jesup, quarter-master. Edward 
Avery .pay-master. Benjamin Basset, surgeon, Uriah 
Rarrack, surgeon's-mat. H. Rudd, sergeant-major* 
I. L. Burr, quarter-master's sergeant. Samuel BeerSj 
drum -major* Robert Downs, fife-major. 
IJaiross Company 
Vacant, captain* Lewis Gorham. 1st lieut, 



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Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Joseph Sturgcs Robert Knap S. Morehouse 
Walter Sher Wood Jonathan Lewis Azor Osborne 
Isaac Bonnet John W. HanfbrelSatnuel Jackson 
A* D. Baldwin Daniel Gould Peter Win ton 

Benjamin DarlingZaimon B, Banks 
David B. GodiYeySilliman Godfrey 
Oliver C San lord Joseph L* Darling John Gilbett 
John Hill Walter WhitlockS. H. Morehouse 

Walk'r SherwoodCyrus Silliman Beivja. Beardsky 

9th regt. Samuel Dean, esq. lieut col. comm'dt. 
Ebenezer Mead, 1st maj. ^ Joseph Lockwood, 2d 
maj. Nathan il. Reed, adjutant. Amzi Lewis, 
chaplain. Rufus Webb, quarter-master. William. 
Keeler, pay-master. Samuel Webb, surgeon. John 
Augur, surgeon's-mate. John II. Pixlee, sergeant- 
major. Abisha Scofield, quarter-master 's sergeant* 
Levi Brown, drum-major. E^ias Peck, life-major* 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
William Smith Daniel Lockwood Silas Scofield 
Gideon Holmes Isaac Peck 

Rufus WaterburySeth P. QuintureSmith Weed 

Alex'r Hendric Stephen Ferris John Ferris 

William King Bates Hoyt Peter Smith 

Horton Reynolds David Hobby 

Manm'th Wilson William LeonardTheop. Brundag© 

Edward Brush Alex'r Ingersoll William Husted 

Seih Mead Drake Husted 

Elijah Weed Philo Weed Horatio Weed 

*8th regt. EphraimT. Wilcox, It. col.comm'dt 

James Beardsley, 1st maj. Philo Lewis, 2d maj. 
"Noah Plumb, adjutant. Ashbei Baldwin, chaplain. 
William A. TomlinSon, quarter-ma-ster. Hunting 
Tomliason, pay- master. Gideon Eeardstey, surgeon. 



too 

John A. Tomlinsoft, surgeon 's-mate. Barmim Reacts 
sergeant-major. Philo Beers, drum-major. William 
Curtiss, fife-major. 

Matross Company 

Philip Walker, capt. William Warden, 1st iieut* 
Joseph B. French, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Ransom Beech N. B. Blackman Joseph S. Porter 
B iniel Burrett Ethan SherwoodMatthew Cuftiss 
Nat. S. Wheeler Elijah Booth Judson Peckj'r 
William HawleyEben'r Wheeler Ezra De Forest 
Lewis Fairchild Robert Mallet Elihu Beach 
Eli L. Hawley William Clark William Richards 
John Nichols Eli Lacy Henry Summers 

34th regt. Enoch St. John, lieut. col. command't. 

Joseph Chapman, 1st maj* Nehemiah Lockwood, 
2d maj. Jared Ayers. adjutant. Sylvanus Haight, 
chaplain. Daniel Richards, quarter-master. Fitch 
Hanford, pay -master. Warren Percival, surgeon.— 
Samuel S. Noyes, surgeon's-mate. Samuel Betts, 
sergeant-major. Seymour Comstock, quarter-mas- 
ter's sergeant. 

Mair oss Company 

Charles Hanford, capt. Abraham Young, 1st lf< 
Adam Swan, 2d lieut, 

Captain* Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadiers 
John Watrous Samuel Smith Isaac Kellogg 
Ezra Benedict Hex. St. John Seth Hickak 

William J. StreetLemuel Glover 

Sam'i B. GrumanPhilip Northrop Th ad deus Scott 

Moses Byxbee Joseph Bouton 
William Balden WiUiam Dudley Charles Knap 
Cephas ComstockCary Weed Noah Weed 

Elijah Reed James Clock Ralph Hoyt 
Jabez Adams H#z. Telliflfo 

Isaac Abbott Samuel Beers 



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Ath Regiment Cavalry 
Enoch Foot, esq. lieut, col. command 
Abel Hall, major. Simon Backus, adjutant. Dan- 
iel Bennet, quarter-matter. Moss K. Bostsford, pay 
master. William Nash, surgeon. Peter C Oakley 
surgeon's mate, Thomas C. Wording, sergeant-ma- 
jor. Stephen Tomlinson, quarter-master-sergeant. 

Xst Company \ 3d Company 

Silas C. Beardsley, capt. I James Winton, captain 
Cyrus Lewis, 1st lieut. I Joseph W-Gorham, 1st It. 
Joseph Wheeler, 2d do. Step'n Gregory jV, 2d do 
Philo Beardsley, cornet I David Sherwood j'r. cor. 

2d Company Ath Co??ipany 

Daniel Terrel, captain Tohn Brown, captain 

A. Bouton, 1st lieut. J Wm. S. Quimard, 1st It, 

M. Hoyt, 2d do. I Nathan Peck, 2d do. 



, cornet | , cornet 

THTRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigade?* 
William Williams, esej. Major-General. 
Major Francis Richards, 7 /v/ V c h 

Major Thomas W. Williams, 5 T*"^?T * 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Jirah Isham, cscj. Brigadier Genera 1 . 

George L. Perkins, Brigade Major and Inspector* 

Henry Wheat, Brigade Quarter Master. 

3d regt. William Moore, 4th, lieut. eol cem'dt. 
John H. Frink, 1st. major. Increase Willscn, 2'd 
maj. Martin Lee, adjutant. Charles Stabury. chap- 
lain. Jonathan Stan\j'r. quarter-master. Robert 
Coit, pay-master. Oliver Wait, surgeon. D) er T. 
Brainard, surgeon's-mate. Benjamin Brown, ser- 
geant major. "Garden Kimball, quarter-m.£3ttr-scr- 
geanU 

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Indepenient Matrass Company 
John French, captain. Henry Dennis, 1st lieutenant 
Daniel Whitteimore, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm. Stockman James Peters Geo* Robertson 
Th©s. S« Badet Jacob Stockman 
QrlandoRaymondGuy Dolbear 
Daniel Stewart Robert Gardner 
Elisha White Jere. Chapell 

A. Cavalry 



Henry Smith 

Enos West 

James Powers 

Amos Crocker 

Lemuel Crocker Elisha Beck with Phi) 



Jona. C»ngd®n 
Samuel Green 



Isaac Turner j'r Samuel Comstock 
Harris Rogers Guy Wheeler j'r 



Sth regt. William Belcher, lieut. col. com man d't 
Elisha Avery, 1st major* Daniel Morgan, jun. 2d 
major.^ Elisha I. Abel, adjutant. Horatio Waldo, 
chaplain. James L. Lester, quarter-master. Fred- 
erick A. Avery, pav-master. Bishop Tyler, surgeon 
Vacant, surgeon's-mate. William Tucker, sergeant 
major. Elisha B. Brewster, quarter-master-sergeant. 



Lieutenants 



Captains 
Gilbert Button 
Koyes Barber 
Silas Niles 
Nathan Stanton 

Joseph Stanton Joseph C. Tyler Jona. A very j'r 
Jonathan Wheeler Abel H. Fisk Jesse A. Starr 
Stephen Billings Jacob Gallup Isaac Galiup 
Jonas Avers John Crarey Charles. Meech 

Anson Avery Hibbard StoddardRobert Latham 



John Barber j'r 
Amos Morgan 
Joseph Lester 



Ensigns 

Ansel Brown 
David Avery 
Ei S. Stoddard 
Charles Cook 



20th. regt. Gerard Carpenter, lieut. col. com'dt: 
Freemam Traey, 1st maj. Jamts Gordon, 2d maj. 
Charles Thomas, adjutant. Levi Nelson, chaplain. 
Russel Hubbard, quarter-master. Samuel Nevins, 
pay-master. George Turner, surgeon. Vacant sur- 
geon s-mate. George D. Hill, eergeant -major. Va- 
cant, quarter-master sergeant, 



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Matross Company. 
Roxwell Morgan, capt. Charlts Thomas, 1st lieut* 
Jed. Tracy, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigns 

Grenadier Company. 
Stephen B. AllynCharles French Samuel Story 

Light Infantry 
Augustus LathropJoshua Yeomaris Timethy Morse 

Josh. Maples John Ellis Jacob Lillie 

Joseph H. Willes Daniel Gagerj'r Simeon B. Hyde 
Roswell Adams Bishop Burnham Solomon Lathrop 
Paul Harvey Fph'rn Benjamin Levi Giddings 
Eben'r Hough Elijah Abel Levi Harvey 

Thomas Dow Alvan Abel Jacob Hyde 

Luther EdgertonErastus Coit Thomas Gavit 
Charles Perkins Spencer Lyon Jed. Lovett 

30th regt. William Randall, lieut. col. commd't* 
Matthew Wheeler, 1st major. Nathan Pendletou, 
2d major. Cyrus Williams, adjutant. Ira Hart, 
chaplain. Latham Hall, quarter master. Giles R. 
Hailam, pay-master. William Lord, surgeon. John 
Billings, surgeon's-mate. Henry Chesebro, sergeant 
major. John P. Williams, quarter-master-sergeant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Denison Noyes Thomas Lewis Reubew Palmer 
Asa Swan Samuel Prentice Geo. W.Baldwin 

Jesse Breed William Frink Dudley Brown 

LathropWilliamsJohn W. Hull Elias Smith 
Randall Brown Phineas WheelerJohn Hyde 
Lewis Kinyon David Wain 2d Charles Grant 
Daniel Miner Amos Holmes Phineas Wheeler 
William Potter Horatio G. LewisDaniel Frink 



S3d regt. Asa Comstcck, lieut. col. commandant. 

Marsh Ely, 1st major. Jedediah Beebe, 2d major. 

Samuel B. Mather, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, 



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taplain. Horace Ely, quarter-master. Thos. Gris* 
■wold, pay-master. John Smith, surgeon. John, C, 
M. Brockway, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company 
Charles P. Miller, captain, Charles Harris, IsS 
lieut. Enoch Smith, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Nathan Clark Wm. M. Smith Stephen Fay 
J. Manwaring Nath'l Clark 3d R. Beckwith 
Peter Lord Jonathan Hall Wm. Lord 

Oliver ComstcckSamuel C. SeldenSam'i S. Warner 
Lyndes Reed Joseph Deshon Joshua B. Chapel 
Calvia ComstockCliristor Marsh Ozias Holmes 

Sylvanus Smith} r 

3*7 Regiment Cavalry. 

William Williams, jun. lieut. col. commandant. 

Jared Baker, major. Henry F. Lamb, adjutant* 
Abel M'Ev> en, chaplain. EHas Brown, quarter-mas- 
ter. Erastus T. Smith, pay-master. Ricb'dNoyes, 
surgeon. Matthew Griswoid, surgeonVmate. John 
Feck, j'r. sergeant-major . Charles Wheeler, quar- 



ter-master-sergeant 
1st Company. 
C. Punderson, captain 
Samuel Guager, 1st lieut. 
Russel Ross, 2d do. 
■Wm. Guager, cornet 

21 Company. 
Nicholas Chester, capt. 
Thomas Allyn, 1st lit ut. 

Charles Crary, 2d do. j Russel Hall, 2d do, 
Elisha Avery, cornet Vacant, cornet 



3d Company. 

Nathan Frink, captain 
Jonathan Hill, 1st lieuta 
Robert Fex, 2d do. 
John Fitch, cornet 

4 th Company. 

Stephen L. Avery, capt. 

j Amos Williams, 1st lieut. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

David Holmes, esquire, Brigadier General 

John Fitch, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Andrew T. Judson, Brigade Quarter-Master 



105 
Mi. regT. John Salter, lieiit. col. com Mt Jason 
Woodward, 1st. maj. David Young, 2d. maj. Roger 
Southworth, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, D, D. chap- 
lain. Edward Howe, quarter-master. John Turner, 
pay -master. Christopher S. Avery, surgeon. Wm« 
A. Brewster, surgeon's-mate. 

Matross Company 
Gurdon Hebard, captain, Guy Hebard, 1st lieut« 
Elisha Palmer, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
Asahel Hammond Thomas Grow Harvey Fuller 

Light Infantry 
Luther Topliff Daniel F. Hebard Israel Storrs 

Charles Palmer Dan Lincoln Jona. Chestei* 

George Swift Elias Robinsoa John Trumbull • 

J. Kingsley, jr. John Bass Ralph Carey 

Ebenezer Byles H. Woodard David Reed 

John Holt ThomasUtley, jr.Uriel Hammond 

Elisha Brigham Daniel Bicknal Ebenezer Root 

Amos Chaffee Alfred Clark Dyer Carpenter 

ShubaelChapmanBenj. Chapman Asahel Kimball 



11th regt. Luther Lyon, lieut. col. commandant 

Zeph. Williams, 1st maj. Jona- May, 2d maj. 

William Lyon, adjutant. William Graves, cnap- 

lain. Samuel H. Lyon, quarter-master. Ebenezer 

Young, pay-master. James Webb, surgeon. Joseph 

Seagraves, surgeon's-mate 

Matross Company. 
Noah Sabin, captain 

Grenadier Company. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

SanVl Dresser 2d Nehe. Jackson jr. S. S. Parkhurst 

Light-Infantry 
B. Whittcmore Stephen Holms Eleazer Kieth 



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David Brayton Webb Cutler Job Williams 
Jacob Lyon Luther Tucker Natli'l Lyon 

Ebenezer Kelley Parker CarpenterE M. Spalding 
George Prey Solomon Sikes Calvin Day 
John Chandler Benj. Bradford Isaac Hebbard 
Alpheus Corbin Ruius Coburn Josa. Ccpeland 
Elijah Griggs P.Cunningham jr. Warren In gals 
John Joslin J©lm Bates Samuel Dike 

HadloekPerrin Solomon Corbin John Mason 



12th regt. Zabdiel Hyde, lieut. col. comm'dt, 
Cornelius Shepherd, 1st major. John Thomas, 2d 
major. Zabdiel Hyde, j'r, adjutant. William R. 
Ripley* chaplain. Samuel G. Strong, quarter-master 
George Williams, pay-master. John S. Peters } sur- 
geon. John Paine, surgeon 's-mate« 
Matrons Company. 
Alvin Lyman, captain. Erastus Holt, 1st lieu?« 
Ephraim Willccx, j'r, 2d do. 

Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
Asahel Kingsley Oliver Kingsley Isaiah Loomi* 

light Infantry 
Oliver Payne James Clark " Oliver Pettis 

Reuben Mann Pierce barrow' Samuel Kellogg 

Samuel West Ira Holbrook Benj. Lymans 

Erastus Wattles Brewster Lee John Giles 

John Curtis O'rimal Bigelow Moseley Tallcott 

John Townsend Eliphnfat Hendee Wm. Reed 

Jon a. Trumbull Edw. S. Ellis Samuel Tallcott 

Anson Gil!et Eben. H. Jones David T. Carve/ 

Charles Abel Wm. C. Hills Tim. Williams 



21st regt. Daniel Wheeler, lieut. col. comm'dt* 

George W- Gordon, 1st maj. Jona. Hillyard, 2il 

mnj. Wm. Kinnic, adjutant. Erastus Learned chap- 

Jaia. Alien Harris, quarter-master. Isaac Knight*. 



W7 

*r, pay-masler. Jarcd Fuller, surgcen. Eleazer B. 
Downing, surgecn's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Matross Company 
James Wilson 

Grenadier Company 
Geo. Middleton IJlkenah C.EatouGeo. W. Kies 

Light Infantry 
William BradfordSam'l L, Hough Daniel Meach 



A. Tuckerman 

Vacant 
Jos. Scarborough 
Asa Dow 
Waldo Johnson 
Araunah Butts 
John Cole 
Jonathan Stanton 
Cyrus Day 



Job Munroe 
James Aspenwail 
John Searls 
Nath'l C Gallup 
John H.Wheeler 
Win. Hebbard 
Joseph Hill 
Daniel Stanton 
Simon Hutchins 



Jos, Stack weath er 

Vacant 
Lovel Cady 
Noah Briggs 
Calvin Hubbard 
Thomas Ringsley 
Frederick Cole 
Caleb Potter 
John Eaton 



bill Regiment Cavalry. 

Stephen F. Palmer, lieut. col. commandant. 
Eleazer Sweetland, major. Amasa Ly©n, adju- 
tant. Vacant chaplain. Isaac Hoxey, quarter-mas- 
ter. Abel Gay, pay-master. Amasa Carrol, sur- 
geon. Nath'l Howes, surgeon's-mate: 



1st Company 

Washington Swift capt. 
Danford Keys 1st lieut. 
Alva Burn ham 2d do. 
Rufus Burnham cornet 

2d Company 
Bela P. Spalding captain 
ComfortS. Hyde 1st lieut. 
Samuel Baldwin 2d do. 
fegtus Baldwin cornet 



3d Company 
Roger Bailey captain 
Andrew Wells 1st lieut. 
Mason Fitch 2d lieut. 
Leveret Bissell cornet 

Aih Company 
John Austin captain 
Charles Smith 1st lieut. 
Darius Mattherson 2d de. 
Judah Lyon corset 



108 
FOURTH DIVISION 

Consisting of the 6th and 8th Brigade*. 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major General* 
William A. T aylor | ^ s .^. Ca7 ^ 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

David Thompson, esq. Brigadier General. 

Lucius Smith, esq* Brigade Major and Inspector* 

Edward Burred, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



14th REGT.Elisha Sterling, esq. lieut. GoLcomm'dt* 
Ros'l Humphreys, 1st maj. Jesse Smith, 2d maj. 
Newman Holley, adjutant. Pitkin Cowles, Chap- 
lin. Josiah Pettibone, quarter-master. Reuben Hunt, 
pay-master. Ovid Hunt, Surgeon, vacant, surgeon's 
mate. Henry Olmsted, sergeant-major. _ Ezra Jew- 
jell, quarter-master-sergeant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
John A. DutcherJohn Fellows Ira Hall 

David Landon John C. Coffing Aaron Crane 
John Rockwell Solomon Pease 

Eliph. WhittlesyJames Griswold Abijah Chapin 
Robert Holcomb R. Dutcher Henry Post 

James Sheldon James Bird Jared S. Harrises* 

Edmund Brown Levi Grant Reuben Browh 

Bushnel Knapp Augustus Phelps Isaac Spalding 
Amos Hunt Arunah Deming John Lane 

John Ensign j'r Isaac Green Walter Johnson 
Benj. Bigelow Joseph Battle Amasa Cowtes 

17th Regt. Aaron Smith, liout. col. comm'dt. 
Russell C. Abernathy, 1st maj. Mor. Woodworth,2d 
maj. F. A. Tall mad ge, adjutant. Joseph E. Camp, 
chaplain. Briant Stodard, quarter-master. Lemi»g 
Bradley, pay-master, Samuel Buel, surgeon, vacant, 
Sur&ean's-mate, 



109 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Daniel Garrott Charles Demiilg Ambrose Norte* 

Seth Landon j'r William Beebe Nathan'l Bissell 
Miles Norton Charles Bucl David Buel 
Abijnh Webster Charles Prindlc Jeremiah Holt 
Elisha Loomis Warren Loom is Jed, Eg^eston 

John Mansfield David Re fee 
Phineas W.NobleEdmund BaldwinZimri Skinner 
Uriel Tuttle Chester Loomis Luther Cock 
Daniel Hall John Griswold William Gabriel 

James Gilbert Reuben Smith Eli Curtiss 

?5th regt. Leonard Hurlbut,lt. col. comm'dt. 

Nath'J Hayden, 1st maj. Jasper Bid well, 2d maj. 
Moses Hayden, adjutant. James Beach, chaplain. — 
Lemuel Hurlbut, quarter-master, W r m. Williams, 
pay-master. Amos Beecher, surgeon. Lyman Wake- 
£eld, surgeons-mate. 

Captains lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Rufus Grenell Luther Hoadly Eli Ransom 

Grenadier Company 
Alvin HumphreyWilliamGoodwinJoel Hitchcock 

John Spencer Moses Mills Ira Benham 

Wyllys Wright Joel Minor 

William Bunnell Stephen Whedom 

JGideon Mills j'r Eben'r WoodruffSeth Barber 

Is'l Williams j'r Anson Williams George C. Gilman 

Joseph Taintor Samuel Austin 

Samuel Hoadly Elizur Kinsdale Josiah Smith 

Robert Wilcox George Adams Richard Case 

35th regt. John Dickinson, lieut. col. cemmand't. 
David Gould, 1st maj. George King, j'r 2d maj 
Rufus Baldwin, adjutant. Daniel Parker, chaplain 
10 



110 

Guy Wadhams, quarter- master. Henry Canfleld, 
pay-master. Samuel Gager, surgeon. Vacant, sur- 
geon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns. 

Matross Company 
James Gay 



John H. Pierce 
Jona.vWadhams 
J heron Beach 

Eben'r Baily 
Grin Pardee 
Russel St. John 
Joel Wright 
Samuel Hopkins 



Josia.h Hopkins 
Zacheus Spencer 
Jonathan North' 
Benjamin Lines 
Minius Ives 
Isaac Lyman 
Joseph Miles 
Reuben Wilcox 
Stephen Bonney 



Nathan Hart 
Augustus Miles 
Philo Smith 
Benja. Hollister 
The. S.Ludington 
Calvin Jackson 
Erastus Lord 
Luman Sciiy 
Dan*! Everett j'r 



dtli Regiment Cavalry 
. Thaddeus Griswold, lieut. coh commandant. 
Abraham Burt, 1st major. Vacant, 2d maj. Eli- 
jah Gay lord, adjutant, Frederick Marsh, chaplain 
Stephen Clark, quarter-master. Horace Gillet, pay- 
master. Joshua .Cornwall, surgeon. Vacant, sur- 
geon's mate. 



1st Company 
Theodore Ensign, captain 
Abraham King, 1st lieut. 
Isaac Bartlet, 2d do. 
Brimsley Carpenter, cor't 

2d Company 
Samuel Foot, captain 
John Gillet j'r, 1st 1 lieut. 
Oliver Allyn, 2d do. 
J&hhu Moor, cornet 



3d Company 
Josiah Lawrence, captaia 
James Shepherd, 1st It. 
Hosea Hinsdale, 2d do. 
Ebenezer Yale, cornet 

4th Company 
Samuel Bradley, captain 
Ephraim H. Moss, 1st It. 
Daniel Huntington, 2d do, 
Phineas Lord, cornet 



EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

Ephraim Hinraan, esq. Brigadier General* 



Ill 

Noble Doolittle, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Robert li. Brown, Brigade Quarter- Master. 

13th rest. David Bird, lieut col. commandant. 
Wm French, 1st maj. Abijah S Hatch, 2d maj. 
Nathaniel Lamson, adjutant. Noah Benedict, chap- 
lain. Nathaniel Tuttle, quarter-master.- Sheldon C. 
Levot, pay -master. Anthony Burritt, surgeon. Par- 
le man B. Fowler, surgeon 's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
David Downs Cyrenus MalleryThomas Hurd 

John A* Sherman Nath'l Bacon, 2d 

Peter F. Peck Nath'l Preston Asahel Mitchel 
Japhet Curtis Alyin Bun Aaron Hicock 

Seymour Knap Adam C, KassonBenj. T. Lake 
EH Booth Lyman Painter Squire Hurlbut 

Amos C Treat Amiel P. Pierce Amiel Plait 
William Kasson Abner Strong Amos Stilson 
Clark Beardsley Gilbert Twichel Theodore Smith 

16th REGT. Timothy Shepherd, lieut* col. comm'dt 
Noah S. Barnum, 1st maj. Elias Starr, 2d major. 
Daniel Holley, adjutant. Daniel Burhans, chaplain. 
Russel Hoyt, quarter-master. Marcus Bostford, pay 
master. Alfred H. Betts, surgeoia. David B. Bald- 
win, quarter-master-sergeant. 

Matrons Company 
, Robert Gregory, capt. Fairchild Ambler, 1st It. 
Nathan Buikeley, 2d do. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Arnold Foot Isaac Scudder John Hull 

Sellue P. Clark Samuel Husted Oliver Burr 
Isaac Tomlinson Nath'l B. NicholsEben'rBurs j'r 
iicvi Starr Daniel Hamilton Ezra C. Cosier. 



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Tlvos. B. BostfordDavid C* Peck Austin Booth 
Elias Stephens William Hubbel T. W. Sherwood 
Timothy Weed Solomon Enos Abijah King 
Noah I. Terry Andrew Andrews 
Charles Jones Hender. BenedictHeman Birch 
Eben'r Griffin David Piatt Ezra Gillet 



26th regt. Garrit Smith lieut. col. commandant. 

Isaac Upson, 1st major. Daniel Mills, 2d major* 
John Buckingham, adjutant. Russel Wheeler, chap- 
lain* Orlando Porter, quarter-master. Aner Brad* 
tey?j ,r * pay-master. Anson Tuttle, surgeon. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Lemu 1 Porter James Brown Gideon Piatt 
Aile>; r onnti Apollos Warner Benjamin Fenn 
Cyrus Clark Silas Gr ell ey Ansel Porter 
Samuel Hickox James Tuttle Samuel B. Scovi! 
Lyman Baldwin Samuel Camp Abijah Warner 
Benj. De Forest David WoodwardJohn O'Brien 
Gutes Upson Levi Hall Archibald Minor 

Ira Hotchkiss Levi Wooster Arch. Stephens 
Luther tlotchkissMiies Hotchkiss Ehhu Moulthrop 
ILzddah C. Peck Asa Fenn Abenezer Abbott; 



29th regt. William Coggswell, It. col. comm'dt* 
Timothy Mitchel, 1st major. Philo Mills, 2d r.iaj. 
Con^tantine M^vlahon, adjutant. Samuel Whittlesey, 
chaplain, John M. Ford, quarter-master. Walter 
Booth, pay-master- Ebenezer Smith, surgeon. Hin- 
rnan Curtis, surgeon's-mate. - Nicholson, ser- 
geant-major. Francis Tracy, quarter-master-ser- 
geant. 

Matross Company 
Nathaniel Farrand, capt. Herman liine, 1st lieuU 
Thomas N. Clark, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Entigns 

Light Infantry 
Zach. Wmegar Elijah Skiif 



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Enos Cai-ap Abner Northrop R. E. Canficld 

Micah Spooner Cushman HubbellLewis Hoot 
Curtis Titus Matthew Logan Taylor Mitchel 
James M'Mahon Ezra Noble Williarri Mygatt 

Samuel Gilbert Dan Carter Asahel Wedgej'r 

Noble Day Homer Waller Birdsey Beardsley 

Levi Hubbell Jonathan Geding Abel W. Stewart 
Richard Randal Nath'l Randall Daniel A. Treat 

8//1 Regiment Cavalry. 
Ebenezer D< Starr, lieut. col. commandant. 
Daniel B. Brinsmade, major. Frederick A. Whi- 
ting, adjutant. Andrew Elliott, chaplain. John Dib- 
ble, quarter-master. James C. Cooke, pay-master. 

Warren R. Fowler, surgeon. Williams, sur- 

geon's-mate. 



1st Company 

i captain 
Smith Downs, 1st lieut. 
Erastus Osborn, 2d do. 
cornet 
2d Company 
Elias Starr, captain' 
John Dibble, 1st lieut. 
Horace Cook, 2d do. 
Thomas Cook, cornet 



3rf Company 
Amos Benham, captain 
Archibald Mcsher, 1st If". 
Drake^Lockwood, 2d do» 
cornet 
Aih Company 
Edmond Bostwick, capt. 
Samuel Canfield,lst lieut. 
Augustus Canfield, 2d do« 
Jonas Bryant, cornet 



COLLEGES, Sfc. 

TALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN- 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, s.t.d. l.ld. President 

and Professor of Divinity, 
Jeremiah Day, a.m. Professor of Mathematics and 

Aatural Philosophy* 
Benjamin Silliman, a.m. Professor of Chemistry and 
. Mineralogy. 

10* 



114 

James L. Kingsley, a. m. Pr*fes*or (/Languages 

and Ecclesiastical History* 

FELLOWS. 



Rev. David Ely, p.d. 
Hez. Ripley, D D. 
John Marsh, d.d. 
Andrew Lee, d.d. 
Jose oh Strong, d.d. 



Rev. Achilles Mansfield 
Benoni Upson 
Amos Bassett 
John Elliott 
Azel Backus, d.d. 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six 
senior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, 
constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 



Arxtius B. Hull, a.m. 
Matthew R. Dutton, a>m 
Samuel f Hitchcock 7 A.M 



John Langdon, a-m. 
Josiah W. Gibbs, a.m. 
Chaun. A. Goodrich, a. b. 
James Hdlhouse, Treasurer. Nathan Beers, Stew- 
ard. Ward SafFord, a b< Butler* 

Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From Commencement, six weeks ; 
from the 2d Wednesday of January, three weeks ; 
and from the Wednesday before the second Thurs- 
day in May, thrte weeks. 

r$T\ i .. . 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Abraham Jarvis, d.d. President* 

Rev.Tiil^tso-s ^roHs-n.P^'Y^o-sGT of Sacred Theology 
Rev . Daniel M' Donald, Professor of Languages* 
Bur rage Reach, Tfeawrft , 

Anniversary — First Wednesday ot October. 

Vacations — From the 2d Wednesday of April, four 
weeks—and from 1st Wednesday of October, four 
weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Ebenezer Rudd. Preceptor. 
Annivrrsai'y — F*rst Wednesday in September 
Vacations— From the first Wednesday of January, 
two weeks j from the first Wednesday of May, two 



115 

weeks ; From the first Wednesday of September, 
three weeks. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, 

MASS. 

Rev. John Thornton Kirkland, n.n. President. 
Commencement — Last Wednesd&y in August. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 
from the fourth Wednesday in December, seven 
weeks ; and from the third Wednesday in May, 
two weeks. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE, 
R, I. 

Rev. Asa Messer, d. d. President. 

Commencement— First Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday of January, six weeks; 
from the first Wednesday of May, three weeks. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, HANOVER, 

N. H. 

Hon. John Wheelock. l.l d. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations-— From Commencement, four and an 
half weeks ; form the first Monday in January, eight 
and an half weeks. 

<3> 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTOWN 

MASS. 
Rev. Fbenezer Fitch, d D-President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday m September. 
Vacations — From Commencement, five weeks ; 
Ifrom the third Wednesd > v in January, three weeks ; 
from the first Wednesday in May, three weeks* 



*T- 



11$ 
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, YERMONT, 

Henry Davis, d d. President 

— & — 

UNION COLLEGE, SCENACTADY, 

N. Y. 
Rev, Eliphalet Nott, d d. President. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS* 
AND SCIENCES. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.d. l l.d. President. 
His Honor John C Smith, Tf 
Hon. David Humphreys, >■ Vice-President 
Hon. James Hilihouse, J 

Hon. Chauncey Goodrich, v 

Right Rev. Abraham Jarvis, b. d. # 

Rev- Bela Hubbard, d.d* > Councillors 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin, \ 

R. G. Van Polanen,esq» } 

Enoch Perkins, esq. T?r*hm*^~*s*i**J 
Hon. David Daggett, i C °^^S^ 
Barzillai Slosson, esq. J secretaries 
Benjamin Siliiman, esq. Recording Secretary 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d.d.") Committee 
Mr. Processor Siliiman, > of 

Mr. Professor Day, j Publication 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECT- 
ICUT. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 

TRUSTEES. 

Hon. John Treadwell I Hon. Aaron Austin 
Hon. Asher Miller Hon. Jonathan Brace 



117 
Enoch Perkins, esq. I Rev. Calvin Chapin 

David Hale, esq. I Rev. Mos.C. Welch,D.D. 

RevNathan Perkins,D.D. j Rev. Andrew Yates 
Rev. Samuel Nott I Rev, Samuel Goodrich 

FOREIGN MISSIONS SOCIETY. 
Rev. Timothy D wight, d d. l.l.d. President. 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, \ 
Rev. Saul Clark, f Vice 

Mr. Jeremiah Dav, ? Presidents 

Mr. William Leffingwell, / 
Stephen Twining, esq. Secretary. 
Mr. Timothy Dwight,jun. Treasurer. 
Mr. Roger Sherman, Auditor. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

His Hon. John C Smith, President. 
Gen. Jedediah Huntington, \ 
Rev. Samuel Nott, r Vice 

Rev. Azel Backus, d d. / Presidents. 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, ) 

Mr. Henry Hudson, Secretary. 

Mr. Joseph Rogers, Treasurer. 

Directing Committee. 



Rev. Calvin Chapm 
Rev. Andrew Yates 
Ithabod L. Skinner, esq. 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich 



Hon. Chauncey Goodrich 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Rev. Amos Bassett 
Hon. Theodore Dwight 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland 

Rev. Abel Flint, agent for the gratuitous dlbtribu- 
tion of Bibles. 

(Annual Meeting, seeond Thursday of May.) 

CONNECTICUT RELIGIOUS TRACT 
SOCIETY. 



Rer# Timothy Dwight, d-d. President* 



118 

Hon. John Treadwell, 

His Hon. John C.Smith, ^ V : rp . T 

Rev. Samuel « — • - > Vice-President 



reauweu* *v 

£Sf' 5 vice,: 

'g> esq. 7 



Joseph Darling, esq. 
Mr. Lewis Hotchkiss, Secretary and Treasurer* 
- Rev. Samuel Merwin, \ 
Mr. Jeremiah Day, f Committee 

Mr. Timothy D wight, j'r \ of ^ 

Stephen Twining, esq. i Publication. 
Mr. Increase Cook, J 

This Society was first instituted in September, 180f. 

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSION- 
ERS, FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 



In Massachusetts. 
William Rartlett, esa. and the Rev. Samuel Sjirin^ 

of Newburypor. 
Rev. Joseph Lyman, d d. of Hatfield 
Rev. jedediah Morse, d.d. of Charlestowri 
Rev. Samuel Worcester, d.d- of Salem 
His Honor William Phillips, esq. of Boston 
Hon. John Hooker, esq - of Springfield 

In Connecticut 
Hon. John Treadwell, esq. l*l.d. of Farmingtonf 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d-d, lld, President of Yalf 

College 
Gen. Jedediah Huntington, of New-London 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, of Weafhersfield 

Annual Meeting, the third Wednesday in Septem- 
ber.— The board was incorporated by the Legisla- 
ture of Massachusetts, in June 1812, 

Persons disposed to contribute to the Funds of this 
Institution, can transmit their donations to either of 
the above gentlemen, or to Mr. Henry Hudson, of 
Hartford, who is appointed an Agent to receive and 
fcansmit money* 



119 
MINISTERS AND CHURCHES 

IN THE »TATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTY OF 

Hartford 
jlev. Nathan Strong, d.d. 

Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins, d.d. 

Philander Chase E 

Vacant B 

Berlin Benoni Upson 

John Smalley, d,d. 

Newton Skinner 

Samuel Goodrich 

Plurality E 

Bristol Jona. Miller 

Daniel Wtldman B 
Burlington Jona. Miller 

Vacant B 

Cam on Jere. Hallock 

Jared Mills B 

JEa&t- Harford 

Andrew Yates 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

East- Windsor 

Dav.M'ClurejD.D.") 

Thomas Robbfns 3 

Shubael Bartlett 

Natb'l Hsse (D)E 
Mnji,eld Nehecn. Prudden 

Vacant AC 

George Atwell B 

JFarmington Noah Porter 

Rufus Hawley 
Glastrnhury P. Hawes 

Joseph Strong 

Vacant E - 



HARTFORD. 

Grand y Isaac Porter 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Asa Cormvell E 

Vacant B 

Hartland Aaron Church 
Nathaniel Gaylord 

Marlborough 

David B. Ripley 

Simsbury Alien McLean 
Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Southingten 

Wiliiam Robinson 
Plurality E 

Vacant B 

Suffleld Ebenezer Gay 
Vac&ht 

Asahel Morse B 

' Caleb Green B 

Wet her field 

John Marsh, d.d: 
Joshua Belden ^ 
Joab Brace 3 
Calvin Chapin 
Vacant B 

Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Abel Gillet B 

Fred. Chapmau B 



120 



COUNTY OF 

J\ew- Raven 

Rev. Nath , l VV. Taylor 
Samuel Merwin 
TimQthyDwightjD.D. 
Ab'm Jarvis, d.d. E 
Bela Hubbard, d-d. E 
Henry Whitloek E 
Vacant 

BranfordTim.V. Gillett 
Matthew Noyes 
Charles Atwater 
Elijah G. Plumbe E 

Cheshire John Foot 
Vacant 

Keuben Ives E 

D'lM ; Donald (D)E 
Vacant B 

Derby Vacant 
Abner Smith 
Rich, Mansfield 7 17 
Calvin White } * 

East- Haven Saul Ciark 
Plurality E 

Guilford Aaron Button 
John Elliott 
William F.Vail 
John Ely 
David Baldwin E 

Hamden 

EliphaletB. Coleman 
Abraham Ailing 
Plurality E 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Meriden Erastus Ripley 
Samuel Miller B 
Vacant E 

Msddlebury 
Mark Mead 

Milford 

Bazaleei Pinneo 
Caleb Pitkin 
Erastus Scran ton 
Vacant E 

JNqrth-Haven 

Benj. Trumbull, b.j?# 
Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Oxford 

Nathaniel Freeman 
Chauncey Priddle E 

South bury 
Vacant 
Bennet Tyler 

Walling ford 
James Noyes 
Vacant % 

Joshua Bradley 3 
Vacant B 

Waterbury Luke Wood 
Stephen Dodd 
Horace V, Barber E 

Wolcott Lucas Hart 

Woodbridge 
Jason Allen 
Nath'l G.Huntington 



J\ieiu-London 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen 

Charles Scabury E 
Samuel West B j 

Bozrah Jon. Murdock | 



William Palmer 
Colchester 

Salmon Cone 
Nathaniel Dwi^ht 
Vacant 



B 






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Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 
Grot on Timothy Tufetle 

Plurality 

Vacant AC 

Silas Burrows B 

John G. WightmanB 
Lisbon Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d.d. 

Amos Reed B 

Lyme 

Lathrop Rockwell 

Vacant ' 

Vacant 

Asa Wilcox B 

Vacant B 

Vacant AC 

\Montville 

Abishai Alden 

Vacant 



Robert Fargo A€ 
Reuben Palmer B 

Norwich 

Joseph Strong, d.d» 
Asahel Hooker 
John Tyler E 

John Sterry B 

A orth Stonington 
Vacant 

Peleg Randall B 

Simeon Brown B 

Preston John Hyde 
Horatio Waldo 
Plurality E 

Vacant AC 

Vacant v B 

Stonington Ira Hart 
E. Chesebrough B 
Christo. Avery AC 

Wat erf or d 

Zadock Darrow B 



COUNTS' OF 

Fairfield 
Rev* Hem an Humphreys 

Hez. Ripley, d.d. 

William Belden 

Philo Shelton E 

Asahel Morse B 
Brookfield Vacant 

Plurality E 

Danbury 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Eben: White Sand. 

Nathan Buckley B 

Bennet Pepper 
Greenwich 

Piatt Buffett 



FAIRFIELD. 

Isaac LewiSj d d» 

Plurality E 

Nathaniel Finch B 

D * 4 vid Peck 

Drake Nelson B 

Huntington 

David Ely, d.d. 

Vacant 

Menzies Rayner E 
JVew- Canaan 

William Bonney 

Plurality E 

New-Fairfield 

Medad Rogers 
A ewtown Jehu Clark 

Daniel Burkans E 
1 





12a 


John Sherman 


B 


j Frederick^Smith \ 
Marmaduke Earl 3 


Solomon Glover 


U 


J\orwalk Ros'1'.R, Swan 


Stratford 


Vacant 


E 


Stephen W. Stebbins 


Redding Vacant 




Elijah Waterman 


Dawjel Crocker 




Asahel Baldwin E 


Plurality 


E 


Plurality E 


Ridgefield Vacant 
Vacant 




Vacant B 




Trumbull 


Vacant 


E 


Daniel C. Banks 


Vacant 


B 


Plurality E 


Sherman 




Western Vacant 


Maltby Gelston 




Vacant 


St am/ or d 




Plurality E 


Daniel Smith 




Wilton Sv.Ivanus Haighi 


William Fisher 




Plurality fi 


Amzi Lewis 




.St.. John B 


Vacant 


E 




COUNTY OF 


WINDHAM. 


Windham 




Columbia Thomas Rich 


He v. William Andrews 1 


Hampton 


Jesse Fisher 




Ludovicus Weld 


Vacant AC 


Vacant B 


Vacant 


B 


Killingly EHsha Atkins 


Joshua Abbey 


B 


Israel Day 


idshford 




Vacant 


Philo Judson 




Calvin Cooper B 


Holland Sampson 




Lebanon Zebulon Elv 


William Stcrrs 




William B. Ripley 


Vacant 


B 


Vacant 


Vacant 


B 


Vacant 


Whitman 


B 


Vacant 1 


Brooklyn 




Mamfield 


Josiah Whitney, D 


.D. 


Samuel P Williams 


Daniel Fog 
Qanterbary vacant 


E 


Moses C • Welch, D.ni 




Vacant 


Erasmus Learned 




Jonathan Goodwin J3 



Viainfidd 

Joel Benedict, d.d. 

Nathaniel Cole B 
^Pomfret Vacant 

Walter Lyon 

James Grew B 

Sterling Vacant 
T/wm/isoji Daniel Dow 

Pierson Crosby B 



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Voluntown Vacant 
Vacant 
Amos Crandal AC 

H oodstock 

Eliphalet Lyman 
William Graves 
Alvin Underwood 
Amos Wells B 

Abial L'Doit B 



COUNTY OF 

Litchfield 
Rev. Lyman Beechcr 
Amos Chase 
Joseph E. Camp 
Truman Marsh E 
Abraham Fowier 
Vacant B 

Barkh emfist end 
Ozias Eells 

Bethlem 

Azel Backus, d.». 
Plurality E 

Canonn 

Charles Prentice 
Pitkin Cowles 
Vacant B 

Plurality E 

Celeb r oak Chauncey Lee 
Rufus Babcock B 

Cornwall 

Timothv Stone 
Josiah Hawesf 
Sturges Gilbert(D)E 

Goshen . Joseph Harvey 

Harwinton 

Joshua Williams 
Vacant E 

Kent Vacant 



B 



LITCHFIELD. 

Sturges Gillet 

New- Hartford 
Amasa Jerome 
Vacant 

A ew-Milford 

Andrew Elliott 
Reuben Taylor 
Benjamin Benham E 

Norfolk 

Ammi R. Robin* 

Plymouth 

Luther Hart 

Roger .Searle E 

Pluralitv l£ 

' Roxbury Vacant ■ 

Plurality E 

Isaac Fuller B 

Salisbury 

Joseph W. Crossman 

Sharon 

David L. Perry 
Daniel Parker 
Hezekiah West B 
Plurality JS 

lorrington 

Alexander Gillett 
Samuel J. Mills 
Vacant B 



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Warren 

Peter Starr 

Vacant B 

Washington 

Vacant 

Samuel Whittlesey 

Plurality E 

Plurality E 

Water town 

Uriel Gridley 



Russel Wheeler 

Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 
James Beach 
Asa Talmadge 
Isaac Belk>\vs 

Woodbury 

Noah Benedict 
J. D. Wilton 



COUNTY OF 

Middletown 

Rev. Dan Huntington 
John Kewley E 

Joshua L. Williams 
Vacant 

Thomas Miner 
Benj. Graves AC 
George Phippen B 
Enoch Green B 

Chatham 

Ebenezer L, Clark 
David Selden 
Joel West 

Smith Miles E 

Vacant B 

Durham 

David Smith 

JLast-Haddam 

Elijah Parsons 
William LymanjD.D. 



MIDDLESEX. 

I Joseph Vail 
Solomon Blakesley E 

Haddam 

David D. Field 
Simeon Dickinson B 

KUUngworth 

Achilles Mansfield 
Asa King 

Plurality E 

John Watrus B 

Say brook 

Fred. W. Hotchkis* 
Richard Ely ") 

ey 5 



Aaron Hovey 
Sylvester Alden 
Samuel Mills 
Plurality 
EHphalet Lester 
Oliver Wilson 



E 
B 
B 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



Tolland 
Rev- N. Williams, d.d- 
William Hubbard B 
Bolton Vacant 



Coventry Vacant 
Eph. T, Woodruff 
Royal Tyler 



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Ellington 

Diodate Brock way 
Hebron Amos Bassett 

Nathan Gillett 

Philaritv E 

Sowers William L. Strong 
Sniff or d Vacant 

Vacant 



Vacant 

Bloss B 

Union Vacant 
Vernon 

Ebenezer Kellogg 
WUlhivton 

Hubhil Loomis 

David Lillibi idge B 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates* from the seve- 
ral Associations. 

Rev. Messrs. David Avery, Mansfield ; Simeon 
Backus, Bridgeport ; Jonathan Bartlett, Heading ; 
Gershom Bulkley, Middietovvn ; Samuel Camp, 
Ridgefieid ; Aaron Cieaveland, Hartibrd ; David 
A. Sherman, New-Haven ; John Hyde, Frankih-, 
Calvin Ingals, Stafford' ; Gordon Johnson, Kiilingly ; 
Walter King, Norwich ; W'iiliam Lockwccd, Glas- 
tenbury ; William F. Miller, Windsor ; Samuel 
Munson, Huntington ; John Noyes, Weston ; Samuel 
Stebbins, Simsbury ; Samuel Sturges, Danbury ; Ze- 
phaniah Swift, Roxbury ; John Taylor, En field ; 
Daniel Waldo, Suffield ; Simon Waterman, Ply- 
mouth ; Elijah G. Welles, Sterling ; Worthingtot 
Wright, Woodbury ; Garrett G, Brown, Bethlem. 
Lieemed Candidates. 

Messrs. Daniel Banks, Weston 5 William Beld*is, 
Weston ; Jonathan Bird, Berlin ; Asa Blair, IJan- 
ford ; John Clark, Washington ; Chester Coiton, 
Hartford ; John G. Dorrance, Brooklyn ; Mattkeir 
R. Dutton, New-Haven ; Asahel Gay lord, Norfolk ; 
Nathan Grosvenor, Sturbridge; Nathaniel Hewit, 
New-London ; Bela Kellogg, New-Haven ; Francis 
King, Vernon; Amasa Loomis, East- Windsor ; John 
Marsh, Wethersfield, Alfred Mitchel, Wethersneid ; 
Asahel Nettleton, Killingworth ; Henry Sherman, 
New-Haven ; Joseph Treat, New-Miiford j He:*e- 
kiah G. Uffoi-d, Stratford. 
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Committee to certify the regular standing of Preach- 
er*, travelling from this into other parts of the 
United Slates. 

Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, D. D. William Ro- 
binson, Benjamin Trumbull, 1). D. John Elliot, Joseph 
Strong, D. D. Isaac Lewis. D. D. David Ely, D,D. 
Moses C. Welch, D. D. Samuel J. Mills, Azel Back- 
us, D. D. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, and Nathan 
Williams, D. D. 

Receivers of Money in their several Associations for 
the Treasury of the General Association. 
Rev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, William Robin- 
son. Samuel Merwin, Timothy P. Gillet, Samuel 
Nott, Roswel R. Swan, Elijah Waterman, Zebuloa 
Ely, Charles Prentiss, Azel Backus, David D. Field 3 
and Ephraim T. Woodruff 

Committee of Correspondence, on the subject of 
preventing the intemperate Use of 
Ardent Spirits. 
Rev, Lyman Beecher 

Aaron Dutton, and 
Nathan Perkins, d. d.. 

OFFICERS OF THF, 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Mason F. Coggswell, M. D- President 

John Barker, M D. Vice-President 

Eli Ives, M. D. Secretary 

Timothy Hall, M. D. Treasurer 



FELLOWS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY, 

Mason F, Coggswell M.D, Timothy Hall M,D. 



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Drs. John Bester 
J. W Sparhawk 
Nathan Strong 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

John Barker, M. D. 
Drs. Joseph Foot 
Eli Ives, M- J\ 
Elias Shipman, jr. 
Pearl Croft 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Drs. John O. Miner 
Avery Downer 
Thomas Coit 
Samuel H. P. Lee 
Thomas Miner 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Drs. Nathaniel Perry- 
Jesse Carrington 
Timothy Clark 
Elijah Lyman 
Warren R. Fowler 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY, 

Drs. Daniel Comstock 
Benjamin Curtis, jr, 
Gideon Beardsley 
Noah B. L[\cy 
Bennet Perry 

WINDtlAM COUNTY. 

Drs. Them as Hubbard 
Siah Fuller 
Rufus Jshnson 
Andrew Harris 
Daniel Lyman s 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, 

Drs. Richard Ely 
Smith Clark 
Samuel Carter 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Drs. John S. Peters 
Daniel Peck 
Rhodolphus Ladd 



Examining Committees, 
practice 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. John Bester 
Horace Reed 
Nathan Strong 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Drs. Joseph Foot 
Eli Ives, M. D. 

Anson Foot 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Drs. John Q. Miner 
Avery Downer 
Samuel H. P. Lee 



to Licence Candidates to 
Physic. 

FAIRFIED COUNTY. 

Drs. Gideon Sheperd 
Gideon Beardsley 
Noah A. Lacy 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Drs- Joseph Palmer, jr. 
Andrew Harris 
Daniel Lyman 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Drs. Nathaniel Perry 
Jesse Carrington 
Warren R. Fowler 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY. J TOT,LANf) COtmTY. 

Drs. Smith Clark |. Drs. Eleazer M fc Cray 

Austin Olcott j John Howard 

Samuel Carter , | Eleazer Hunt 

Clerks of Counties. 

Drs. J. H. Sparhawk, Hartford 

Elias Shrnman, j'r. New-Haven 

Samuel ri. P. Lee, New-London 

Gideon Beardsley, Fairfield 

Darius Hutchins, Windham 

Elijah by man, Litchfield 

Samuel Carter, Middlesex 

John S. Peters, Tolland 
— <s> — 
Committee of Conference with Yale College* 
Drs. John Barker, m d. Joseph Foot 

EH Ives, m.d. I 

«S3 

Committee to enquire into, and report the number of 

Maniacs in the state, &c. &c. 

Drs-M.F.Coggswell m.d. | Thomas Hubbard 

John Barker, m.d. | Elijah Lyman 

Samuel H. P. Lee j Richard Ely 

Gideon Beardsley | John S. Peters 



Committee of Publication. 
Drs.M.F. CoggswellM.D. j Timothy Hall, m. 
John Bestor J. H. Sparhawk 

— ^g> — 

Committee to collect Essays for Publication. 



Drs. John Barker, m.d. 
Gideon Shepherd 
Samuel Buell 
Samuel H» P. Lee 



Thomas Hubbard 
Richard Ely 
John S. Peters 



129 
Committee to report on the illeffects of ardent spirits* 
Drs. Richard Ely | Smith Clark 

Degree of Doctor of Medicine confer ed^ on 
Drs. John Barker, of New-Haven 
Timothy Hall, of East Hartford 

RHODE-ISLAND MEDICAL SOCIETY: 



Dr. Amos Throop, President 
^SanlXn? } Vice-President* 

Dr. William Turner, Corresponding Secretary 
Dr. John Mackie, Recording Secretary 
Dr. Thomas M. Burrows, Treasurer 
Dr. William C Bowen, Cabinet-keeper and Libra* 
rian. 
Pardon Bowen, m-d. ^ 
Dr. Solomon Drown, J Censors for the 
Levi Wheaton, md. r Nothern District. 
Dr. Thomas Nelson, J 
Drs. David King, \ 

Edmund T« Waring, f Censors for the 
Joseph Comstock, / Southern District 
Enoch Hazard, 5 

Dr. Henry E. Turner, Orator for the next annual 
#ieeting. 

CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL SOCI- 
ETY. 

[Instituted A. D. 1 794.] 



Charles Chauncey, of New-Haven, President. 

David Humphre\ s, of Derby, Vice President 

Thomas Darling of Woodbridge, \ c prrfkta rip* 

Daniel Holbrook. of Derby, 5 becretanes 

Caleb Atwater, of Wallingford, Treasurer 



130 
POM^RET AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 



Benjamin Duick, President* 

Amos Payne, 7 vice-President* 
John Williams, 5 Vice-Presidents 

Sylvanus Backus, Treasurer 
Thomas Hubbard, Secretary 

Sylvanus Backus, \ 

Thomas Hubbard, r Committee of 

James M'Clelian, / Correspondence 

Darius Matthewson, V 

■JfEW-HAVEN CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 



Elias Shipman, esq. President. 

Benjamin Siliiman, esq. Vice-President 

Dr. John Sumner, Treasurer 

Charles Sherman, esq. Secretary 

SOCIETY OF FREE-MASONS. 



Officers of Knight Templars Encampment* 

James Baxter, Captain General 

James Ward, 1st Captain 

David Deming, 2d Captain 

Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal 

John R. -Watrous, Secretary 

Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 



@jjlc€rs oftlie Grand Royal Arch Chapter of 
Connecticut, 

John R. Watrous, g.h.p. 
Samuel C, Blackman,D.G.H.F. 
Alexander Collins, g- x. 



John M. Gannett, g. Scribe 

Henry Champion, g. Treasurer 

Levi H. Clark, g. Secretary 

John Tyler, g* Chaplain 
Consider Sterry, g. Marshal 
Samuel Bailey, g. Tyier 
A Grand Convocation of the Members of the Chap- 
ter is held semi-annually ; viz.— on the third Thurs- 
day in May at Hartford ; and on the third Thursday 
«f October at New-Haven. 



Officers of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut* 

M. W r . Stephen T. Kcsmer, g. m. 

R. VV. John R. Watrous, d. g. m. 

W. Solomon Cowles, s. g. w. 

W. Aaron Smith, j. c. w. 

Henry Cham pic ri, g; t» 

John Mix, g, s, 

John Hubbard, s. g. d« 

James VVa-d, J.g. d. 



Chapters of Royal Arch Masons, 
Hiram Chapter, 'Newtown 
Solomon Chapter, Derby 
Washington Chapter, Middletown 
Franklin Chapter, Norwich 
Vanden Broek Chapter, Colchester 
Franklin Chapter, New- Haven 
Union Chapter, New London 
Lynch Chapter, Weston and Reading 
Trinity Chapter, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, Woodbury 
Rittenhouse Chapter, Stamford 
— , Chapter Pom fret 



Masters Ledges in Connecticut. 
No. 1 Hiram New-Haven! 3 St. John's Bridgeport 
2 St. John's Middletown J4 St. John's HarUoi d 



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8 St. John's Norwalk 30 

6 Union Greenwich 31 

7 K. Solomon's Woodbury 32 

8 St. John's Stratford 33 

9 Compass Wallingford 34 

10 Wooster Colchester J 35 

11 St. Paul's Litchfield 36 

12 King Hiram Derby 37 

13 Montgomery Salsbury 38 

14 Frederick Farmington 39 

15 Moriah Canterbury 40 

16 Temple Cheshire 41 

17 Federal Watertown 42 

18 Hiram Newtown 43 

19 Washington Huntington 44 

20 Harmony Berlin 45 

21 St. Peter's N Milford 46 

22 Hart's Woodbridge 47 

23 St. James' Preston 48 

24 Uriel Mansfield 49 

25 Columbia Stepney 50 

26 Columbia E. Haddam 51 

27 Rising Sun Washington 52 

28 Mor. Star E. Windsor 53 

29 Village Canton \ 



Day Spring Harnden 
Union New-London 
Meridian Sun Warren 
Friendship Southingtoa 
Somerset Norwich 
Aurora Harwinton. 
St. Mark's Granby 
Western Star Norfolfe 
St. Alban's Guilford ' 
Ark Weston 
Union Danbury 
Federal Brookfield 
Harmony Waterbury 
Trinity Killingworth 
E. Star "Leb. 5c Windham 
Pythagoras Lyme 
Putnam Pomfret 
Morning Star Oxford 
St. Luke's Kent 
Jerusalem Ridgefield 
Warren Andover 
Warren Chatham 
— Sayb'rpok 
Widow's Son North 
Stonington 



BANTKS. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, esq. President 
Normand Knox, Cashier 
Directors. 



John Caldwell 
John Morgan 
Ephraim Root 
George Goodwin 
William Moseley 



Nathaniel Terry 
Andrew Kingsbury 
Thomas Leavett 
Joseph Bulkeley 



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Days of Discount Mondays and Thursdays— Hours 
of business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. 'and from 2 to 4 
p.m.— Annual Meeting of the Stockholders second 
Thursday in June. 

UNION-BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedediah Huntington, esq* President 

Robert Hallam, Cashier 

Directors 



Charles Bulkeley 
Guy Richards 
Lyman Law 
Nathanie Richards 
Edward Hallam 
Nathaniel Matson 



fedediah Huntington 
3ela Peck 
jeorge Hallam 
Jan i el Lathrop 
onathan Starr 
oseph Perkins 
oseph Carew 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays — Hours 
f business from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 

p.m. — Bankshut on Saturdays p.m. and on Thanks- 
ivings, Fast -Days, Christmas, and 4th of July — An- 
ual Meeting of Stockholders first Thursday in June. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier 

Directors 

•lisha Denison Jacob B. Gurley 

lias Perkins Cushing Eells 

.dward Chappell James Lewis 

;aac Thompson J Calvin Gcddard 

William Williams 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Fridays— Hours oF 
asiness from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
m — Bank shut on Saturdays p.m. and on Thanks- 
vings, Fast-days, Christmas, and 4th of July — An- 
ial Meeting of Stockholders first Tuesday ol July. ' 

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134 
EAGLE BANK, NEW-HAVEN, 

William W. Woolsey, esq. President 
George Hoadly, Cashier 
Directors 
William W. Woolsey I James Goodrich 
James Hillhouse | Ward Atwater 

Gad Peck | Charles Denison 

Isaac Tomlinson I Abraham Bradley, 3d 

Eli Whitney | 

Days of Discount Tuesdays and Thursdays — Ho 
of business from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.— Bank open e 
ry day except Sundays, Public Fasts and Than 
givings. Commencement and 4th of My. 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

Eneas Monson, jun. esq. President 

William Lyon, Chashier 

Directors 



Abra'rn Bradley 
Abra'm Bishop 
Thaddeus Beechefc 
Eben'r Peck 



Eneas MonsonJ'r 
Frekerick Hunt 
John Nicholl 
Gilbert Totten - 
Efeenezer Huggins 

Days of Discount Mondays and Thursdays— of 1 
posit Tuesdays and Fridays — Hours of business fr 
9 to 12 o'clock a.m.- and from 2 to 4 p.m.- -Ann 1 
Meeting of the Stockholders first Thursday of Jul] 

MIDDLE TOWN BANK. 
Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. esq. President 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier 
D*red<firs 
Hehemiah Hubbard j V Elijah Hubbard 
Benj* Wiliiams (dec'dj Joshua Stow 
Ebeaezcr Sage Nathaniel Terry 

Lemuel Storrs George Hallam 

Josiah Williams 

Days of Disccunt Tuesdays and Fridays—Hour 
business from 9 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 t<t 



M.— Annual Meeting of the Stockholders on the 
st Thursday of January. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Bronson, esq . President 

George Hayt, Cashier 

Directors 



William Peet 
, Joseph Nichols 
Isaac Hinman 
Ebenezer Jesup j'r 



aac Bronson 

ihn S. Cannon 

lmon Plubbell 

rauel W. Johnson 

lijah Boardman 

Notes presented on or before Thursday, and Drs- 

unt made on Friday — Hours of business from 8 to 

o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. — Bank shut on 

turday p. m and oa Christmas, Good Friday, 4th 

If July, and Public Fasts and Thanksgivings— Annu- 

1 Meeting of the Stockholders irst Wednesday of 

uly. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. President 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier 

Directors 



Zachariah Huntingtoa 
Dwight Ripley 
Charles P. Huntingtoa 
Benjamin Coit 
Asa Fitch 
Joseph Huntington 



.benezer Huntington 

ndrew Perkins 

'nomas Lathrop 
imeon Breed 
abez Huntington 
ohn L. Buswell 

oger Bulkley 

Days of Discount Tuesday and Friday— Hours of 
usiness from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. and from 2 to 4 
f.m.— Annual Meeting of Stockholders '3d Monday 
pf June, 

DERBY BA^K. 

William Leffingwell, es^. President 
John Fitch, Cashier 



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Directors 
William Leffingwell Abr'm Bradley 3d 

Elias Shipman David Tomlinson 

Leman Stone Roger Sherman 

James Lewis Wm. Mansfield 

David Daggett Garritt Smith 

Nathaniel Bacon 

Annual Meeting of tke Stockholders first Tuesday 
ef July. 

WASHINGTON BANK, WESTERLY, R.L 

Thomas Noyes, esq. President 
Thomas Perry, Cashier 
Day of Discount Thursday — Hours of business 
from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 t© 4 p. m.— \ 
Annual Meeting 1st Tuesday of July. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President 
Thomas S. Williams, Secretaif 



NEW-HAVEN. 

F<lias Shipman, President 
John Shipman, Secretary 



NEW-LONDON. 

Jared Starr, President 
David Coit, Secretary 



NORWICH. 

Thomas Lathrop, President 
Shubael Breed, Secretary 



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MIDDLETOWN. 

Ebenezer Sage, President 
Ghauncey Whittlesey, Secretary 

DERBY. 

Canfield Gillet, President 
Secretary 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COM? A 

NY. 
Henry Terry, President 
Walter Mitchell, Secretary 
Directors 

Nathaniel Terry | Thomas K. Brace 

Nathaniel Patten | James H. Wells 

David. Watkinson | Ward Woodb ridge 

Daniel Buck I Henry Hudson 

Thomas Glover | 

MaBCMargapaa MgBwwgvwarn s nKasam *u y \.mm fn m!mm.mJUiium. f jm i ama mBmmamaBaamKBKm 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

From the " Minutes taken in the sereral annual 
Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 
the year 1811," the following statement of the number 
of the Members in the United States is taken : 





Whites 


Coloured 


Western Conference, 25,681 


1,467 


South Carolina do 


19,404 


9,129 


Virginia do. 


19,345 


6,232 


Baltimore do. 


19 802 


7,438 


Philadelphia do. 


22,527 


10,354 


New -York do. 


18,001 


986 


New-England do. 


11,795 


73 


Genessee do. 


11,780 


53 




Whites, 148.835 


35,732 




Colored, 35,732 




Total 184,567 


m 


Preachers Cg? 



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133 

GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 

JAMES MADISON, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED ST ATE$| 

Salary, $25,000 per annum* 
Vacant Vice President 

Department of State. * 
James Monroe, of Virginia, Secretary 

Patent Office. 
William Thornton, Superintendant 

Department of the Treasury. 
Albert Gallatin, of Pennsylvania, Secretary 
Pilchard Rush, of Pennsylvania, Comptroller 
Richard Harrison of Verginia, Auditor 
Thomas T. Tucker, of South-Carolina, Treasurer 
Joseph Nourse, of Virginia, Register 
Kobert Patterson, Director of the Mint 
Edward Jones, Daniel Sheldon, Chief Clerks 

War Department . 
William Eustis, of Massachusetts, Secretary 
William Simons, Accountant 
Tench Coxe, of Penn. Purveyor cf Public Supplies 

Navy Department, 
Paul Hamilton, of South- Carolina, Secretary 
Thomas Turner, Accountant 
Joseph Fox, Chief Builder and Constructor 
Charles W. Goldsborough, Chief Clerk 
Navy Agents. 
Samuel Storer, Portland, Maine ; Henry S. Lang- 
don, Portsmouth, N, H. ; Francis Johnson, Boston, 
Mass, ; Joseph Hull, Middletown, Conn. 

Post-Office Establishment 
Gideon Granger, Post-Master-General 
Abraham Bradley, Assistant Post-Master-General 
Josiah Meigs, Surveyor-General 



139 
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

— €> — 
SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshal, of Virginia, Chief Justice. 
Bushrod Washington, of Virginia, *] 

William Johnson, of South-Carolina, i 
Brockholst Livingston, of New-York, I Associate 
Thomas Todd, of Kentucky, ( Justices 

Gabriel Duval, of Territory Columbia, | 
Joseph Story, of Massachusetts, J 

William Pinkney, of Maryland, Attorney General 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington, Clerk. 

— <£3> 

ALLOTMENT OF CIRCUITS. 

F i r st — Hon- Joseph Story 
second — Hon. Brockholst Livngston 
third — Hon. Bushrod Washington 
fourth— Hon. Gabriel Duval 
fifth— Hon. John Marshall, Chief Justice* 
sixth— Hon. William Johnson 
seventh — Hon- Thomas Todd 
& 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 
District of Maine. 
David Sewell, Judge 
Silas Lee, Attorney 
Thomas G. Thornton, Marshal 
Henry Sewell, Clerk 

District of New-Hampshire. 
John S. Sherburne, Judge 
Daniel Humphreys, Attorney 
Michael M'Clary,%farshal 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk 

District of Massachusetts* 
John Davis, Judge 
George Blake, Attorney 



James Prince, Marshal 
, Clerk 

District of Rhode-Islanif* 
David Howell, Judge 

■ , Attorney 

Ebenezer K. Dexter, Marshal 
Edmond T. Eilery, Clerk 

District of Connecticut. 
Pierpont Edwards, Judge 
Hezekiah Huntington, Attorney 
Robert Fairchild, Marsha] 
Henry W. Edwards. Clerk 

District of VermonU 
Elijah Paine, Judge 
Cornelius P. Van Ness, Attorney 
David Robinson, Marshal 
Cephas Smith, Clerk 

District of New-York 
Matthias B. Tallmadge, Judge 
William P. Van Ness, Assistant Judge 
Nathan Sanl@rd, Attorney 
Peter Curtenius, Marshal 
Charles Clinton, jun. Clerk 

District cf New- Jersey 
Robert Morris, Judge 
Joseph M'llvaine, Attorney 
Oliver Barnet, Marshal, Robert Boggs 
District of Pennsylvania 
Richard Peters, Judge 

Alexander J. Dallas, Attorney for Eastern District 
John Smith, Marshal for do. 

James Hamilton, Attorney for Western District 
Pressley Carr Lane, Marshal for do» 

District of Delaware 
Cushing Bedford, Judge 
George Read, jun. Attorney 
Joel Lewis, Marshal 



141 
District of Maryland. 

Joseph H. Nicholson, Judge 

Zebulon Hollingsworth, Attorney 

Thomas B. Dorsey, Marshal 

District of Columbia. 

William C ranch, Chief Judge 

Buckner Thurston, and Fitzhugh, Judges 

Walter J©nes, jun. Attorney 

Washington Bojd, Marshal 



ATTORNEYS, 
Admitted at the Circuit Court in Connecticut. 



Hezekiah Huntington, 
Joseph Backus 
Burrage Beach 
Seth P. Beers 
Noah B. Benedict 
Coddington Billinga 
David Bollesj'r 
Jonathan Brace 
Willmm^Bristol 
David Burr 
judson Canfield 
Jabez Clark 
William P. Cleaveland 
Alexander Collins 
Samuel Cowles 
David Daggett 
Samuel W. Dana 
John Davenport j'r 
Abraham V. H DeWitt 
Theodore Dwight 
Thomas Day 
Josiah Dudley 
Daniel Dunbar 
Charles Deuisoa: 



esq. District Attorney 
Jonathan W. Edwards 
Henry W- Edwards ' 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Elizur Goodrich 
James Gould 
Calvin Goddard 
Jacob B, Gurley 
John M. Gannett 
Jeremian Halsey 
William S. Hart 
William Hillhouse 
Uriel Holmes 
Stephen T. Hosmer 
Enoch Huntington 
Jirah Isham 
Roswell Judson 
Andrew T. Judsou 
Nathan Johnson 
Lvman Law 
James Lanman 
John H. J^ynde 
John M'Ciellaa 



Walter Mitche 
Jsaac Mills 
Jonathan O. Moseley 
William Moseley 
John Parish 
Enoch Perkins 
William Perkins 
John T. Peters 
Timothy Pitkin j'r 
Ephraim Root 
Samuel P. Waldo 
Dyer White 
John Williams 
Matthew T. Russell 



142 

Aaron Smith 
Nathan Smith 
Lewis Burr Sturgef 
Benjamin Stiles, j> 
Seth P. Staples 
Elisha Sterling 
Nathaniel Terry 
Seth Terry 
Joseph Trumbull 
Henry Terry 
William Williston 
Samuel Woodruff 
Tho. S.Williams, esq*rs 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



SENATE. 



William H. Crawford, President pro. teste* 
Samuel A. Otis, Secretary, 



New-Hampshire 
Richard Cutts 
Nicholas Gilman 

Massachusetts 
James Lloyd j'r 
Joseph B. Varnum 
Connecticut 
Chauncey Goodrich 
Samuel W. Dana 

Rhcde-Island 
William Hunter 
Jeremiah B. Howell 

Vermont 
Stephen R* Bradley 
Jonathan Robinson 



New-York 

Obadiab German 
John Smith 

Wew-Jcrsey 
John Lambert 
John Condit 

Pennsylvania 
Andrew Gregg 
Michael Leib 

Delaware 
James A. Bayard 
Outerb ridge Horsey 

Maryland 
Samuel Smith 
Philip Rewii 



Virginia 
Richard Brent 
^William B» Giles 
North-Carolina 

James Turner 
Jesse Franklin 

South Carolina 
John Gaillard 
John Taylor 

Georgia 
Charles Tait 
William H. Crawford 



Kentucky 

John Pope 
George M. Bibb 

Tennessee 
Joseph Anderson 
Geo, W- Campbell 

Ohio 
Thomas Worthington 
Alexander Campbell 

Louisianna 
Thomas Posey 
Allen B. McGruder 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES; 



Henry 
Patrick 
New-Hampshire 
Samuel Dinsmore 
John A. Harper 
Elijah Hall 
♦George Sullivan 
Josiah Bartlett 

Massachusetts 

* Josiah Quincey 
♦William Reed 
Rchard Cutts 
Ebenezer Seaver 
Ezekiel Bacon 
Charles Turner j'r 
*Laban Wheaton 
♦Leonard White 
Isaiah L. Green 
♦Samuel Taggart 
William Ely 

* Elijah Brigham 
f Abijah Bigelow 



Clay, Speaker 
M> Cruder, Clerk 

I Francis Carr 
Peleg Tall man 
William Widgery 
Wai- M. Richardson 

Connecticut 
♦Lewis B. Sturges 
♦Jonathan O. Moselcy 
♦Benjamin Tallmadge 
♦Epaphrcditus Champion 
♦Timothy Pitkin j'r 
♦John Davenport j'r 
♦Lyman Law 

Rhode-Island 
♦Rlisha R> Potter 
♦Richard Jackson j'r 

Vermont 
Samuel Shaw 
James Fisk 
» William Strong 
1 *Martin Chittenden 



r-, New-York 

Jjj Samuel L. Mitchell 

j ' Thomas Sammoas 

«jr Ebenezer Sage 

j - William Paulding j'r 

J?. Pierre Van Cortland j'r 

\jr James^Emott 

^ Thomas B. Cook 

?n. *Asa Fitch 

v *Thomas R. Gold 

gj Uriah Tracy 

•jj Daniel Avery 

T J *Harmanus Bleeker 

i^ Arunath Metcalf 

^ P. B. Porter 

* William Pond 
Silas Stow 



New-Jersey 

Adam Boyd 

Jacob Huftv 

Lewis Condit 

George C Maxwell 

James Morgan 
«- Thomas Newbold 
•J ' Pennsylvania 

Robert Brown 
T Adam Seybert 
Y * William Anderson 

Roger Davis 

Jonathan Roberts 
^ * James Milnor 
^ William Rodman 

John Le Fever 
\Y Robert Whitehill 
Je William Crawford 

John M% Hyneman 
g{ William Piper 
Jfc ©avid Bard 



144 

I George Smitk 
William F inlcf 
Aaron Lyle 
John Smilie 
Abner Lacock 

Delaware 
*H. M. Ridgeley 
Maryland 
*Philip B. Key 
Joseph Kent 
*Philip Steward 
*Charles Goldsborougk 
Robert Wright 
Peter Little 
Alexander M'Kim 
Samuel Ringgold 
John Brown 
Stephen Archer 
Virginia 
John Randolph 
Hngh Nelson 
Thomas Gholson 
Peterson Goodwin 
Thomas Newton 
Daniel Sheffey 
John Talliaferro 
I Edwin Gray 

I* Joseph Lewis j'r 
*John Baker 
* James Breckenridge 
John Dawson 
Matthew Ctey 
Bur well Basse tt 
*Thomas Willson 
William A. Burwell 
John Smith 
Aylett Hawes 
John Roane 
William M'Koy 



IJohn Roane 
William M'Koy 
James Pleasants j'r 
llohn Clopton 

North-Carolina 
Willis Alston 
William Blackledge 
Thomas Blount 

* Joseph Pearson 

* Archibald M'Bride 
Nathaniel Macon 
Meshach Franklin 
Richard Sanford 
William R. King 
Lemuel Sawyer 
Jarries Cochran 
Israel Pickens 

South- Carolina 
D- R. Williams 
Langdon Cheeves 
William Lowndes 
William Butler 
John C. Calhoun 
Elias Earl 
Richard Winn 



Georgia 
George M. Troup 
William B. Bibb 
Selling Hall 
Howell Cobb 

Kentucky 
Richard M. Johnson 
Joseph Desha 
Henry Clay 
Authony New 
Samuel M'Kee 
Stephen S. Ormsby 

Tennessee 
John Rhea 
Felix Grundy 
John Sevier 

Ohio 
Jeremiah Morrow 

Louisiana 
Thomas B. Robertson 

Mississippi Territory 
George Poindexter (del.) 

Indiana Territory 
Jonathan Jennings (del.) 



Thomas Moore 

* Members who protested against the War* 

COMMITTEES. 



OF THE HOUSE. 

Of Ways and Means 
Messrs. Cheves, Bibb, Pleasants, Roberts, Joha- 
Ston, Pitkin and Fisk. 

Of Commerce and Manufactures. 
Messrs. Newton, Lowndes, Mitchill, M ( Kim,Sey- 
ifert, Champion and Widgery, 
13 



146 
Of Public Lands. 
Messrs. Morrow, BkckJedge, Laceck, Wilsosv 
Ormsby, Boyd and Bigeluw 

Of Claims, 
Messrs* Gholson, Brown, Moseley, Shaw, Sage- 
Archer and Stanford. 

Of Post-Offices and Post Roads. 
Messrs. Rhea, Lyle, Dinsmoor, ChitterVden, King, 
Boiling, Hall and Law. 

Of the District of Columbia. 
Messrs. Lewis, Ringgold, Pearson, Bard, Bakery 
Condit and Kent. 

Of Elections. 
Messrs. Findley, Macon, Davenport, Troup, Daw? 
aon,Emottand Alston. 

Of Actounts. 
Messrs. Turner, Little and Pickens. 

Of Revisal and Unfinished Business, 
Messrs, Bassett, Ely and Jackson. 
Of Foreign Relations. 
Messrs. Smilie, Calhoun, Grundy, Gb!d$b0rough> 
Macon, Nelson, Harper, Desha and Seaver. 
Of Military Affairs. 
Messrs. Williarns> Trctap, Wright, Lowndes, Se? 
Tier, Chittenden, Lyle, Stewart and Avery. 
Of A aval Affairs. 
Messrs. Bassett, Bacftn, Mrlnor, Bleecker, Widge? 
yy, Dawson, Hyneman, Alston and Slow. 

OF THE SENATE. 

Of Foreign Relations and 'Military Affairs. 
Messrs. Franklin, Campbell, (Te n.) Taylor, Var? 
Bum, Howell, Robinson, and Worthington. 
Of Naval Matters. 
Mess. Smith, (Md.) Gregg, Talt, Cutis 2nd Lloyd. 



147 

>n the snbjecf (^importations of British Merchan- 
dize in American vessels. 
Messrs. Guillard, Goodrich, Campbell, (Ohio.) 
riles and Robinson. 

On the Militia Lams. 
Messrs. Varnum, Smith, (N. Y.) Worthimjton 
oodrich and Smith, (Mg\) j 



NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVES: 

FHICH THE SEVERAL STATES ARE ENTITLED TO^ 

AGREEABXE TO THE LAST CENSUS. 

RATIO 1 TO 35,000. 

New -Hampshire 6 ; Massachusetts 20 ; Vermont 

; Rhode Island 2 ; Connecticut 7 ; New-Yopk 27 ; 

Jew- Jersey 6 ; Pennsylvania 23 ; Delaware 2 ; Ma- 

viand 9 ; Virginia 23 ; Ohio 6 ; Kentucky 10 ; 

forth Carolina 13 ; Tennessee 6 ; South Carolina 

Georgia 6 ; Louisiana 1 . 



COMMISSIONERS OF LOAN'S. 



States Officers Salaries 

\ew- Hampshire William Gardiner * g 650 

Massachusetts Benjamin Austin - - 1500 

Ihude- Island Christopher El.l.ery - - 600 

Connecticut Jonathan Bull - - 100Q 

Vew- York James Nicholson • - 1500 

Vew-Jersey James Ewing .... ?qq 

Pennsylvania William White - 1500 

Delaware John Stockton - 600 

Maryland Benjamin Howard - - 1000 

r irginia Benjamin Harrison - - 1500 

\orth Carolina Sherwood Haywood - - 1000 

hufh-Carolina John Dawson j'r - - 1000 

Icorgia Robert Habersham, - 7qq 



148 

GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES. 



A ew-Hamfishire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode-Island 

Connecticut 

Vermont 

Aew-York 

Js/env- Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Jhorth- Carolina 

South- Carolina 

Geergia 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio . 

Louisiana 



William Plumer 
Caleb Strong 
William Jones 
John C Smith, 5 Lt. Gov; 
Jonas Galusha 
Daniel D. Tompkins 
Aaron Ggden 
Simon Snyder 

Levin Winder 
James Barbour 
William Hawkins 
Henry Middleton 
David B. Mitchell 

Selbie 

Wiley Blunt 
Return J. Meigs 
W. C. C Claybonr 



GOVERNORS, &C. OF THE TERRITORIES OF THE 
UNITED STATES. 

Mississippi Territory. 
David Holmes, of Virginia, Governor 
Cowles Mead, Secretary 

Indiana Territory. 
William H. Harrison, Governor 
John Gibson, Secretary 

Territory of Upper Louisiana* 
Benjamin Howard, Grve nor 
Frederick Bates, Secretary 

Illinois Territory. 
Ninian Edwards, Governor 



U9 

Nathaniel Pope , Secretary 

Robert Brent, Mayor of the City of Washing' 

John Mason, of Col. District Agent of Indian Affairs 

MINISTERS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

At Paris, Joel Barlow, Minister Plenipotentiary 
Petersburg, John Quincey Adams, Minister Pleni- 
potentiary 
William Smith, Secretary of Legation 
Copenhagen, George'W. F.rving, Minister Pleni- 
potentiary 
Rio Janeiro, Thomas Sumpter jun. ofbouth-Coro- 
liua, Minister Plenipotentiary 



MINISTERS FROM FOREIGN POWERS. 

Franee, M. Serrtirier, Minister Plenipotentiary 

Mons. Lescallier, Consul General 
Russia, Andre de Dashckoff, Minister Plenipotentia- 
ry and Enroy Extraordinary 
M. Ellisen, Secretary of Legation 
Portugal, Joseph Rader'maker, Charge d' Affairs 
Denmark, F. Pewderson, Charge d'AfFairs 
Sweden, George Miles, Vice-Consul for Rhode Island 
and Connecticut, at Newport. 



CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF THE 
UNITED STATES. 

In France and its Dominions 

COMMERCIAL AGENTS 

Sylvanus Bourne, Consul Ceneral, Amsterdam 
Isaac Cox Barnet Havre de Gi&Qe 

William Lee, Commercial Agent Bordeaux 

13* 



150 

Thomas Aborn, Vice Com. Agent Cayenne 

Peter Walsh, Agent Cette 

Ugene Cathalan Marseilles 

John Appleton Calais 

William Patterson Nantz 

Aaron Vale L 'Orient 

Thomas Lovell La Rochelle 

Francis Coffen Dunkirk 

Henry Wilson Ostend 



In Spain and its Dominions 

CONSULS 

RicharJ S Hackley Cadiz 

Robert Montgomery Alicant 

William Kirkpatrick Malaga 

Louis O'Brien St. Andero 

John Leonard Barcelona 
John Martin Baker, Tarragona and the Isles of Ma- 
jorca, Minorca and Yvica. 

John James Armstrong Island of TenerifFe 



In Portugal and its Dominions 
William Jarvis, Consul, Lisbon 
James L> Carthcart, do. Madeira 
John B. Dabney ; , Azores, Western Islands 
Henry Hill, Consul at St. Salvador in Brazil 

In Denmark and its Dominions. 

Hans Rodolph §aabye> Consul Copenhagen 
Thomas Gamble Island of Santa Cruz 

James M. Gregor Island of St. Thomas 

In Germany. 
John M. Forbes Hamburgh^ 

Frederick J- v Vichfelhausen Bremen 

Phjlip Mark Franconia 

William Ri^; : n ' Trieste • 



COUKTS. 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
Sits the first Tuesday of June, and first Tuesday of 
November at Hartford. Alternately at New Haven 
nd Hartford. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 



8 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 

JULY 
AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



At Windham, first Tuesday 

New- Haven thud do, 

New-London, third (a.)do. 



At .Litchfield, first 
Hartford, second 

At Haddam, last 

At New-IIaven, second 
Litchfield, third 

At Hartford, first 
Tolland, first 
Windham, second 
Norwich, fourth (a.) 
Danbury, fourth 

At Haddam, second 
Fairfield, last 
Tolland; fourth 



do. 
do, 
do, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



JANUARY 

FEBRUARY. 
MARCH 



JUNE 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At To! and, fourth Tuesday 

At Dahbury last do. 

At Norwich, (a.) first «'o. 

New -Haven, third do. 

Wind! i am, thud do. 

Litchfield, fourth do 8 

Hartford, fourth do, 

Haddam , I do. 

At Fairfi do. 

At New-.' . GOid do. 

Ncw-IIaven. fourth do. 



152 
AUGUST At Hartford, second Tuesday 

Windham, third do. 

SEPTEMBER At T ftliand, fourth do, 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

NOVEMBER At Banbury, third do. 

Middletown, foui th d * 

New- Haven, fourth do. 

DECEMBER At Hanford, first do. 

Norwich, first do. 

Windham, second do. 

Litchfield, second do. 

IN THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Newport, the 1st Monday in March, and the 
4th in August. — At Providence the 3d Mondays in 
March and September. — At South-Kingston the 4th 
Monday in April, and 2d in October.— At Bristol, the 
2d Mondays in March, and September. — At East- 
Greenwich, the 2d Monday in April, and 1st in OcU 
— » — 
COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. 

At Newport, the 3d Monday in May, and 1st in 
November. — At Providence, the 4th Monday in 
May, and 3d in Dec. — At South -Kingston, the 2d 
Mondays in February and August.— At Bristol, the 
2d Monday in January, and 1st in June. — At East- 
Greenwich, the 3d Mondays in January and August. 

FEDERAL COURTS. 



j The Sepreme Court sits at Washington, on the iir»l 

3 Monday of February. 

F£f>FRAL COURTS IN CONNE( TltffJT. 

• FEBRUARY. Dis*aicf-N«w-Hat«u4th Ta. 



APRIL. 

MAY. 

AUGUST. 

SEPTEMBER. 

NOVEMBER. 



Circuit — New- Maven, 13th day! 
District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 
District — New-Haven, 4th do. 
Circuit — Hartford, 17th da> . 
District— Hartford>4th Tuesday. 



-o- 



FEDERAL COURTS IN RHODE-ISLAND. 

FEBRUARY. District— Newport, 1st Tuesday 
MAY. District — Providence, SdTues. 

JUNE. Circuit — Newport, 15th day. 

AUGUST District— Nev/port, 1st Tuesday 

NOVEMBER. Circuit— Providence, 16th day. 
District — Providence, 3d Tues# 



ROADS, 
With the names of good Inn-keepers. 



Fr.m AeW' 
Most 
Montville 
Norwich Pori 
3few*tt's City 
Plainfceld 
Sterling 
Scituate 
Providence 
Attleborough 
Wrentham 
Dedkam 
Boston 



-London^ to 
'on, 

Haughton 7 

6 

Johnson 8 

Eaton 7 

Field 4 

Fish 11 

15 

Mann 9 

Bveritt 11 

Fuller 12 

9 



Total 99 
From Boston to Portland 
Lynn F have 1*7 

Sale oi Tucker 7 



Ipswich Tread well 12 
Newburyport Perkins 12 
Hampton Lea vet 15 

Portsmouth 10 

Kennebeck 29 

Portland Peck 27 

Total 118 

A . London, to A. Haven 
Lyme Parsons 14 

Say brook Pratt 2} 

Killing worth Crane 8 
Guilford Stone 9 

Bran ford 9 

New-Haven 8 

Total 50} 



*In large ttjvns there are mmy good Inns. 



11 

A. Haven ) to &env~York \ 
Mdford Clark 10 

Stratford Lovejoy 4 

Fairfield Pennfield 10 
Nor walk Mott U 

Stamford Davenport 9 
Rye Pennfi-ld I-' 

New-Rochell Williams 8 
BfarlaetYi Hauley 9 

NkW-York 9 

123* 

M London % to Hartford 
Water ford Eld ridge 5 
Montville Turner 3 

New-Salem Turner 6 
Co'chester (Good Inns) 6 
Marlborough Rulkley 8 
Glas^enbury Weils 1G 
Hartford 41 



4*t 
Albany. 

Phelps 6 

Copies 13 

Hawley 14 

House 22 

Hull \% 

9 

Lee 7 

lr 

94 

Albany to Utica. 

'Schenactady 14 

Amsterdam 16 

Caugaawaaga Fonda 9 ; 

Johastowa T j 



Hartford to 
Farmington 
Hew-Hartford 
Sandisfields 
Lenox Coffee 
New -Lebanon 
Philipstowrt 
Union-Village 
Albany 



4 

Palatine 
Manheim 
Little Fall 

Herkimer 

Schuyler 
Utica 



2obris,kie 14 

Pardee 3 

Carr 7 

7 

Smith 6 

9 

93 



Utica to Canandaigua* 

.New-HartfordM'Cier-n 4. 

Westmoreland- Crary 7 

Vernon Pierson 6 

3u 11 i van W i mple 9 

' — Clark 10 

Manlius Warner 2 
Derne Trowbridge 3 
Onondaga Brewster 7 
Marcellus Chapman 12 
Skaneotolas Lake 6 

Aurelius Postwkk 8 

L Goodwin 4 

Cayuga Harris > 

Junius , 8 

Geneva 6 

Senecca Bali f 

Gorham 5 

Canandaigua 4 

11* 
Canandaitrua, to J\/iaga- 

ra Falls. 
Genesee River 27J 

Hatavia 2/ 

Buft-loe-CreekLandon 36 
Chippewa Stevens 19 
Niagara Falls Wilson 2, 

Total iia 



155 



Providence to Hartford. 
PkiinnV'd Eaton SO 

Windham Stanirord 14 
Hartford 30 

Middle roadjrom Boh ion 
to Han ford. 



Ne^-Haven 



13 



Dedham 
Medfield 
Mendon 

Uxb ridge 

Douglass 

Thompson 

Pomfret 

Ash ford 

Mansfield 

Coventry- 



Fuller 9 

Kole';rook - 

Thompson 17 

Reed 5 

Dudley 9 

Jacrbs 8 

Cadv 9 

Clark 9 

Bicknell 8 

Pomroy 7 



E. Hartford Woodbrldge 6 
Harte©rd 10 



From Hartford to A' .Ha 

ven.tnro* Middletoivn Baltimore 

MiddJetown 15 Gent 

yVallingtordCarringtonl4 Washington 

ERRATA. 



Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 
•Springfield Williams ^8 
Northampton Clark 19 
Deerfield Benmt 18 

Putney Stowers 23 

Char- est own Eiy 20 

Windsor Pettis 18 

M London, to Acw/iort, 
Wes-teriy Rhodes 15 

Tower-Hill Hall 25 

Narrag. Fer, Gardiner 3 
Newport 7 

Af. York, to Washington* 
Princeton 116 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 122 

Susquehanna(Harvrt)1.58 



192 
120 
214 



Major Willam C. Sterling, aid-de-camp to Major 
Gen- Taylor. 

William C. Sterling, esq. Clerk of Probate, Sha- 
ron district, vice John M. Holly, resigned. 



A 



INDEX 
LMANACK,p'age 5 

Attornevs Circuit 
Court Conr. 141 

Practising, 



-Pomfret, 



Con. (see counties) 
Agricultural So. Con, 129 



130 
Academies, Cheshire 1 14 

—Bacon, 114 

Academy, Arts, &c. 116 
American B. C F. M i 18 
Banss, 132-136 



1 

Bible Society, il7 

Char. So. N. Haven, 130 
Courts, 351 

Commis. of Loans, 147 
Cities," &c. 84—86 

Clergy, 119 

■ Certify. Com. 126 

Recv's Money, ib, 

\sr -Com. Corresp. 126 

Candidates and unset- 
tled Ministers, 125 
Colleges, New-Hayenli3 



-Harvard, 

—Williams, 

-Rhode-Island, 

-Dartmouth, 

-Middlebury, 

-Union, 



115 
ib. 
ib. 
ib. 

116 
ib. 



Connecticut— Govern- 
ment, executive and 
legislative, 52 

•s Judicial 8c Civil, 60 

Hartford County ib. 

New-Haven, " 63 

New- London, 66 

Fairfield, 68 

Windham, 71 

Litchfield, 73 

Middlesex, 76 

Tolland, 78 

Duties, Impost, Sec 29 

Eclipses, 3 

Freemen's Meetings, 3 

Fi ee-Masons, 130 

Governors ofStates 14c c 

Insurance Comps. 136 

Lodges, ISO 



56 
Medical Society, 12< 

-Rhode-Island, 121 

Methodist Church, 13» 
Militia, 8] 

Ministers & Consuls, 14< 
Missionary Society, 11 i 
Missions, Foreign, 111 
Nomina, to Congress, 5i 
Nomina. Assistants, ib 
Notaries, 

Post-Office, Sec. 
Postage Rates, 
Probate Courts, 
Receivers public 

money, 
Roads & Innkeepers, 15: 
Surveyors, S< 

Tables— Tides, 
— -Wei ght & value 

of Coins, 

Interest, pounds, 

Value of Cents in 

lawful money, 
— Polls and estates, 
Post-Office Estab. 
Tract Society, 117 

Town Clk'sk Coll'rs 81 
Territories, U, S. 14* 
United States Officers, 
—Executive & State, 13£ 
—Senators, 14S 

— Representatives, 14^ 
— Judicial, 
— Revenue, 
-^Committees, 
No, Rcp.next Cong 



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147 






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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN DABOLL. 









NEW-LONDON : 
COMPILED, POINTED AND SOLD BY 
SAMUEL GREEN. 



OBSERVATION. 

THE hour of night is, many times, more conve 
iently estimated by the moon's southing, than 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 
RULE. 
Add three hours to the time of high water on a; 
given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and y 
•\vill have the true time of the moon's southing f 
that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's settin 
you will have the length of the day ; and double tl 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the nigl 

Chronological Cycles for the year 181. 
Dominical Letter, B I Solar Cycle, 3 

Lunar Cycle or GolpU | Roman lndictipn, 

en Number, 10 I Julian Period, 6527 

Epact, 9 I 

JNames and Characters of the Planets, 

O or © Sol or Sun. # or D Luna or Moo 
Tjf Herschell. I2 Saturn. % Jupiter. % Mar 
© Tellas, or Earth. $ Venus. $ Mercury 

Names and Chara&ers of the Afpe£is« 
6 Conjunction, or planets situated in the san 

longitude, 
D Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distal 

from each other. 
$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees di; 

tant. 
A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant, 
^c Sextile, is when two planets or stars are 6 

degrees distant. 



^mmm 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1814, 

?HERB will be three Eclipses this tear, two of 
je Sun, a»d one of the Moon, in the following or- 
r, viz : — 

I. The first will be of the Sun, January 21st, 
9 o'clock 26 win. in the morning, invisible to 

. The Sun will be centrally Eclipsed on the 
eridian in Latitude 18° 37' S. and Long. 33 • 
)'W. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, July 17th, at 
o'clock 39 mini in the morning, invisible. 2) 's 

.ong. 55 23° 58' VsLat. 10' "06 N. 

i The sun will be centrally eclipsed on the -meridi- 

[ i in Lat. 30° 51' 1ST. and Long. 84° 12 m. E. 

III. The third will be of the Moon, December 
3tb,.in the evening, visible. j of £4Q*38 

BY CALCULATION AS FOLLOWS, VIZ. 

h. m. 

Beginning, 5 9 

Middle, 6 20 

Eud, 7 21 

Duration, 2 hours 22 minutes. 

Digits Eclipsed 5 r \ on the j) 's North Limb. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 



FREEMEN'S-MEETINGS, throughout 
the State of Connecticut, are held annu- 
ity on the third Monday in September, and 
n the Monday following the first Tuesday 
a April, 



AT ABLE Jbewlng the diferetice cfHi^Water at J ever 
piic.es from Ne-w-Loh$on. 

THE fixth column of each monthly f>age fhews tli 
time of High-water at New-London, New-Yor| 
Elizabethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape-Henlopei 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, unci Brunfwick,' in North-Can 
Una— to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexe 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fa 
lowing places.— (A) thews that the annexed quant it k 
uftime muft be added ; (S) fubtraded— (H) {lands fc 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



1 N runes ej Phices 




H.M. 


Na m es of F Uc es 




H-> 


| Albany 


A 


6 30 


New bury port 


A 


}' <- 


(Amboy 


S 


45 


New-Haven 


A 


I i 


Annapolis, Mar. 


S 


2 c 


New- Providence 


S 


1 A 


■ Anhn polls, ' Nov/. 


A 


3 


N e w to w n La n d i n g. A 


I 


;New-Biuib);d 


S 


I 12 


Norwich Landing 


A 


e / 


jBolto* 


A 


2 i 5; Pa 11 obfcot 


A 


3 


lEuriln^ton 


A 


zq'P-enfLcola 


S 


1 


jCutiio 


A 


2 53! Philadelphia 


A 


4 : 


ICape-Ann 


Ik 


2 4j|pifcataway 


A 


2 1 


JGape Fear : 




1 j Plymouth 


A 


1 > 


iCaieo jjay 


A 


2 icjPolepels Ifland •■ 


A 


3 ; 


CharlcTion Bar 


S 


2 2c j Port Royal,.S. C. 


S 


c 


Fairileld 


A 


2 pjportfniouth ' ' 


A 


2 1 


Frederica,Gr<?£g//? 


> 3 


1 o|Providence 


S 


1 


George tou i: u:s 


s 


2 2ojPurifbargh, 5. C. 


S 


2 


Guiltbul 


A 


1 30 Quebec 


A 


I 


.ilackeu flick 


A 


3 o|[leedy-Ifiaml 


A 


2 


JHaliiax 


A 


3 0!rlhodc-I!iaild 


S 


i 


Hell Gate 


A 


3o|Salem 


A 


2 ■ 


Hartford 


A 


2 iojSandy-Hook 


S 


6 t 


HLnghara 


S 


1 3^1 Savannah 


s 


1 i 


Huntington 


A 


2 Sa;, brook 


A 





Jpfwich 


A 


2 45|St. Auguftine, B, 


, s 


1 2 


Jamestown 


A 


30 St. loan's, Newf. 


A 


3 


!v i n g i t o w n , Efopus 9 A 


6 


Sunbury, Georgia, 


A 


i 


Louifbourgli 


A 


3 


Tybee Bar 


A 


] 


Main Ocean 


S 


0.45 


White Stone • 


A 


2 t 


Mobillc- Point 


A 


5 c 


Williamfburg, Va. 


A.- 


2 i 


Nantucket 


S 


1 3c 


Wilmington, Sf.C. 


A 


2 i 



_i 



f JANUARY halh 31 day*. 


Full m. 6d. 2 h. 21 m. mo. 


New m. 2 Id. 9h 


. 26m. m. 


Lastqr. 13d. nh. 16m. m. 


Firstqr.28d.9h 


i. 35m. aft 


M|YV| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r.;j> s[ 


1 


7 


Crtcura, Co/of 7 28 


4 32 


4 


55 \ 39 


2 


13 


2d. after Christmas. 17 27 


4 33 


5 


49 


2 47 


3 


2 


D Perigee. weather. tf 27 


4 33 


6 


47 


2 58 


43 


Q slow of clock 6 m. 7 26 


4 34 


7 


38 


5 9 


5!4 


J) high Full tdes7 26 


4S4 


8 


51 


6 12 


65 


Epiphany. Full ©7 25 


435 


9 


53 


5 1 he 


7 6 9 sets 8h, 33 min. 


7 25 


4 35 


10 


53 


6 35 


8:7 Days increased 12 m. 


7 24 


4 36 


11 


49 


7 44 


9 


B 1st. sund. after Ep. 


7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


8 50 


10 


2 7*5 south 8 o'clock. 


723 


4 37 





40 


9 57 


11 


3 


Westerly winds. 


722 


438 


1 


29 


10 58 


12 


4 


6 Oh- 2/south9h.2ra. 


721 


4 39 


2 


14 


11 59 


13 


5 


nQ 5 • Some 


721 


4 39 


2 


53 


morn 


14 


6 


pretty good 


7 20 


440 


3 


41 


57 


15 


7 


weather then 


7 19 


441 


4 


24 


1 56 


16 


B 


2d after Epiph. 


718 


4 42 


5 


8 


2 25 


17 


2 


5 Apogee. comes a 


7 18 


4 42 


5 


53 


3 49 


18 


3 


3 low, 8h. 39m. 


717 


4 43 


6 


40 


4 42 


19 


4 


9 sets. snow 


7 16 


4 44 


7 


27 


5 36 


20 


5 


©enters #? 9h. 41 m.m. 


iJi 


4 45 


8 


6 


6 SO 


21 


6 


iVew Moon. storm. 


7 14 


4 46 


9 


5 


Dsets 


22 


7 


Full tides. 


713 


4 47 


9 


54 


« 2 


23 


P 


3d after Epiphany. 


7 12 


4 48 


10 


43 


7 4 


24 


2 


7*'ssouth 7 o'clock. 


711 


4 49 


11 


30 


8 6 


25 


3 


Con. St. Paul. 


7 10 


4 50 


aft. 


17 


9 10 


26 


4 


Some pleasant 


7 9 


4 51 


1 


4 


10 \\ 


27 


5 


Days increased 44 m. 


7 8 


4 52 


1 


51 


11 25 


28 


6 


EEQ 3 weather 


7 7 


4 53 


2 


40 


morn 


29 


7 


O slow of clock 1 1 m. 


7 6 


4 54 


3 


21 


25 


30 

* i 


B 


4th after Epiphany. 




7 5 


4 55 


4 


25 


1 33 



T? HRUARY hath 28 (Jays. 



L 

jjuii rn. 4 day 2h. m. aft. 
First qr.1 Id. 11h.58ro._af. 
(M"|Wj Calendar, &c. j^i"ig)s^Ksca "jr. 3 s. 



New m. 20d. 2h. 2m- mo 
Firstg r. yd. 5h._39man 
IF 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

.12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

'9 

30 

ii 

:2 

o 

4 

5 
6 



i7 

i 7 

7 o 
'6 59 
6 57 
656 
655 
$ 5 
6 53 
$0 
6 50 
649 
6 48 
646 



3 1 5 Per. D high. 
IjPur.f. B. V. M. 
5 Pretty full tides. 
6JOsI.ofcl.14m. Full Q 
7 1 ' JfozM or snow. 

B Sep. Sunday. 

9 sets 8h. 28 min. 

7*'s south 6 o'clock. 
Wet uncom 

Days incr. lh. 18m. 

D0]), fortabk. 

j) Apogee. More 

Septuages Sunday. 

Valentine, falling 

3) low. to eat her. \6 45 

Pleasant for ,6 44 

x5 © 9. a f% or 6 42 

9 Stationary. /wo. 

©in K Oh. 3 3m. morn. 

Quinqu. Sun. 6 © 3 

DOi. Tides swell. 
7?a/?7 or s7iotj. 

Ash Wednesday. Co/d 

St. Matthias. ' chilly. 

9 sets7h. SSm.m.T.'w^ 
7 ©slow of clock 15m. 
B) First Sun. Lent. DQ]) 
2 ■ (3 Perigee 



2 458 
1 



6 
4 59 7 

8 

1 9 
3 10 
411 
5 ! il 



5 7 
5 9 
5 10 
5 11 
5 12 
5 14 
5 *5 
5 16 
5 
5 19 



6 41 
6 40 
638 
637 
636 
634 

6 32 
6 30 
629 

628 5 32/ 



5 * 
5 22 
5 23 

24 

26 

527 

5 28 

5 30 



2 3 
25 
25 
24 
23 
20 
59 
6 morn, 

45 

29 

2 24 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

6 

7 

S 

9 
10 
11 
11 



58 

43 
30 
17 

6 
56 
45 
S5 
24 
12 


38 
37 
28 
21 

25 



Dsets 

7 

8 5 

9 11 

10 18 

11 2 
morn. 

33 

1 44 



L 



The Planet Venus will he evening; star until the 
Bth of March, then morning star till the year's end 



^^ar'^nfJ. 



















MARCH hath 31 clavs. 


all m. 6d- 2h. 28m. mor. 


Mew m. 2icl. 5h. 19m. aft, 


astqr. 136. 8h. 43m. aft. 


First qr. 28d. Oh. 34m. aft. 


I|W| Calendar, &c. |©r-.|©B;|^scia.|*4>-flf'. 


1 3 


St. David. 6 26 5 34 5 14 


2 56 


2 4 


5 high. cold, 


6 25 


5 35 6 14 


3 46 


3 5 


windy weather . 


6 23 


5 37 7 12 


4 36 


46 


7*Vset nvdnight. 


6 22 


5 3s! 8 8 


5 24 


57 


More fileusant. 


6 21 


5 39- W 1 


6 4j 


6B 


2d Sun. in lent. F. © 


6 19 


5 4l| 9 50 


J) rise 


72 


/t south lOh. 12nu 


6 18J5 42J10 3^8 


7 40 


83 


O fast of clock 1 1 m. 


6 16|5 44 11 2.4 


8 27 


9 4 


March weather. 


6 15J5 45 


morn. 


9 1 


05 


Days length 1 lh. 36m.'6 His 46 


10 


9 58 


U 


Now expect a stcr?n. ] 6 12 


5 48 


55 


11 12 


2 7 


Inf. 6 9 . D apog.|6 1 1 


5 49 


1 41 


morn. 


3B 


3d in lent. G © D . 6 10 


5 5& 


2 27 


26 


4 2 


3) low. J6 8 


5 52 


3 25 


1 19 


5 3 


&?/<f, 6 7 5 53 


4'" 3 


2 13 


64 


,S gr.elon-. |6 5 5 55 


4 53 


2 59 


7 5 


windy, chilly '6 4 5 56 


5 42 


3 45 


8 6 


weather , near 6 3 5 57 


6 32 


4 25 


97 


these days }& 1|5 59 


7 21 


5 5 


OR 


4th in lent. Mid L sun. 


6 -0*6 8 10 


5 45 


12 


New Moon. (©inT 


5 58J6« if 8 59 


5 set. 


23 


7*'s set 1 lh- E. 


5 57 


6 S 9 48 


7 4 


3 4 


Grows more 5 56 


6 <I0 38 


8 15 


4 5 


pleasant. 5 54 


6 611 30 


9 27 


5fc 


A mum. B.V.M. 


5 53 


6 7iaft.23 


1-0 38 


6 7 


D Perigee; 


5 51 


6 9j 1 29 


11 SO 


7 B 


5th in lent. 


5 50 


6 ■ lOj 2 17 


mm 


8 2 


□ ©D. D high. 


5 49 


6 1 11 3 -16 


48 


9 3 


pleasant , 


5 47J6 13] 


1 47 


04 


f?) slow of clock 4m 




5 46 


16 14 


1 5 13 


2 SH 



1 


"*- 


APRIL hath 30 days. 


i 
i 


Full m. 4d. 3h. 42m. afte. 


New m. 20 d. 3h.8m. mo 


! 


Last qt. 12d. 4h. 36m. aft. 


First qr. 26d.7h. 19m. ai 


; 


M 

l 


VV[ Calendar, Sec. |©i\|©s.|F.sea.|i\;js 


• 


6,2/ south 9n. 22m. ,543 6 17 


7 1 


4 If 


l 


alrjinf. 605. jbgg$ 


5 42 


6 18 


7 5C 


I 4 5i 


i 


SlBjPalm Sunday. 9 Sta. 


541 


6 9 


8 3£ 


5 3S 




4'2iFull %. mornings. 


5 39 


621 


9 2k 


» 3 ris^ 




5 


3 Swelling tides. 


5 38 


6 22 


10 1C 


i 7 2: 




6 


4 } 7* , sset 10 o'clock. 


5 36 


624 


10 55 


8 24 




7 


5 ©si. ofcl. 2m. 


5 35 


625 


11 11 


9 26 




8 


6 flying clouds. 


5 34 


62€ 


> morn 


10 21 




9 


7 D Apogee. shoivry 


5 32 


62$ 


\ 25 


11 2C 


% 


10 


B Easter Sunday. 


5.31 


62£ 


> 1 15 


mora 


I 


U 


2 Easter Mon. □ © 3 


5 30J6 30 2 4 


It 


1 


12 


3 E. Tuesday. 3 low. 


5 28 6 321 2 52 


- * 4 


1 


13 


* # south 8h. 45m. 


5 27 


6 33 3 42 


1 48 


i 


14 


5 J rises 3h, 45m. morn. 


5 26 


6 34 4 31 


2 32 


1 


15 


5 rain near Ms time. 


5 24 


6 36 5 19 


3 07 


I 


l <3 ( 


T Days length 13h. 14m. 


5 23 


6 37j 6 8 


3 43 


( 


in 


3 1st. af. Easter.LowSun. 


5 22 


638 6 56 


4 33 


I 


is; 


3 Pleasant weather. 


521 


6 39 


7 45 


5 5 




19, 


3 5om<? showers. 


5 19 


641 


8 35 


5 37 


> 


20/ 


1 Oenters81h.24m.aftr. 


5 18 


6 42 


9 26 


D sets 




21 ; 


» [<$©}. n©^. 


5 17 


643 f 10 26 '8 23 




22 < 


» 7*'s s. 9 o'clk. 5 perig. 


5 15 


645 


11 17 


9 35 




23 5 


r D high. full tides. 


5 14 


646 


aft. 16 


10 42 




iii 


3 2d. after Easter. 


5 13 


6 47 


1 17 


1 1 49 




25!S 


St.Mark. ©fa.cl.2m. 


5 12 


6 48 


2 17 


morn. 


> 


265 
274 


D0). ram, 
3/ stationary. 


5 11 
> 9/ 


6 49 
551 


3 16 

4 12 


42 

1 36 


r 5 


28 5 


6 2/ 5 • flftzr these i 


i 8 6 52 


5 4 


2 18 




29 6 


days then filcasant z 


i 7 6 53 


5 54 


3 1 




JO 71 5 gf. elong. a/zrf Jfr«u\l5 ^6 54 


6 41 


3 30 



M A Y naiii 3 1 days* 



Full in. 4d. 5U. 42m. mo. 
Lastqr. lid. 91i. 5m. m. 



New m-. 19d- llh- 36m. mo 
First qr- 2 Gel. 2h. 44 m. mo, 



M|W| Calendar, See. |r?)ri.j(v)s.|F.sea.|r. J> s- 


r .ll» 


3d ul.Epipn. bt.Pmilip. 


5 5 6 55 


7 


27| 4 C 


o 


2 


Qf.cl. 4m. ("Sc James. 


5 3 ( 6 57 


8 


1 2j 5 5 


3 


3 


westerly winds . 


5 2T) 58 


8 


56j 5 35 


4 


4 


Ge. E.Newport. <?£) 3> 


5 l';6 59 


9 


42 ! j) rise 




5 


T) Ap. Day's leng, 14h 


5 0j7 


10 


28„ 8 10 


6[6 


Si. John, Evan, cloudy. 


4 59J7 1 


n 


15 


■ 9 18 


rj7 


Prises 3Ii. 10 m, morn. 


4 58 7 2 


morn. 


10 11 


8 B 


id after Faster. 3 low. 


4 57(7 3 





3 


H 3 


9 


2 


7*\s set 3 o'clock. 


4 5 617 4 





51 


11 48 


10 


3 


The clouds denote rant. 


4 5 5J7 5 


1 


40 


morn. 


11 


4 


\ stationary* 


4 54|7 6 


2 


28 


38 


IS 


5 


G.E. Hartford. DQD 


4 53 7 7 


3 


16 


1 9 


i o 


5 


pleasant weather. 


4 52 7 8 


4 


3 


I 45 


14 


7 


2£s:£ts lh. 37m. morn. 


4 517 9 


4 


50 


2 16 


15 


H 


5th after E. Ro^a. Sun. 


4 50 7 10 


5 


57 


2 47 


1 6 


o 


Pleasant. 


4 49 7 11 


6 


25 


3 18 


17 


3 


Day's length 14h. 24m. 


448I7-12 


7 


Id 


3 50 


1 8 


4 


Rain may be expected. 


4 47;7 13 


8 


b 


4 21 


19 


> 


A seen. day. New J 


4 46j7 14 


9 


4 


3 set> 


3 


5 


1) Perigee. Full Tides. 


4 45J7 15 


10 


3 


8 28 


) -• 


V 


Oinil lh. 49m. afirn 


4 44 7 16 


U 


g 


9 30 


-} ■ ^ 


8 


Sun. after ascen.DQ % 


4 43;7 17 


aft. 


7 


10 12 


23 


2 


]) high. 


4 42J7 13 


1 


Q 

* 


11 26 


24 


■■> 
o 


Perhaps thunder } 


4 42J7 18 


o 


7 


morn. 


25 4 


Gen. Elec. Boston. 


4417 19 


3 


2 


21 


265 


[ g rises 2h. 44m, ir.or, 


4 40:7 20 


3 


53 


57 


*f 


[ D O 5 . and 


4 39 


72; 


4 


41 


1 34 


28 7 


rain near this 


4 39 


7 2 1 


4 


26 


2 . 3 


29 B 


Whit Sunday. time. 


4 38 


7 22 


6 


10 


2 33 


30:2 


V7. Mond. pleasant. 


i 37 


7 23 


6 


54 


3 1 


313 


W. Tuesd. firettyhot. 


4 3? 


7 25 


7 


38 


3 29 



JUNK hath 30 days. !| 


Full mo. 2d. 8h. 28m. aft. 


New m. 17d. 6h. 45m. aft* 


Last qr. 10d.il lh. 40m. m. 


First qr. 24d. llh. 46m. nr 


M[W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r.l>s. 


1 


4 


T^e clouds 


436 


7 24, 8 23, 4 


2 


5 


o rises 2h. 34m. mbr. 


436 


724 9 10 


3 rise 


3 


6 


D apogee. denote 


435 


7 25 


9 57 


8 6 


4 


7 


J low* ram. 


4 34 


7 26 


10 45 


8 58 


5 


B 


Trin Sunday, 


4 34 


7 26 


11 34 


9 44 


6 


2 


Sup. 6 © $ . 


433 


7 27 


morn. 


10 SO 


7 


3 


5/ sets at midnight. 


4 33 


7 27 


22 


11 14 


8 


4 


More rain 


433 


7 27 


1 9 


11 44 


9 


5 


ivith thunder. 


432 


7 28 


t $6 


morn. 


10 


6 


D © 3 . hot weather. 


4 32 


7 28 


2 42 


19 


11 


7 


St. Barnabas. 


4 32 


7 28 


3 27 


45 


12 


B 


1st after Trinity, 


431 


7 29 


4 15 


1 14 


13 


2 


Northerly •winds. 


431 


7 29 


5 1 


1 44 


14 


3 


2 rises 2h, 17m. mor. 


431 


7 29 


5 50 


2 16 


15 


4 


O and clock even. 


4S1 


7 29 


6 4 2 


2 49 


16 


5 


Jiying clouds. 


431 


7 29 


7 40 


3 27 


17 


6 


New D . ^Perigee. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 40 


j) sets 


18 


7 


>high. Full tides. 


4 30 


7 30 


9 U 


3 21 


19 


s 


2d after Trin. rain. 


4 30j7 SO 


10 47 


9 14 


[ J20 


2 


Day's length 15h, 


4 30 7 30 


11 49 


10 8 


21 


s 


Qen.25 10h. 23m. aft. 


4 30J7 30 


aft. 48 


10 49 


22 


4 


Clear and 


4 30 7 30 


1 42 


11 13 


23 


5 


filea&ani 


4 30'/ 30 


2 32 


11 5S 


: 24 


6 


NTativ. of St. John Bap. 


4 30 7 30 


3 19 


mom. 


'25 


7 


# sets lOh. 52m. 


4 5llr 59 


4 4 


25 


26 


B 


3d after Trinity. 


4 31J7 29 


4 48 


56 


27 


2 


Some rain 


4 31J7 29 


5 32 


1, 28 


28 


3 


Days shortened 2m. 


4 31J7 29J 


6 16 


1 57 


29 


4 


near Ms time. 


431i729 


7 2 


2 27 


30 


S 


Qfast nf clock 3m. 


43lt729' 7 48 


3 45j 















1 
















t JULY hath 31 days. 


Full moo. 2d. llh. 4fm. m ? 1 New ni. 17d. lh. 39m. m. 
| Last qr. 10d. lOh. 7m. mo. | rirstqr.23d. llh. 16m.m. 


M|W| "Calendar, Sec. 


©'ri.©s.|F. 


sea|r. J) s . 


1 


6 I D apogee, 


4 32 


728 


8 


36 


4 34 


2 


7 IVisita. V. M. Full • 


4 32 


728 


9 


25 


J rise 


3 


B 


4th alt. Trin. 


4 32 


728 


10 


13 


8 23 


4 


2 


Independence de. 1776. 


4 33 


7 27 


U 


i 


9 2 


5 


3 


Tl\e clouds denote 


4 33 


7 27 U 


48 


9 40 


6 


4 


rain and thunder. 


4 33 


t 27 


morn. 


10 11 


7 


5 


% sets lOh. 8m. 


4 34 


726 





34 


10 42 


8 


6 


? rises lh. 57m. mor. 


4*34 


7 26 


l 


19 


U 10 


9 


7 


Hazy weather. 


4 35 


725 


% 


4 


11 38 


10 


B 


Sth.aft. Trin. D03. 


4 36 


7 24 


2 


49 


morn. 


11 


2 


Lowry and fierha/is 


4 36 


7 24 


3 


37 


9 


12 


3 


©slow of clock 5m. 


4 37 


723 


4 


26 


40 


13 


4 


rain near this time. 


4 38 


7 22 


5 


19 


1 19 


14 


5 


Days short. 16m. 


4 38 


7 23 


6 


16 


1 58 


15 


6 


^ perigee. > high. 


4 39 


721 


7 


17 


2 38 


16 


7 


Pleasant, then a 


4 40 


7 20 


8 


21 


3 18 


17 


B 


6th af. Trin. New >. 


4 40 


7 20 


9 


25 


3 sets 


18 


2 


Very full tides, storm. 


441 


719 


10 


26 


8 3S 


19 


3 


% sets 9h. 24m. lowry. 


4 42 


7 18 


11 


24 


9 17 


20 


4 


9ri.lh.56m.m. 8Q\ 


4 43 


7 17 


aft 


18 


9 56 


21 


5 


7*s. rise at midnight. 


4 43 


7 17 


1 


8 


10 27 


22 


6 


Exfiect rain. 


4 44 


716 


1 


55 


10 58 


23 


7 


©en. SI 9h.lOm. merh 


4 45 


71S 


2 


41 


11 27 


24 


B 


7th af. Trin. ( D © } 


446 


7 14 


3 


26 


11 56 


25 


2 


St. James. windy 


4 47 


7 13 


4 


10 


morn. 


26 


3 


and Jlying clouds. 


448 


712 


4 


56 


27 


27 


4 


7*'s rise llh. 36m. 


4 49 


711 


5 


42 


59 


28 


5 


Days short. 40m. 


4 50 


7 10 


6 


30 


1 38 


29 


6 


Japog. > low . thunder. 


451 


7 9 


7 


18 


2 18 


SO 


7 © slow of cl 6m. 


4 52 


7 8 


8 


7 


2 48 


31 


B 1 


8th after Trinity. 


453 


7 7 


8 


56 


3 18 



1 AUGUST hath 31 f«y$. 


Full mo. Id. 3h. 4m. m©r. 1 New m. 15d. 9h. 18m. m< 


Lastqt. 8d. 6h. 7mi. aite. | First qr. 22d.lh. 59m. af 


Full Moon 30 day. 5 hour^S - min. afternoon* 


M 


jWI Calendar, &x. |(;^ri.|{v}s.jK.sea 




l 


2 


Lammas. Full @ 


4 54'.7 61 9 44 


2 


3 


2 rise 2h. 5m. morn. 


4 55|7 5|10 3C 


8 \4 


3 


4 


Days short. 52m. 


4 56 


7 4ft I 16 


8 44 


4 


5 


Westerly nvindz. 


4 57 


7 3 morn. 


9 15 


5 


6 ;7*s rise 11 o'clock. 


4 58 


7 2 2 


9 43 


6 


7 hFraasfig. of cur Lord. 


4 59 


7 1 47 


10 11 


7 


B9th aft. Trin. 


a 


7 1 33 


10 43 


8 


2 1QQ D* iVW t/o^ 


5 1 


6 59 2 21 


11 15 


9 


3 


Inf. 6 0? 7?zai/!5 2 


658 3 11 


11 56 


10 


4 


expect raihAS 4 


6 56 4-5 


morn. 


11 


5 and ficrhafis thu??der.\5 5 6 55 5 2 


38 


12 


6 , ]) wirh $ . J peregee. 


5 6 


6 54; 6 " 3 


1 35 


13 


7% sets 8 o'clock. 


5 7 


6 53j 7 6 


2 33 


14 


B 10th aft. Trim 


5 8 


6 521 8 8 


3 32 


1$ 


2 


Assump. . New ) . 


5 9 


65l| 9 9 


D sets 


16 


3 


Ttdes swell. 


5 U 


649*10 5 


7 52 


ir 


4 


ilfor<? rain] 


5 12 


648 10 58 


8 25 


18 


5- 


7*s rise lOh. 12m. 


5' 13 


6 47 


11 48 


8 58 


19 


6 


then clear. 


5"14J646 


aft. 36 


9 25 


20 


7 


9 rises 2h 4 34rn. morn. 


5 16 644 


I 22 


9 58 


21 


\\ 


lUh after Trim'y. 


5 17 643 


2 8 


10 29 


2? 


2 


D0»: H0),' 


5 18|6 42 


2 54 


HI 


23 


3 O^n.^ S-h. 24m. aft. ! 


5 19J641 


3 41 


1 1 40 


24 


4lCom. Datm. St Barth. 


5 21J639 


4 29 


morn. 


25 


Sf h) Per. ]) lew. 


5 22J6 38 


5 18 


19 


26 


6 j Nam nmr t/n's time.' 


5 23 ( 637 


6 7 


1 8 


27 


7 [Day's short. Ih. 50m J 


5 25'6 35 


6 56 


1 55 


28 


B; 1 2 1 h after Trin. 


5 261634 


7 44 


3 47 


29 


"B St.John Bi beheaded. 


5 27^.33 


8 32 


.3 29 


30 


3 O and cl. even. Full ® 5 28^6 32 


*9 19 


1) rise 


31 


!• Commence. CambndLre.'o 306 3G 


10 5 7 23 



1 
















bFPTEMlihK hath 30 days. 


1 Last qr. 7d. Oh. 47m. mo. 


First qr. 21d. 7h. 54m, m. 


•New m. 13d. 6 h. 31m. aft. 


Full mo. 29d. 7h,6m. mi, 


M|W| Calendar, Sec. |©ri.|©s.|F.sea.|r. j> ». 


1 - * 


5 


Loivry lOeather. 


5 31 


6 £9 .10 5117 51 


6 


$ri. 3h3m. m 6* © $ 


5 32 


6 28 11 37 


8 20 


1' i 


7 


Pleasant 


5 34 


6 26 morn. 


8 5\ 


4 


B 


1 3th after Trin. 


5 3: 


6 25 


25 


9 22 


5 


2 


weather, then rain 


5 31 


5 24 


I 14 


10 1 


6 


3 


7*'s rise 9 o'clock. 


5 31 


6 22 


2 7 


10 41 


7 


4 


Commenc. Providence 


5 3S 


6 21 


3 2jll 33 


8 


5 


3>pe. (ScYVilliamstown. 


5 4C 


6 20 


4 o'morn. 


9 


6 " Rain near 


5 42 


6 18 


5 


26 


10 


7 these days. 


5 45 


i 6 17 


6 1 


1 33 


11 


B 14th aft. Trin. 


5 44 


6 16 


7 1 


% 14 


12 


2 


Pleasant 


5 4C 


6 14 


7 58 


3 46 


13 


3 


60]/. New.j). 


5 47 


6 13 


8 53 


3 sets 


14 


4 


Commenc. N,Haven. 


5 49 


6 11 


9 44 


7 3 


15 


5 


warm weather. 


5 5( 


6 10 


10 38 


7 3 


16 


6 


Foggy mornings. 


5 51 


6 9 


11 21 


8 4 


17 


7 


Pleasant. 


5 5o 


6 7 


aft. 8 


8 35 


18 


B 


15th after Trinity. 


5 5^ 


5 6 


55 


9 7 


19 


2 


More rain 


5 55 


6 5 


1 43 


9 44- 


20 


n 


9 rises 3h.49m. mom. 


5 57 


5 3 


2 31 


1© 22] 


21 


4 


St.Mat. Sup.- 6 5. 


5 5£ 


5 2 


3 19 11 8J 


22 


j 


jjj Apogee. (D0). 


5 51 


5 I 


4 8*11 54] 


J23 


6 


0en. =o= Oh. 8m rafter. 


6 C 


6 


4 58 morn.j 


24 


7 


Windy weather. 


6 2 


5 58 


5 46! 48] 


25 


B 


16 after Trinity. 


6 4 


5 56 


6 34J 1 45! 


26 


2 


The gathering 


6 6 


5 55 


7 22; 2 46i 


2-7 


3 


7*s rise 7h 48m. F. D . 


6 7 


5 55 


8 8 3 48 


|28 


t 


clouds denote rain. 


6 1 


5 52 


8 5 5. 4 50 


129 


5 


0fast of cl. 10m. 


6 I 


5 51 


9 42 3 rise 


30 


6 


it. Jerome Pleasant. 


6 11 


5 49 


10 20 7 ] 



L 



PPTQiBEfi TwS 3Td^T 



Calendar, & c . 



]© ri-l©s.[F.sea .|V.j)" 



liVilW 



I 7 1 
B irtk after Trin. 



\U 
is 

!^ 

lg 

19 

|fa 

2] 

22 

Oo 

242 

25 3 
4 

5 



26 

28 

[29 

31 



Some/Ueaw?7,\6 1 
t - 13 
weatherjfoltowfi, j'jj 15 
^« ^or??v 6 1 6 
i) perigee. 3 higi, 
y jCQ ])• Lotvry 

7\ 6 Day's length llh.20m. 
7 ? and % together, 
B 18th aft. TriB. 
2 7*5 rise 7 o'cl. 

Look out for 
Q fast of cl. 1 4m. 
New 5 Full tides. 

9 rises 4h. 53m. morn, 
ram rcrar this ti?ne 
19th after Tnn. 

Windy weather. 
St. Luke. J apogee. 
Ston. Baptist Aso. 
>with#. [DGh 

D0)' more rain 

7 [Day's length 10h.40m. 
B Oinr^.8P,M.20tha.T. 
Changeable weather.\ 
7*s. rise 6 o'clock. 



2 rises 5h. 24m. morn. 6 45 
thick c:rj<5 46 



St. SimonScJud^. F.® 
7 JO fast of clock 16 m. 
Bj2 lth aft. Trin. 

Wind and rain 












v 






NOVKMB- R bath 30 days. 


' ^ast qr. 4d. 3h. 17m. ait. j First qr. *0d. Oh. 291a, n^ 


iewni lid;3h. 28m. aft. 1 Full m. 27d. 7h. 5hi. mor' 


VI|VV N Calendar, kc. |^n|Qs. v |b seu.jr, J s. 


1 


3 


AUbaints. 3 pi r gee. 6 5 35 7 2 


8 1 


2 


4 


All Souls, 3 high. 


6 54; 5 ( 


1 2 


9 Si 


3 


5 


High winds 


655'S 5 


2 2 


10 34 


4 


6 


Day's length loli. 6m. 


6 5 7*5 5 


3 2 


1 1 40 


5 


7 


and fitrhafis a stem. 


6 58;5 2 


3 58 


morn. 


6 


B'22daft. Trin. 


6 59;5 1 


4 52 


48 


7 


2 j ?zear this time. 


7 


>5 (■ 


5 42 


1 57, 


8 


3 ' 9 rises 5h. 56 m. morn, 


7 1 


4 51 


6 30 


3 A 


9 


4 Winds chilly. 


7 2 


4 5b 


7 1 7 


4 21 


10 


5 Tide 3 swell. 


7 4 


4 56 


8 3 


5 W 


11 


6 St. Mart<n. New 3) . 


7 5 


4 55 


8 49 


3 set? 


12 


7 © fast of clock 15 m. 


7 6 


4 54 


9 36 


5 45J 


13 


8 23d after Trin. 


7 r 


4 53 


10 24 


6 32 


U 


2 j 3 apogee. 


7 8 


4 52 


11 12 


7 


15 


3 


5 low. Cold windy. 


7 9 


4 51 


aft. 1 


7 47 


16 


4. 


Lowry 


7 li) 


4 50 


50 


8 34 


17 


5 


T*» south at iniduight. 


7 1! 


4 49 


I 39 


9 29 


18 


6 


Sefcure your cellars. 


7 12 


4 48 


2 26 10 25 


19 


7 


Cold 


7 13 


4 47 


3 12 11 25 


20 


B 


24th after Trin. 


tu 


4 46 


3 58 morn. 


i\ 


2 


Day's length 9^ 30m. 


7 15 


4 45 


4 42 


25 


22 


3 


weather begim 


716 


4 44 


5 27 


I 27 


?S 


4 


St. Clement. 


7 17 


4 43 


6 13 


2 29 


M 


5 


to advance. 


718 


4 42 


7 


et e\ 


25 


6 


& ¥ . Clear 


7 »9 


441 


7 51 


4 34 


16 


7 


Jtfrt. 2h. 18m. morn. 


719 


4 41 


8 45 


5 39 


17 


B 


Advent Sund. 6 © $ 


7 20 


4 40 


9 43 


3) rise 


18 


2 


fe perigee. Full t des 


721 


4 3£ 


10 44 


6 15 


J 9 


3 


©fast of cl. 1 1 m. 3) higi 7 22I 


4 38 


11 46 


7 fj 


50 


4 


St. Andrew* Lowri}l 221 


4 33 


;ncm. 


8 1<* 



"DECEMBER hath 31 days. 



ist qr. 3d. luh. 58 m. aft. 
tfew mo lid. lh. 49m. aft. 



First qr. I9d. 7h. 18m. af 
Full m.?6d.6h. 13m. aft, 



M|\V| Calendar, kc. |©ri.|®s.|F.sea.|r.f|v 



7*s south il o'clock. ,7 23j 



96 
10,7 
JljB 
12J2 
13:3 
14 4 



1 16 6 

i]7|7 

\ l T 

19,2 
!20 ! 3 



22-5 
23,6 
24.7 



11 rises lh.57m. morn. 7 24 

□ O J:. Snow or rain. 7 24 

2d Sunday in Advent. 725 

Winter is come, pre- 7 25 

pared or not. 7 26 

Loivry, cold 7 26 

Concep. B. V. M. 7 27 

Variable weather h 27 

More fileasant\7 28 

728 

728 

7 29 

7 29 

7 29 

729 



3d in Advent. New. D 

j) apogee, D low. 

Windy chilly, 

% rises lh. 12 m. mor. 

7*s south 10'o'cloc 

Jvoiv look out for a 

Day's length 9h. i 

4th in advent. ' 

D0j). * torm 

prises Oh. 50m; morn. 

St. Taomas. 

enters VJ 5h. 6na. m. 
Cold weather 

Swelling t'des. 
^.B^hristmafi. day 3 high. 
J26^2 jSt.Step. Dp.® 6 © 9 
127J3 1st. John. comes on 

7*s south9h. Innocents. 
Tlie present year is 

almost past, to many it 



437 
436 
436 
435^ 
435 
4 34 
434 
433 
4 oo 
4 32 
4 32 
432 
4 31- 
431 
431 
431 



7 30 4 30 



1:395 
J306 
13 1,7 'hut ; been the last, adie 



7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 
729 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
728 
7 28 



\30 
4 30 
4 30 
130 
4 30 
4 30 
130 
131 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
431 
32 
1 



mm 



43 

1 47 

2 42 

3 34 

4 22 

5 9 

5 58 

6 38 

7 24 

8 10 
8 58 



9 24 

10 32| 

11 45 
morn 

D 50 
1 57 

3 

4 1 

5 ■ 2 

6 2 
J sets 



9 46 


5 


30 


10 35 


7 


10 


11 23 


6 


20 


aft. 3 


9 


3 


57 


8 


6 


1 42 


10 


i 


2 26 


11 


2 


3 9 


morn. 


3 53 





3 


4 r 8 


1 


5 


5 25 


2 


9 


6 15 


3 


.14 


7 10 


4 


16 


8 10 


5 


18 


9 13 <[ rise 


10 17 


! 5 


41 


11 20 


6 


5 3 


morn. 


8 


5 


19 


9 


]5 



_ 



1 TABLE of S 


mr-LE In*1s.mst at pei 


- Cent. 


7 For any Sum from 20*. to £.1000. 




t l Mori. | 3 Men. | 6 Mon. 


1 A Year. 


\t 


s. d. 


?• 


i. d. q. 


s. d. q. 


s. 


«.f. 


, • 


1 





032 


070 


1 


2 1 


! a 


O 2 


1 


070 


120 


2 


4 3 


; 3 


3 


2 


O 10 3 


1 9 2 


3 


7 ° 


4 


4 


3 


1 5 1 


2 42 


4 


90 


5 


6 





1 60 


3OO 


6 





6 


7 





1 92 


3 7° 


7 


2 


7 


3 


1 


2 1 O 


4 2 


8 


4 .©• 


i 8 


9 


2 


2 43 


4 92 


9 


7 ° 


9 


10 


3 


2 81 


5 4 2 


10 


9 ° 


TT 


/. j. 


d. 


I. s.d. 


/. s.d. 


/. 


J. d. 


to 


1 


O 


030 


60 





120 


£0 


2 


O 


60 


O 19 O 


1 


40 


3° 


3 


O 


090 


O l8 O 


1 


16 


40 


4 


O 


012 


1 4 O 


2 


8 


50 


5 


O 


15 


1 lO O 


3 





60 


6 


O 


0180 


1 16O 


3 


120 


21 


7 


O 


1 10 


2 2 


4 


4 


8 


O 


; 1 40 


2 80 


4 


16 


9° 


9 


O 


1 70 


2 14 O 


5 


80 


100 


10 


O 


1 10 o| 3 O O 


6 





200 


1 


O 


3 o[ 6 00 


12 





300 


1 10 


O 


4 10 oj 9 


18 





400 


2 


O 


6 1 1 2 o;o 


24 


g> 


500 


2 10 


O 


7 10 15 


3° 





600 


3 • 


9 o|i8 


Jf« 


c 


700 3 10 





TO lO C 


21 OO 


! 42 





800 1 4 
OO | 4 lO 





12 O C 


24 OO 


U8 








13 10 


2J O 


! 54 





&60 


! 5 





15 O 


go OO 


;6o 


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TABLE, 
Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from c 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings 



CIS 

±6 
2t 
2S 
29 
30 
3 J 
3^ 
3o 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
14 
45 
46 
17 
48 
49 
50 



cLJ\ 
6 3 

r.2 

8 1 

9 
9 % 

1 10 ] 
1 11 

1 11 3 

2 2 



1 1 

2 

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'Money accounts of the United States are to be ex 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dismes or Tenths 
Cents or Hundredths, and Milks or Thousandths 
A Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar* a CV/i- 
:he hundredth part of a Dollar* and a J/7/f th( 
V'r.^.nthh par* <$f a Dollar* 



19 

STATISTICAL SKETCH 

OF THE 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



THE Charter of Charles II, since the union 
of the two original colonies under it, has been 
the basis of our fr ame of government. The Legis- 
lature consists of two branches, viz. the Up^er House 
and the House of Representatives. The upper house 
consists of the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, 
and twelve Assistants. The house of representatives 
consists of two hundred members, inhabitants of the 
towns which they represent ; the whole number of 
towns being 119, of which 81 send two representa- 
tives, and 33 one only. Connected with the govern- 
ment are a Treasurer, a Secretary, and Comptroller 
of Public Accounts* The Governor, Lieutenant Ggv* 
ernor, Treasurer and Secretary, are chosen annually 
at the freemen's meeting in April, from the freemen 
at large. The Assistants are chosen at the same 
time, from a nomination of twenty persons made at 
the preceding freemen's meeting i« October. The 
Comptroller is appointed by the Legislature in May 
annually. The Commissioner of the School Fund 
is appointed by the Legislature, and holds his office 
during their pleasure:. The Overseers of New -gate 
are appointed in the same manner, and with the same 
tenure. '1*116 Auditors of the Treasurers accounts 
are appointed semi-annually. The representatives 
are chosen twice a year at the freemen's meelin? 
:;i April and September. The Speaker and Clerks 
of -the Hou*e of Representatives are chosen at each 
session from their own body. 
The Judicial Department consists of a Supreme 



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Probate District, and an indefinite number of Justices 
of the Peace. The Supreme Court of Errors consists 
of all the Judges of the superior court, and holds t\*0 
terms in a year, one at Hartford and oho at New-Ha- 
ren, alternately. The Superior Court consists of 
one Chief Judge and eight Assistant Judges, who an- 
nually, in the month of June, divide themselves into 
three branches; and the several counties in the 
state being divided into three circuits, one branch is 
assigned to each circuit. Each Court of Common 
Pleas consists of one Judge, and four Justices of the 
quorum. rhere are 30 probate districts, each hav- 
ing a judge. 

The principal Executive Officers subordinate to 
the Governor, are the sheriffs, pf which there is one 
to each county. They are appointed by the Gover- 
nor and Council, and hold their offices during the 
pleasure of that body. SheriTs appoint their respec- 
tive deputies, with the approbation of the county 
court. 

Military commissioned officers above the rank of 
captain, are appointed by the Legislature. Compa- 
ny officers are chosen by their respective companies, 
and established by the Legislature. The officers of 
the State Cor/i#, however, are appointed by the Gov- 
ernor, with the cor.sejit and advice of the Council ; 
and the officers of the Volunteer Corps are appoint- 
ed by the governor alone. 

Commissioners on turnpike roads, and commission- 
ers of sewers are appointed by the Governor and 
Council. Notaries Public are appointed by the Gov- 
ernor alone. 

Mayors of cities are chosen by the freemen of their 
respective cities, and hold their offices during the - 
pleasure of the General Assembly. 

Senators in Congress are appointed by the Legis- 
lature. Representatives are chosen by the freemen 
once in two years, at their meeting in September, 
from a nomination of 13 persons made at the preced- 
ing freeman's meeting in April. 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR 1813 14. 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS* 
HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 

Governour. 

HIS HONOUR 

CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, ESQ, 

Lieutenant Governour* 

ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
David Daggett 
Jonathan Brace 
Eiizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 



Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer 

Henry Champion 

Calvin Goddard 

Judsnn Canfield 

Theodore Dwight 

Frederick Wolcott 



Andrew Kings bury, esq. Treasurer* 

Thomas Day, esq. Secretary. 

Elisha Colt, esq. Comptroller of Public Accounts, 

James Hillhou&e, esq* Commissioner of the 
School Fund. 

Elisha Colt } Auditors of the 

Enoch Perkins C Treasurer' $ 

Thomas S. Williams, esq'sj Accounts* 



John Treadwell 
Piiny Hillyer 



? Overseers 
. of 



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ROLL of THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,! 

FOR MAY AMD OCTOBER SESSIONS, 1813. 

|| 
MAT SESSION. 

Svlvanus Backus, esq. Speaker 
Charles Denison, and Jacob B. Gurley, esq's. Clerl 
Hartford, John Caldwell, Elisha Mix 
Berlin, Daniel Dunbar, David Whiulesey 
Bristol, Bryan Hooker 
Burlington, Bliss Hart 
Canton, George Humphreys 
East-Hartford, Shubael Griswold, S. Pitkin 
East- Windsor, Joel Ho kins, Roswell Gran* 
Enfield, John Taylor, El am O. Potter 
Farmington, Thomas S. Day, Ozem Woodruff 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Hale, Sylvester Puisiver 
Gr*nby, A- Robins, Pliny Hillyer 
Hartland, Phinens Coe, Timothy Coe 
Marlborough, Joel Foot 
Simsbury, George Cornish, C. Humphrey 
Soutkington, Roswell Moore, Ichabod Fri«bi« 
Suffield, Oliver Granger, Martin Sheldon 
Wethersfield, E. P. Belden, Joseph Bulkley 
Windsor, Eli Wilson, Reuben Barker 
New-Haven, Charles Denison, J. Mcrrinaaji 
Branford, Eli Fowler, Jonathan Rose, 2d 
Cheshire, Andrew Hull, jr. G, G. Norton 
Derby, Qayid Humphreys 
East-Haven, Amos Bradley 
Guilford, Augustus Collins*! Nathaniel Griffirg 
Hamden, Amasa Bradley 
Meriden , Theophilus Hall 
Middleburv, Eli Bronson 
Milford, Benjamin Bull, Elias Clark 
Nerthi-Haven, Daniel Pierpoat 
Oxford, David Tonsliason 
South QU? y, Joel Crane 

Wallingford, Benajah Johnson, Augustus Csek 
Waterbury, J. Kingsbury, Truman Porter 
Wolcott ? Isaac Broason 



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A^oodbridge, Justus Thomas, David Thomas 
> NfcW-LoNBON, George Hallam, Jacob B. Gurlef 

tfo* wieh. Lara Lathrop, Nathaniel Shipnian 

Bozrah, Over M'Call 

Coichester, Daniel Watrous, David Deraing 
} Frankting. Eleazer Tracy 

lb rot on, No) -es» Barber, Seth Williams 

Lisbon, Freeman Tracy 

Lv rac, Charles Griswold, Calvin Selden 

Montville, David Turner 

North-Stonington , Thomas Wheeler, E. S. Palmer 

'Preston, John Morgan, jr. Charles Fanning 

Stonington, William Randall, Peleg Denison 

iWaterford, Isaac Friok 

[Fairfield, S. Rowland S. B. Sherwood 

Uanburv, Samuel Wildman, Elijah Sanford 

jBrookfield, Daniel Tomlinson 

Greenwich, Isaac How, Silas Davis 

Huntington, Lemuel Judson, Nehemiah Gray 

N< w-Canaan, Samuel St. John 

New-Fairfield, S. B. Barnum 

Newtown, John Sanford, Timothy Shepard 

Nor walk, Thomas Reed, Benjamin Isaacs 

Redding, Lemuel Sanford, Samuel Whiting 

Ridgefield, Nathan Smith, Samuel Stebbins 

Sherman, Gamaliel B. Giddings 

Stamford, John Weed, jr. Simeon H. Minor 

Stratford, Victory Wetmore, Salmon Hubbeft 

Trumbull, Daniel Wakely 

Weston, Joseph Bennet, Jeremiah Osborn 

Wilton, Matthew Marvin 

Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Jabez Clark 

Ashford, David Sears, William Perkins 

Brooklyn, Joseph Scarborough, 2d 

Canterbury, Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse 

Columbia, Samuel West, jr. 

Hampton, Ebenezer Griffin 

Killiugly, Luther iVarren, Alexander Gasten 

Lebanon, William Huntington, jr. J. F. Mason 

Mansfield, Znlmon Storrs, Royal Storrs 



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Pomtret, Svlvanss Backus, Lemuel Ingalls 

Sterling, Natnaniol Ci-iltup 

Thompson, Tnaddeus Learned, Noadiah Russell 

Voluntuwn* Samuel Robins 

VV '.-odstock, Jedediah Kimball, William Child 

Litchfield, A Smith, Morris Woodruff 

Baikharns-tead, John Merrill, Josiah M. Hart 

Bet Mem, George D Kasson 

Canaan, John Holabird, John Elmore 

Cok brook, Samuel Mills, Martin Rockwell 

Cornwall* Oliver Burhham, Noah Rogers 

Goshen, Adino Hale, Theodore North , 

Harwington* James Brace, Benjamin Griswold 

Kent, Hopson Pratt 

New-Hartford, Chaurreey Seymour, Thomas Lee 

New-Milfoid,.D. S Boardman, R. Warner 

Norfolk, Eleazer Holt, Augustus Pettibone 

Plymouth, Lake Potter 

Roxbury, Eiihu Can field 

Salisbury, Peter Farnam, Lot Norton 

Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Samuel E. Everett 

Torrington, Erastus Hodges, TUaddeus Griswok! 

Warren, Homer backett 

Washington, I). N. Brinsmade, J. N. Gunn 

Water town* Garrit Smith 

Winchester, Phineas Miner, James Boyd 

Woodbury, Nathaniel Bacon, John Strong, jr. 

Middletown, Elijah Hubbard, S. Wetmore 

Chatham, Asahel H. Strong, Jesse Hurd 

Durham, Abner Newton, John Butler 

East-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, S. Chapman 

Haddam, Ezra Brainard, Jonathan Huntington 

Kiliingw.orth, George Elliott, Dan Lane 

Saybrook, Samuel Willi uns, A, Whittlesey i 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Elisha Stearns 

Bolton, 13 an i el Lord 

Coventry, Dank! Kurnnp, Elisha Edge: ton 

Ellington, Levi Wells 

Hebron, Sawyer Ellis, Roger Fu'.ler 

Somers, Benjamin Phelps, Calvin Pitkin 

Staffed, Calvin Kd.scn. Daniel Peck 



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Union, Robert Paul, Nathaniel Chap'm 
Vernon, Phineas Talcott 
Willington, Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walker 

— ii 

OCTOBER SESSION. 

Sylvanus Backus, esq. Speaker. 
Charles Denison, and Jacob B. Guriey, esq's. Clerks 
Hartford, John Caldwell, T. S. Williams 
Berlin, Seth Cowles, Daniel Dunbar 
Bristol, Encs Ives 
Burlington, Bliss Hart 
Canton, James Humphreys 
East-Hartford, Shub. Griswold, Z. Bid well 
E. Windsor, J. Stoughton, jr. E.b. Haskell 
Enfield John Taylor, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, Thos S. Day,Ozem Woodruff 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Hale, Sylvester Pulsiver 
Granby, Appleton Rabbins, J, R. Jewett 
Hartland, Philander Humphrey, Timo. Coe 
Marlborough, Elisha Buell 
Simsbury, Oliver Phelps, Joseph Goodwin 
Southington. Roswell Moore, R. Whktlesey 
Suffield, Oliver Granger, Martin Sheldon 
Wethersfield, E. P. Belden, Joseph Buckley- 
Windsor, Reuben Barker, Levi Hayden 
New-Haven, Chs. Den i sen, Tho. Painter 
Branford, EU Fowler, John Rose 
Cheshire, Andrew Hull, jr. G. G. Norton 
Derby, David Humphreys 
East-Haven, Amos Bradlev 
Guilford, Aug. Collins, Nath'I GrifEng 
Hamden, Amasa Bradley 
Meriden, John Hall 
Middlebury, Eli Bronson 
"Miiliord, Benjamin Bull,. Samuel B. Guns 
North-Haven, Daniel Pierpont 
Oxford, Justus C-mdee 
Southbury, Nathan Curtiss 
Wallingford, Benajah Johnson, Aug. Cook 
3 



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Waterbury, L Kingsbury, Truman Porter 

Wplcott, Isaac Bronson 

Woodbridge, JustusThomas, David Thomas 

NKw-hoNDOi^Geo, Hallam, J. H Gurley 

Korwlch, NathlShipmam Joseph Williams 

Bozrah, Asa Fitch 

Colchester, Dan'l Watrous, Benj. Trumbull 

Franklin,, Dudley Tracy 

Groton, Noyes Barber, Seth Williams - 

i uiiiboii, Freeman Tracy 

Lyme, Nathaniel Matson., Selden Warner 

Montville, David Turner 

North^Stonington, P. iiewett,G. Billings 

Preston, Stephen Meech, Nathan Geer 
Stonington, Amos Denison, Amos Gallup 
Waterford, William Eldridge 
Fairfield* S. Rowland, S. B. Sherwood 
Danbury, Sam'l H, Phillips, Phin's Taylor 
3>rookfield, Riverius Hawley 
Greenwich, E Lock wood. David D. Hustecl 
Huntington, Eph'm Sherwood, Jos. Shelton 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
New-Fairfield, Abel Gregory 
Newtown, Asa Chapman, Timo. Shepard 
Norwalk, Benjamin Isaacs, MosesW. Read 
Ke&ding, Samuel Sanford, Sam'l Whiting 
RidgeBeld, Nathan Smith, Samuel Stebbins 
Sherman, Levi Hubbell 
Stamford, Isaac Lockwood, jr. John Augur 
Stratford, ElijahUfford,jr. Daniel Sterling. 
Trumbull, Samuel Gregory 
Weston, Jeremiah Osborn/Steph'n Gregory 
Wilton, D avid Iieklen 
Windham, Hezekiah Ripley, Jaeez Clark 
Ash to rd 5 David Sears, Thomas Dow . 
Lrooklyn, Joseph Scarborough, 2d 
Canterbury, Rufus Adams, Peter Morse 
Columbia, Samuel West. jr. 
II i r D p t o 1 , Eb e ; \ e z e r G r i ffi p 



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willingly* Joseph Buck, Alexander Gaston 
ifans&ekli Royal Storrs, Salmon Storrs 
.ebanon, Zabdiel Hyde, Wra. Williams 
^lainiield, Joseph Eaton, Benjamin Bacon 
J omfret, Sylvanus Backus, Lend. Ingalls 
Sterling, Dyer Ames 

Thompson, Noadiah Russell, Geo. Learned 
Vbluntown, Sterry Kinne 
Woodstock, Willard Child, Elias Child, 2d 
Litchfield, x\. Smith, Morris Woodruff- 
I3arkhamsted,J. Merrils, Moses Hayden, 
B*thlem, Leverctt Judd 
Canaan, John Elmore, John Hurlbut 
Colebrook, Nathan Bass, Seth Marshall 
Cornwall, Reuben Fox, Oliver Burnhan* 
jGoshen, Adino Kale, Theodore North 
rfarwinton, Cyprian Webster, E. Cay lord 
Kent, Hopson Pratt 

New-Hartford, C. Seymour, W 7 m. Cook 
New-Miiford, D. S. Boardman, W. Taylor 
Norfolk, Eleazer Holt, Augustus Fettibone 
Plymouth,: Lake Potter 
Roxbury, Miles Bishop 
^Salisbury, Martin Strong, Eliph. Whittlesey 
Sharon, Cyrus Swan, Sam'l E. Everett 
Torrington, Erastns Hodges, John Gillet, jr. 
Warren, Salmon Bronson 
Washington, D. N. Brinsmade, DAVhittlesey 
Watertown, Garrit Smith 
Winchester, Phinehas Miner, Jos. Holmes 
Woodbury, Nathan Preston, Nath'l Perry 
Middletown, E. Hubbard, S. Wetmor'e 
Chathawi, Asa'! H. Strong, David Churchill 
Durham, Dan Parmeiee, Guernsey Bates 
East-Haddam, Eliph. Holmes, S Chapman 
Haddam, Ezra Brainard, Timothy Chapman 



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Bolton, Ichabcd M. Warner 
Coventry, Ijildad Curtis, Daniel Burnap 
Ellington. Levi Wells 
Hebron, Dnvid Norton, John T. Peters 
Somers, Benjamin Phelps, Calvin Pitkin 
Stafford, Samuel Willard, Joseph Ellis 
Union, Samuel Paul, Samuel Crawford, jr. 
Vernon, Phinehas Talcott 
Willington, Zebulon Crocker, CalebVValker 

NOMINATIONS. 

The following persons were chosen- by the 

Freemen of this State in September 1813, to 

stand in Nomination for Assistants, to be 

chosenin- April, 1814. Votes 

Hon. Asher Miller 7,103 

Hon. Aaron Austin 7,055 

Hon. Jonathan Brace 7,6 9 

Hon. EDzur Goodrich 7,738 

Hon, Matthew Griswold 7,7&2 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer 7,642 

Hon. Hinry Champion 7,782 

Hon. Calvin Goddard 7,938 

Hon. Judson Canfield 7,545 

Hon. Theodore Dwirfit 7,877 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott . 7,662 

Roger M. Sherman, esq. 7.655 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq. 7.1(0 

Shubael Griswold, esq. 6 998 

Noah B. Benedict, esq. 6.907 

Asa Chapman, esq. 6,649 

William Perkins, esq, 6/231 

Jonathan Barnes, esq* 6,134 

Elias Perkins, esq. 5,910 

Panic! Putnam, esq. 5,86S 



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The following persons were chosen in 
April, 1812, to stand in Nomination for 
Members of Congress for the period of 
two years from that time. 



Hon. John Davenport, jr. 
Hon. Benjamin Talmadge 
Hon* Timothv Pitkin 
Hon.Jonathan'O.Moseley 
Hon. Lewis B. Sturges 
Hon. Epaph. Champion 
Hon. Lyman Law 
Nathan Smith, esq. 
Samuel B. Sherwood, e: 



* Removed out of the State* 



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Sylvanns Backus, esq. 
Ebenezer Huntington, e: q. 
Nathaniel Tern, esq. 
John Caldwell, esq. 
James Gould, esq. 
Uriel Holmes, esq. 
Noah Webster, jr. esq.* 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq. 
Asa Bacon, esq. 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT. 
/JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT* 

Hon. Stephen M. Mitchell, esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve I Hon. Nath'l Smith 
Zeph. Swift | 3. G. Bvainard 

John Trumbull j Simeon Baldwin 

Wm.Edmond, esq's. | Jona. Ingersoll, esq's 

Allotment of Judges to the Circuits from 
June 1843, to June 1914. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit. — Judges Reeve, Edmcnd and 
Smith ; except Chief Justice Mitchell at New-Lon- 
don, in the place of Jud^e Retve. 

Middle Circuit*— fudges Swift, Brainerd, and 
Baldwin. 



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Western Circuit — Chief Justice Mitchell, a I 
Judges Trumbull and Ingersoll, except Judge Reel 
at Fairfield, in the place of Chief Justice Mitchell. | 

WINTER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit. -~ Judges Swift, Edmond ar 
Brainerd. 

Middle Circuit.— Judges Reeve, Trumbull an 
Ingersoll, except Chief Justice Mitchell at Haddam,i 
the place of Judge Reeve. 

Western Circuit— Chief Justice Mitchell, and Judge 
Smith and Baldwin, except Judge Reeve, at JFair&eL 
in the place of Chief Justice Mitchell. 



COUNTY OF HAR TFORD. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Judge 
Pliny Hillyer, John Mix, Samuel" Woodruff, jun 
Henry Terry, esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq. clerk and treasurer, and clerl 
of the Superior Court* 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACEi 

Hartford— Jonathan Bull, William Moseley, Na 
thanie! ! Terry, Enoch Perkins, Ephraim Root, An 
drew Kingsbury, John Caldwell, Amasa Keyes, Tho 
mas Chester, Elisha Colt, Jonathan W. Edwards 
John Morgan, Richard L. Skinner, Thomas S. Wil 
iiams, Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, John M. Gan 
nett, Elisha Mix, esquires. 

Berlin.— AmOs Hosford, James North, Elijal 
Hooker, Daniel Dunbar, David Webster, Rogei 
Norton, EzraScovil, David Whittlesey, esquires. 

Bristol, — Enos Ives, Bryan Hooker, esquires. 

Burlington. —-Abraham Tettibone, Simeon Kaft 
Bliss Hart, esquires. 

Canton.— Ezra Adams, Solomon Everest James 

&Ta-inrYT->VM»*»vTc ocn 



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East 'Hartford.— Samuel Flag£, George Grisv>oitl, 
Shu'*ael Gnswoid, Sauuicl Pitkin, Timothy Hall, 
Johr Olds, Theodore Pitkin, esquires. 

East-lVmdsor.—RiSwtiYi Grant, Caleb lWth, 
Charles Jencks, John Stoughtcn. jum Timothy Eiis- 
worth, Jonathan Bai tlett, Joel fioikins, esquires. 

Jfcv fie Id.— Henry Terry, John Taylor, Elam O. 
rotter, William l)ixon, esquires. 

Farmtngton* — John Tread well, John Mix, Timo- 
thy Pitkin. Ro'ger Hooker, Ezekiel Cowles. Samuel 
Cowls, Thomas S Day, George Norton* esquires. 

Glastenburv. —Philip Seller, Zephanifih H.Staith, 
Elisha Hale, Pardon Brown, esquires 

Granby* — Pliny Hillyer, Judah Holcomb, Andrew 
Hillyer, HezekiaU Holcomb, Samuel Wood ruff, jun, 
Joseph Cornish, Nathaniel Pratt, Caleb Merriman, 
csjuires. 

Hart land '.—John Treat, Philander Humphreys, 
Abiather Newton, esquires. 

''Marlborough* — Israel Foote, Joel Foot, esquires. 

Siimbury.— Calvin Barber, Campbell Humphrey, 
John Bestor, William Mather, Timothy Goodwin, 
"Benjamin Ely, esquires. 

Southing ton.— Roger Whittlesey, Ros well Moore, 
Ichabod C.Frisbie, esquires 

Nuffield. ->- Asahel Hatheway, Joseph Austin, John 
W, Henchett, William' Gay, Godfrey Scarborough, 
♦Oliver Pease, esquires. 

Wethers field, —Joseph Bulkley, Jolm Williams, 
Ezekiel P. Belden, Martin Kellogg, jun. esquires. 

Windsor. — Roger Newberry, Oliver Mather, A- 
biel Griswold, Isaac Owen, jun. Edwarti SeTden, 
Elihu Mills, JohnSargeant, Luther Fitch, Ezra Hay- 
den, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATT GREETS. 

Enoch Perkins, esq. State Attorney. 
Hartford. Wm, Moseley, Enoch Perkins, Theo- 
dore Dwrigkt, Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Hunting- 



ton, Jonathan W. Edwards, Thomas S. William:! 
Walter Mitchell, Ichabod L. Skinner, Thomas Hunl 
tington,jr. Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Narhail ] 
Johnson, Jonathan Law, John M. Gannett, Sheldoik 
W. Candee, Charles Moseley. Shubael F. Griswoldl 
Samuel Root, Noah Ac Phelps, Daniel Miller, Will 
liam W. Ellsworth, Elizur Goodrich, jun. Ralphj 
Wells, esq 'rs. 

Berlin. Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews, esq'sj 
East-Hartford* Ralph R. Phelps, esq. 
East-Windsor. Sherman Everest^ Samuel P, 
Waldo, Sidney A, Grant, esq'rs. 
Enfield. William Dixon, Lor rain T. Pea*e, esq's* 
Farmington. Timothy Pitkin, Samuel Cowls, 
!Lemuel Whitman, esq's. 

Glastenbury. Zeph. H. Smith, Sam'i Strong, esq's 
Granby. Thomas Holcomb, Andrew D. Hillyer, 
Grove ^ Griswold, James H. Smith, Silas Higley, 
Frederick W. Jewett, esquires 

Simsbury. Sereno Pettibone, Elisha Phelps, esq's 
Southington. Roger Whittlesey, Samuel Ii. Wood- 
ruff, esquires 

Suffield. William Gay, Seth Parsons, Godfrey- 
Scarborough, John Milton Niles, esquires 

Wethers field. John Williams, Samuel Pettes, 
As-her Robbins, esquires 

fiindsor. John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, 
Henry L. Ellsworth, esquires 

Stephen Chester, esq. tVethersfield, Sheriff. 
Defiuty-Sheriffs— Titus L. Bissell, Horace Wads- 
worth, Edward Moore, Hartford— Daniel Abbey, j'r 
Enfield — Ezekiel Cowles, Farmington — Joshua Jl. 
Jewett, Granby — Jonathan Pomeroy, jr. Suffield — 
Elihu Drake, Windsor-z-lLzek.iel W. Mills, Simsbu* 
ry— Chester Wells, East-Hartford 

Theodore Hillyer, Hartford, Gaoler. 



"iiTinnn^^ffiWi 



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COUNTY O F NE W-HAVEN. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Elizu'r Goodrich, Judge 
John Kingsbury, Nathaniel Griffing, Dyer White, 
'iknnet Bronson, esquires 

Henry Daggett, "esq.. Treasurer 
John II. Lynde, esq, CJtrk 
Dyer White, esq. Clerk of Superior Court 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

A CW- Haven— Henry. Daggett, James Hillhouse, 
Dyer White. Joseph Darling. Nathan .Smith, Elisha 
MODfeon, William Hillhouse, Charles Denison, /Eneas 
Munson, jr. Stephen Twining, Setii 3P* Staples, Elea 



mson, jr. Stephen Twining, 
• Fester, Gideon Kimberly, 



■ 



z.er roster, u-iaepn J^imperjy, esquires 

£ra?2fbrc!-rrQ\ chard Gould , James Barker, Benja- 
min Page., holome.n Linsley, Josiah J. Linsley, cq's 

Cheshire— Bur rage Beach, David Badger, Thomas'; 
1-. Cornwall, e&qiiirci 

Derby— 'John Humphreys, Levi Tcjnlinson, A.masa 
Porter, Ph'ilo Basset, Car lii Id Gillett, I)av;d Hum- 
phreys, esquires 

East-Haven— Josiah Bradley, Enos Hemingway, 
Stephen W 7 oodward, esquires 

Guilford — Augustus Collins, Miles Murder, Jona. 
Todd,'Henry Hill, Nathan Chidsey, Daniel Hand, jr. 
Nathaniel GrifTme, Abraham Chittenden, Samuel 
Robinson, Samuel Fovrler, esquires, 

ffamden— John Hubbard, Eli Whitney, Elam 
Ives, esquires 

Aleriden—'Zerws Mitchell, Asaph'Merriman,Jarcd 
Benham, Benajah. Andrews, enquires 

MidLlliburij—Dw\& Thompson, Nathaniel Rich- 
ardson, esquires 

Milford — Elias Clark, Benjamin Bull, William 
Durnnd, Samuel B. Gunn, Elijah Bryan, enquires 

Aorih-Havcn — Josh. Barnes, Peter Eastman, esq's 

Oxford— David Torolinson, Abel Wheeler, Timo- 
thy Candee, esquires 



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PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

John Beach, Sophos Staple Sire* P '* InSerSC "' 
OjMAw-Burmge Beach, esq , 

IjSSKJ^S^! SheId - C - Curtis, John L. 
Gutltord— William Todd, esq 
fe rf !T~^ eKi y ah Andrews" 'esq. 

O^^-Isaac M. Wales, esq 
tis^* y e75;.r ln Stii «'^-on Hinman.Cu, 

..Benjamin R. Fowler, ,V gg ,.// flT , CT Gao!ei% 



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COUNTY OF NEW -LONDON. 

COUNTY COURT. 

hon. Elias Perkins, Judge. 
Hon. Matthew Griswold | Nathaniel Shipman,esq 
hon. Henry Champion j Luther Spalding, esq 

hon. Matthew Griswold, Treasurer. 
Charles Lathrop, esq* Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

c ^- 1216998 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

A'ew-London—liAi'ds Perkins, Jonathan Starr, Guy 
Richards, Lyman Law, Jacob B Gurley, William P. 
Gleaveland, William Williams, Jirah Isham, Ebene- 
zer Learned, Edward Hallam, esquires 

Norwich— E^sha Hyde, Andrew Huntington, An- 
drew Perkins, James Lanman, Erastus Huntington, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Jabez Huntington, Luther Spal- 
ding, Simeon Thomas, Joseph William. James Sted- 
man, Zacheriah Huntington, Benjamin snow, esq'rs 

J3ozrah—As& Wood rough, Asa Fitch, J. Hough,esq's 

Colchester, John Isham, John R. Watrous, Joel 
Worthington, Roger Bulkley, Asa, Bigelow, Benjamin 
Trumbull, Samuel A Peters, Asa Newton, seth La- 
throp, Aristarchus Champion, esquires 

Franklin- — Eli Hyde, Silas Hartshorne, Eleazer 
Tracy, Oliver Johnson, esquires. 

Groton. — Amos Geer, Ebenezer Avery, jr. Ralph 
Hurlbut, Christopher Morgan, Ebenezer Morgan, 
John O. Miner, Isaac Gallup, Daniel Eldridge, Chris- 
topher Lester, esquires. 

JLitibon—*- Levi Perkins, Elisha Morgan, William 
Adams, esquires. 

Lyme. — Moses Warren, Calvin Selden* SeJden 
Warner, Richard M'Curdy, Seth Ely,William Noyes, 
Seth Smith, Reroick Wait, Henry Perkins, Nathaniel 
Matson, Josiah G. Ely, Charles Griswold, esquires. 

Montv'tlie. — Daniel F. Raymond, Jared Comstock, 
David Turner, Jacob Loomis, John Smith, 2d. Asahel 
Otis, esquires. 



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A orth-btonington* —Stephen Avery ,Thomas Pr< 
tice, Elias He wit, Nathan Pendleton, Thomas \ 
Hall, esquires. 

Preston. — Jeremiah Halsey, Charles Fanning, S| 
lornon Gideons, Jonah Witter, Moses Lester, JoJ 
Tyler, Stephen Meech, Elijah Lester, Jared GalluU 
Walter Palmer,, esquires. 

Stonimgton. — Nathaniel Miner,' Coddington Bi| 
lings, Isaac Williams, 2d. William Randall, Par 
Williams, Joseph Smith, William Robenson, esquire 

Waterfbrd. — George Williams, Daniel h. Cauikin 
William Moore, 4ch. John S. Miller, esquires, 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

HOn. Calvin Goddard, State Attorney. 

A* eiv- London.— Lyman La >v, Jacob B. Gurle\ 
William P. Cleaveiand, Jirah Isham, Ebeneze 
Learned, William F Brainard, Lodowick Fosdicl 
fcsquires. 

tforwich.— Elisha Hyde, Calvin Goddard, Jame 
Lanman, John Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Sted 
man, George Perkins, George D. Hill, Roswell Moi 
gan, Jonathan -G,W. Trumbull, Henry Strong, Henr 
W. Rogers, esquires. 

Colchester. -^-Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Pi 
ters, esquires. 

Lyme.— Richard M'Curdy, Henry M. War 
'Ch rides GrUwold, esquires. 

Preston.— Jeremiah Halsey, Elias Brown, esquire 

Stonington. — Coddington Billings, George Hut 
barAs esquires. 

Joshua H antington, esq. Norwich, Sheriff. 

Denu! /- y/j6*r/$\v— Hezekiah Goddard, Ephrair 
Cneesb Hough, \eiv-- London — Bela Peck, Shuba< 
Breed, Norwich* Solomon Scovil, Cuichsstef- vvs 
truus Bsckwnh, Lyme. Paultfabcock, Stoningtoi 
l&ct va ah S. Halsey, Preston, 

Gaolers. John Jackson, A cw- London. 
Aug ustiii i *athrop, A orwich. 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Nathan Wheeler, esq. Judge. 
Joseph Silliman, esq, | Daniel B. Cook, esq. 

| Ebenezer Davenpoi t, esq. 



Lewis B. Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
M David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court 



arJ 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield— Samuel B» Sherwood, Lewis B. Sturges, 
David Judah, Samuel Rowland, Roger M. Sherman, 
Ebenezer Banks, Israel Bibbins, Hull Bradley, Ed- 
mund Burr, Aaron Sherwood, Eliphalet Swift, esq's 

Banbury— Joseph ?, Cook, Daniel B. Cook, Thorn - 
as Taylor, Matthew B. Whittlesey, Daniel N. Car- 
rington, David Foot, Comfort Koyt, Moses Hatch, 
Andrew Beers, Samuel Taylor, Benjamin Heyt, jr. 
Alanson Hamlin, esquires 

Brookfield— Live i us Haw ley, Colby Chamberlain, 
Daniel Tomlinson, John Northrop, Heman Birch.esq's 
j Greenwich — Ebenezer Mead, Gilbert Close, Da- 
vid Wood, Jabez Mead, William Knapp, Elisha Bel- 
cher, esquires 

Huntington — Diodate Sillirna'n, John Curtiss, Abel 
French, Ebenezer Beardsley, Lemuel Judson, Elisha 
T Mills, Agur Clark, Levi* Hull, esquires 

Aew-Canaan-* Joseph Silliman, Isaac Richards, 
Eliphalet St. John, esquires 

Aew-Fair/tcld-^Joseph Bearse^ David Lane, esq's 

Aewtown — Samuel C- Blackman, Asa Chapman, 
Zachariah Ferris, Timothy Shepard, Ebenezer Tur- 
ner, Joseph Nichols, esquires 

Aorwalk — Jonathan Knight, Hezekiah Javvis, Lew- 
is Raymond, Henry Belden, Barnabas Marvin, Clark 
Bissel, William St. John, Setli Taylor, esquires 

Redding— William Heron, Lemuel Sanford, Peter 
San ford, Samuel Whiting, esquires 

Ridgeield— Nathan Smith, Samuel Stebbins, Job 
4 



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Smith, Timothy Kcelcr, jr. Jared Olmsted, Jacol 
Dauchy, Philander Camp, esquires 

Stamford — Reuben Scofield, John Davenport, jr, 
Jibenezer Davenport, Nathan Weed, Samuel Webb 
Joseph Wood, Benjamin F. Shelton, esquires 

Stratford — Jabez H. Tomlinson, Samuel W. John- 
son, ^Joseph Backus, Victory Wetmore, Elijah Uf- 
ibrd jr. * William Peet, *Lambert Lockwood, *Eze- 
kiei Hubbeil, Richard P. Nichols, Charles M'Ewen, 
esquires 

Sherman— Stephen Barns, Gamaliel B. Giddings ? 
Levi Huhbell, esquires 

Trumbull — Lewis Burton, David Seeley, Stephen 
Middlebrook, Judson Curtiss, esquires. 

Weston — Nathan Wheeler, Jeremiah Rowland, 
Squier Adams, Isaac Bennet, Walker Sberwood',esq's 

Wilton— Matthew Marvin, Thaddeus Mead, Za» 
dock Raymond, esquires 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Samuel B, Sherwood, esq. State Attorney, 

Fairfield— David Burr, Samuel B. Sherwood, Sam- 
uel Rowland, Roger M. Sherman, Daniel Wake- 
man, Gideon Tomlinson, Eliphalet Swift, Josiah M. 
Minor, esquires 

Dan b ur~u— Matthew B. Whittlesey, Moses Hatch, 
Alanson Hamlin, esquires 

Brookfield — Heman Birch, esq 

Greenwich — Timothy Walker, esq 

Huntington — Elisha Mills, jr. esq 

Newtown — Asa Chapman, bamuel C. Elackmanj 
Timothy Shepard, esquires 

Aorwalk— Taylor Sherman, Clark Bissel, Thad- 
deus Betts, esquires 

Stamford— Simeon H. Miner, Joseph Wood, Ben- 
jamin F. Shelton, esquires 

Stratford — *Joseph Backus, Robert Fairchild, 
Charles' M'Ewen, esquires 

* Residing in the Borough of Bridgeport* 



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Trumbull— Amos H. Wheeler, esq 

Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Fairfield, Sheriff. 
Deputy -Sheriff* —John v,. Allen, Fairfieto±»$!xm- 
uel Wildman,jr. Banbury— Herman Warner, A eve* 
fowrc— -David Bott, Aorwalk — Aaron Morehouse, 
Redding— Joseph Gray, Stamford— John Thompson, 
Stratford— Ezra Gregory,, Bridgeport. 

Matthew Curtis, jr. Danbury, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Grosvknob, Judge. 
Hezekiah Ripley, esq | James Gordon, )r. esq 
Lemuel Ingals, esq | Ruius Adams, tsq 

Hezekiah Ripley, esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, tsq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 
Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham— Ebenezer Devotion, Hezekiah Ripley, 
Samuel Gray, Jabez Clark, Samuel Perkins, Phillip 
Howard, David Young, Zebecliah Tracy, esquires 

Aahford — Abel Simmons,/ William Walker, Josiah 
Byles, William Perkins, Benjamin Bcsworth, esq'rs 

Brooklyn — Joseph Scarborough, John Parish, Ro- 
ger W. Williams, Daniel Putnam, esquires 

Canterbury — Daniel Frost, Luther Paine, Asa 
Butts, Asa Bacon, Isaac Backus, Rufus Adams, An- 
drew T. Judson, esquires 

Columbia?— As-dhzi Clark, Isaac Ticknor, Samuel 
Bliss, esquires 

iga ?n/u or— Phillip Pearl, James Burnett, Ebenezer 
Griflfing, Joseph Prentice, esquires 

Killingly — Samson fiowe, James Danielson, Ezra 
Hutchins, Joseph Adams, Joel Day, Anthony Brown, 
esquires 

Lebanon— F*]Qg Thomas, Thaddetes Clark, Wil- 



yev 



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Hum T* Williams, Eliphalet Metcalf, Charles La 
ihrop, Peleg Thomas, jr. Asahel Dewey ; esquires 

Man.«/I-eld--Y vederick Freeman, John Salter, Bar^ 
ssillai Swift, Miner Grant, Royal Storrs, Zalmoi 
Storrs, enquires 

Plainjield — James Gordon, Anthony Bradford, Jo- 
seph Eaton, John Douglass, John Lester, James Gor« 
don, jr- esquires 

Pom/ret — Thomas Grosvenor, Lemuel Ingals,' 
Lemuel Grosvenor, Ebenezer Kingsbury, Sylvanus 
Backus, Johri Hoibrook, John H. Pay son, esquires 

Sterling — John Wylie, Thomas Backus, Dy< 
Ames, Richard Kurlingame, esquires 

Thompson — Thaddeus Learned, Noadiah Russell, 
» George Learned, John Jacobs, jr. David A. Phipps, 
Simon Davis, jr. esquires 

Voluntown — Allyn Campbell, James Alexander, 
John Wylie, esquires 

Woodstock— t&m M'CIellan, John Fox, Nehemiah 
Child, Ebenezer Smith, Jonathan Morse, Ebenezer 
Stoddard, Nathaniel M'CIellan, esquires 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS* 

Jabez Clark, esq. State Attorney. 
Windham— Jahez Clark/Samuel Perkins, Phillip 
Howard, David Young, John Baldwin, John Fitch, 
esquires 

./!$/) ford — William Perkins, David Bolles, esquires 
Brooklyn — John Parish; Daniel Ktes, esquires 
Canter bur y—Xw&ixx's T. Judson, Daniel Frost, jr. 
esquires 

Columbia, Asahel Clark, asq 
Hamfuon —Joseph Prentice, esq 
Xillinghj— Ebenezer Young, esq 
Lebanon— VVilHAm T. Williams, esq 
J'iqinfictd—loeeph Eaton, Job Monroe, esquires 
Pom fret— -Sylvanus Backus, John Hoibrook, Eben- 
ezer Grosvenor, esquires 
Thomfiw;! —George Learned, Simon Davis, esq'rs 



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ffaQ&tock--hhn M'Clcllan, Ebcr.ezer Sj^ddaid, 
acquires 

Henry Webb, esq. Windham, Sheriff. 

'UefiUty-Sheriffx.—tysXteY Hough, Canierbiiry-- 

H&ftn Gallup, Brooklyn — EHsfoa Gleason, Ptmfrei-~- 

lubbard Dutton, Lebanon— Eikenah C. Eaton, Plain- 

field — Rensselaer Childs, Woodstock— Comfort Gar- 

i jpenter, AshjorcL 

Samuel Dorrance, Windham, Gaoler* 

— «=»^>fl3»»- 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Aaron Austin, Judge. 
iDatid Smith, esq | Hon. Judson Car field 

JDaniel N. Brinsmacle,esq | Augustus Pattibone, esq 

Julius Deming, esq. Treasurer 

Hon. Frederick Wolcctt, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE* 

IJtcJiJield—Jzmes. Morris, Julius Deming, Uriel 
Holmes, Seth Landon, Nathan Bassett, Roger N. 
Whittlesey, Aaron Smith, James Gould, Peter Sher- 
man, Asa Bacon, jr. Levi Catlln, esquires 

Barkliamfistcad — Pelatiah Allyn, Gideon Mills, 
Moses Hayden, John Merrils, esquires 

Beihlem— David Bellamy, Eberezer Perkins, Billy 
Ambler, George D. Kasson, esquires 

Canaan — John Elmore, Silas Franklin, John Hola- 
birc$ Azariah Smith, esquires 

Colebrook — Elijah Rockwell, Samuel Mills, Reu- 
ben Rockwell, esquires 

Cornwall — Judah Kellogg, John Sedgwick, Oliver 
Burnham, Benjamin Gold, esquires 

Goshen — Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, jr. William 
Stanley, jr. Theodore North, esquires 

Bar nvinton— James Brace, Lewis Catlin. Benja- 
min Griswold, Timothy Clark 3 esquires 



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Kent— Jalius Caswell, Matthew EUott, John Rai 
mond, esquires jj 

A ew- Hartford**- Abraham Kellogg, Roger Mill 
Chauncey Seymour, esquires 

A evj -Mil ford— Reuben Warner, Elisha Bostwicl 
Abijah Treat, David S. Boardman, Nathaniel Ta] 
lor, Abel Merwin, Ebenezer Smith, esquires 

Norfolk— Eleazer Holt, Augustus Pettibone, Bar, 
jamin Welch, Joseph Battell, Michael F. Mills, esq' 

Plymouth— -David Smith, Daniel Potter, Lake Pot 
ter, Calvin Butler, esquires 

Itoxbury—Cuvtis Ilurd, Elihu Canfield, Phinea: 
Smith, esquires 

Salisbury— Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling, Lot Nor- 
ton, Martin Stroag, John M. Holly, Eliphalet vVhit- 
tlesey, esquires 

Sharon — Augustus Taylor, Daniel St. John,. Calvin 
Gay, Samuel E. Everett, Oliver Kellogg, Cyrus 
Swan, Ansel Sterling, esquires 

1 or ring ton— Norman Griswold, William Battel!, 
Lyman Wetmore, Erastus Hodges, Russel-C. Aber- 
nethv, esquires 

Warren — John Tallmadge, Ebenezer Tanner, 
Benjamin Carter, Judah Eldred, esquires 

Tl ashingt on— Daniel N. Brinsmade, David Whit- 
tlesev, William Cogswell, Elijah Hazen, esquires 

Water town— Elijah Woodward, Charles Merri- 
marj, John H, D. Forest, esquires 

Whichester—EKphaz Alvord, Samuel Hurlbut, Sol- 
omon Rockwell, Phineas Minor, Joseph Miller, esq's 

Woodbury— Noah. B. Benedict, John Strong, jr. 
Matthew Minor, jr. Nathaniel Bacon, esquires 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Uriel Hol-mes, esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield— -Uriel Holmes, Aaron Smith, James 
Gould, Asa Bacon, jr. Seth P. Beers, Jabez W. H«tt- 
tington, Darius Lyman, esquires 

Bethlem—lozeph H. Bellamy, esq 



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Canaan— lolm Elmore; William M. Burrall, Har- 
jry W.Stevens, Reuben Hunt, esquires 
" Cornwall — George Wheaton, esq 

Goshen— Theodore North, esq 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perrv, Henry Stoddard, esq's 

Aew-Hartford-^Rogev Mills, Wm, G, William*, 
esquires 

Nevj-Milford — David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
Philo N. Heaccock, Charles L. Masters, Frederick 
Gunn, esquires 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, Birclsey Baldwin, Geo* 
B. Holt, esquires 

Plymouth— C^Win Butler, Stephen Shelton, esq'rs 

Roxbury— Royal R* Hinman, I's*aac Leavenworth, 
Esquires 

Salisbury— Eltsha Sterling, Martin Strong, Sam- 
uel Church, Ezra Jewell, esquires 

Sharon— Cyrm Swan, Ansel Sterling, esquires 

Torrington — •—**—- Humphrey, esq 

Washington -^William Cogswell, Edmund Rich- 
mond, esquires 

Water town — Koibrook Custiss, esq 

Winchester—- Phineas Miner, Joseph Miller, esq's 

WoodSury— Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Minor,jr. 
John Stronger. Charles B. Phelps, Joseph M. Par- 
mer, esquires 

John R. Langdon, esq, Litchfield, Sheriff. 

Dejiuty- Sheriffs >- William P. Russell, Litchfield. 
Samuel Comstock, New- Mil ford. Nathaniel Rob- 
bins, Aorfolk. Oliver Case, New- Hartford. Tim- 
othy Chittenden y Salisbury. Philo De Forest, Wood- 
bury. J. Calhoun, Cornwall* Linus Fenn, Ply- 
mouth. David Bird, Bethlem. John N. Gunn, 
Washington. 

Roger Cook, Litch field. Gaoler* 



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COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Judge. 



<$\ 



Eliphalct Holmes, esq. I Seth Overton, esq. 
William Morgan, esq. | Lemuel Storrs, esq. 

Seth Overton, esa. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court.l^ 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown— Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T. Rus-1 
sell, Nehemiah Hubbard, jr. Ebenezer Sage, William \ 
Plumb, Isaac Gridley, John Pratt, Ebenezer Roberts, I 
Elijah Hubbard,* Alexander Cojlins, Eli Coe, esq'rs 

Haddam — Ezra Brainard, Stephen Tibbils, Oliver 
Wells, Jonathan Huntington, Linus Parmelee, jr. 
esquires 

Chatham— Darnel Shepard, Seth Overton, Jiohn 
Parmelee, Daniel Clark, William Dixon, Asahel H. 
Strong, Cyrus Bill, Nathaniel Corn well, esquires 

Durham — Simeon Parsons, Dan Parmelee. Charles 
Coe, Guernsey Bates, Job Merwin, Jsaac Newton, 
Worthington Gv Chauneey, esquires 

j£ast-Hadda?Ji-^FA\])\i2L\et Holmes, Isaac Spencer, 
2d. Timothy Gates, 2d. Jonathan O. Moseley, Eben- 
ezer Holmes, John Brainard, Josiah Griffin, Israel 
Cone, William Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaac 
Chapman, esquires 

KUlingivorth — Job Wright, Abraham Pierson, 
Martin Lord, William Morgan, George Elliott, Dan 
Lane, Nathan Hull, Joel Griswold, Amaziah Bray, 
esquires 

Saybrook— Timothy Starky, William Hart, Jona- 
than Lay, Samuel Tully, Thomas Silliman, Samuel 
Hart, John Bull, Samuel Williams, John Stannard, 
Jonathan Warner, John Platts, Clark Nott, Joseph 
Hill, George W 3 Jewett, Richard Ely, jr. esquire* 



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PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Hon. Stephen T. Ho smer, state Attorney* 
Mi ddletown— Samuel W. Dana, Stephen T. Hos- 
iuer, Matthew T. Russell, Enoch Huntington, Alex- 
nder Collins, Elijah Hubbard, Cfaauncey Whittlesey, 
ievi H. Clarke, esquires 
Haddam — Linus Parmelee, jr. esq 
Chatham— Asahel H. Strong, esq 
East'Haddam— -Jonathan O. Moseley, Jared Spen- 
Jtjjcer, Epaphroditus Champion, jr. Nathan L. Foster, 
"Villiam Hungerford, esquires. 
KiUingwortb — Amaziah Bray, esq 
Saybrook— George W. Jewett, Eii Warner, Joseph 
Piatts, esquires 

Enoch Parsons, esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 
De/mty- Sheriffs — Asahel Loomis, Middleto%vn— 
Daniel Smith, liaddam. Che vers Brajnard, Ebene- 
zar Holmes, Ea&t-Haddam. Herman btarky, Say- 
brook. Jeremiah Taylor, Chatham. Achilles ft* 
Eliiot, Killmgworth. 

Daniel Smith, Kaddam, Gaoler* 

COUNTY^ OF TO LLAND, 

l COUNTY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Judge* 
Oliver King, esq I John Hall, esq 

David Hale, esq | Joel Jones, esq 

Ephraina Grant, esq. Treasurer and Clerk, and Clerk 
of Superior Court. 



justices of the peace. 

Tolland- Jonathan Barnes, labez Kingsbury, E»i« 
sha Stearns. Solomon Fuller, John Bliss, Judah Bliss, 
esquVres 

Bolton. Samuel Carver, Ichabod Warner, Saul 
Alvord, jr. Daniel Lord, esquires 

Coventry. Jesse Root, David Hale, Daniel Bur- 
nap, Nathan Howard, Elisha Edgerton, Jc&eph Tal- 
cott, esquires 



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Ellington. John Hall, Asa Willey, Robert HydR 
esquires f ., 

Hebron. Samuel Gilbert, Sylvester Gilbert, Joir ; 
Jones, Elijah House, John H. Wells, esquires W 

Vomers. Benjamin Phelps, Giles Pease, Calvil 6 ' 
Pitkin ,esquires 

Stafford. Ebenezer Gay, Samuel Willard, Danie 
Peck, Benning Mann, Calvin Edsom, esquires 

Vernon. Oliver King, Phiueas Talcott, esquires , 

Union. Samuel Crawford Abijah Sessions, Wm«j\ 
Foster, esquires 

Willington. Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walkeri 
Rhodolphus VVoodworth, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan Barnes, esq, State Attorney 
Tolland- Jonathan Barnes-, ftiisha Stearns, Calvin 
Willard, Alfred Smith, esquires- 
Boltan. Saul Alvord, jr. esq 
Coxtentry. Jeremiah Parish, esq 
JiUington. Asa Willey, esq 

Hebron. John T. Peters, Stuart Reebe, esquires 
Somem. Walter H. Kibbie, — - Caoiey, esq's 
Stafford. Benning Mann, Elisha Wales, esquires 
Willington. Rhodolphus Woodworth, enquire 

George O Gilbert, Hebron, Sheriff 
Deputy Sheriffs. Ariel Ladd, Tolland. Alloliab 
Johnson, Stafford. Dud lev B. Post, Bottom 
John H. Mack,- Tolland, Goaler. 

COURTS OF PROBATE, 

DISTRICTS JUDGES ' CLERKS 

Hartford Jonathan Brace James Wells 

A ew- Haven Eli zur Goodrich John H. Lynde 

Aew- London Matth. Griswoid Eben'r Learned 

Fairfield Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr 

Windham Hezekiah Ripley Samuel Gray 



Atchfield 

Iddletown 
lainfield 
lUtlford 
\ orfolk 
(Woodbury 
hamford 
Jp anbury 
East-Haddam 

Poinfret 

IS/iaron 

\Stafford 

Simsbury 

Sto?iington 

Farmington 

Wallingford 

tSaybrook 

Stratford 

East Windsor 

Walerbury 

JK or walk 

A ew- Mil ford 

Hebron 

Gran by 



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Fred'k Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
kufus Adams 
Henry Hill 



J. W. Huntington 

John Fisk 
Joseph Eaton 
William Todd 



Augus. Pettibone George B. Holt 
NoahB. BenedictMatth. Miner j'r 
E- Deavenport j'rA. Davenport 
Daniel B. Cook J. P. Cook j'r 
Isaac Spencer 2d Jared Spencer 
And. Huntington J. Huntington 
T- Grosvenor L. Grosvenor 
Elisha Sterling Wra. C. Sterling 
Jonathan Barnes Elisha Stearns 
Aaron Austin William Stone 
Cod. Billings Alex. G. Smith 
John Mix Martin Bull 

G. W. Stanley Joshua Atwater 
Jonathan Lay Dan Lane 
Sam'l W. Johnson Wm. Tomlinson 
Henry Teriy Elam 0. Potter 
John Kingsbury Bennet Bronson 
T. Sherman Wm. M. Betts 

D. S. Boardman W. W. Boardman 
Svlvester Gilbert Stuart Beebe 
Pliny Hillyer And'w D, Hillyer 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford 

J\ew- Haven 

Derby 
yiilford 
Wallingford 
J\ew-London 

Norwich 



C Enoch Perkins, Theodore DwiglrU 
I W r alter Mitchell 

C Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, John 
X H Lynde, Sereno E« Dwight 
John Humphreys, jun. 
David B. Ingersoll 
George W, Stanley 
L. Law. E. Leai ned, W. F. Broinard 
C James Lanman, James Stec'man. 
X Joseph WilHanas. 



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(Solchester Daniel Watrous 

Stonington Coddington Billings 

Lijme William Noyesj'r. 

Fairfield Lewis B. Sturges « 

Bridgeport Joseph Backus 

JSiorwalk Eliphalet Lock wood 

Windham Samuel Perkins 

Brooklyn John Parish* 

Woodstock Jedediah Morse 

Litchfield Frederick Wolcott 

Salisbury Elisha Sterling 

n/ijji^ C Stephen T. Hosmer, Matthew 1 

Mtddletown £ P Russel, Levi H. Clark 
Killing-worthy Amaziah Bray 
own i t \' c -jfiawwi 

TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTOR 

FOR 1814. 



TOWNS 

Ashford 

Barkhempstead 

Berlin 

Bethlem 

Bolton 

Bozrah 

Branford 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Burlington 

Brooklyn 

Canterbury 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 



CLERKS 

Josiah Byles 
John Meriil 
Roger Riley 
Samuel Church 
Daniel Lord 



COLLECTORS 

Elijah VV hi ton 
Jos'h Humphrey 
Erastus Sage 
Leverett Judd 
John Ruggles 



Asa Woodrough Gardner Avery 
Orchard Gould Rtuben Page 
Bryan Hooker Tracy Peck 
C Chamberlain Reserve Smith 
Simeon Hart Gad Fnsbie 
Sam* ScarboroughSamuel Dorranc< 
Daniel Frost Sam'lL. Hough 
Nathan Jenks James Fenn 
James Humphrey Abel Brown 
Ztbulon Penfiekl Nat' Markham j 
Rums Hitchcock Stephen Jarvis 
Elijah Rockwell Theron Rockwe 
Daniel Watrous John C. Bulkley 
Samuel Little Elam Loomis 



TOWNS, 

or n wall 

oventry 

anbury 
Derby 
Durham 
Sast-Haven 

,ast-Hartford 
Sast-Haddam 
Sast- Windsor 
[Ellington 
TjEnfield 

armington 
Fairfield 
Franklin 

IGflastenbury 
Goshen 
Granby 
Greenwich 
! Groton 
Guilfmd 
Ham den 
Had dam 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Ha r win ton 
Hebron 
Kent 

Kiliingworth 
Killingly 
Lebanon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield, 
Lyme 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Merriden 
Middkbury 



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CLERKS COLLECTORS 

William Kellogg Elias Hart. 
Nathan Howard E'.eazer Pomeroy 
lilias Starr Piatt Benedict 

John S.TomlinsonTruman Coe 
VV. G. Chauncey James Hicocks 
Bela Farnham Nathan Andrews 
Samuel Pitkin Ehhu Olmstead 
Timothy Gates j'r Rob. B. Chapman 
Aaron ftissell Select-Men 
Robert Hyde Willvs Russell 
Elam O. Potter Lott'Killam 
John Mix Asa Andrews 

Samuel Rowland Nathan Beer3 
Eli li-.rtshorne AlvanAbei 
John Hale Jonathan Wells 

AdinoHale Samuel Chapen 

Judah Holcomb Daniel Hays, jun. 
Jabez Fitch Ira Lockwcod 

Amos A. Niles Stephen Haley 
Samuel Fowler Ebe'r Walk!ey,j'r 
Russell Pierpoint Lewis Goodyear 
Smith Clarke Charles Arnold 
Eben'r Moseley James Utley 
Thomas Chester Josiah Beckwith 
Phinehas Coe Augustus Lane 
El j ah Gay lord Uriah Hopkins 
John S. Peters Sam'l Wright, j'r 
Dan. M. ComstokJohn Mills 
Abraham PiersonDarid Wright 
Luther Wan en Arba Covil, 
Elisha HutchinsonJames Pettice 
Jed. Buruham Roswell Adams 
Moses Seymour Joccb Kilbsurn 
Nath'i Matson Geo. Griswold,j'r 
Edm. Freeman Isarx Hovey 
David B. Ripley Joel Washburn 
Isaac Lewis Levi Yale 

L. Townsend Horace Brcnscf) 
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TOWNS 

Middletown 

IVlilford 

Montville 

New-Canaan 

New-Fairfield 

New-Hartford 

New-Haven 

New-London 

New-Milford 

Newtown 

North Haven 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

North StoningtonStephen Avery 

Oxford 

Piainfield 



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CLKRKS COLLECTORS) 

John Fisk Sylvester Wiic<| 

A. V. H. DeWittJo^eph Stone 



Azel Rogers 
-Sam'l St. John • 
Abel Gregory 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
David Coit 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 



George Allen 
Enos Weed 
Levi Bearse 
Matthew Gillet 3 
John Skinner 
Joseph Smith 
Philo Noble 
Rhesa Foot 



Plymouth 

Fomfret 

Preston 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

Roxbury 

Salisbury 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Snaiers 

Southingtoa 

Southbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

S=msbury 

Thompson 



Daniel Pierpoint John Abbott 
Aaron Boys Bushnell Knapp 

Jacob Osborn Adam Swan 
Philip Huntington Eben'r Hyde 3 j'r 

Ichabod Brown 
Hosea Dutton Elias Scott 
Squire Cady Lem. Wood ware 
Joseph A. Wrightlsaiah Doolittle 
T. M. GrosvenorDavid R .Warrei 
Joseph Staunton John T. Mott 
Jona* R. Sanford Benjamin Meeke 
Samuel Stebbins Thad. Olmsted 



Elihu Canfield 
Asa Hutchinson 
Clark Nott 
Samuel Canfield 



William Judson 
Alexander Lam 
Benjamin Helt 
Amos Beecher 



David Northrop Abel W. Stewar 
Jabez Collins Amar'h Kibbe ? j 5 
Lucas Curtis Lucas Curtis 
John Mcseley Richard Smith 
Samuel Blodget Rodolpltus Ladd 
Samuel Hoyt> j'r Isaac Bishop 
Pierce Smith Benj. Dow, j'r 
Jesse Deane Z. Cheesebro' 2 

Elijah U Morel, jr John Thompson 
Oliver Pease Samuel Kent 
Benjamin Ely James Cornish,j 
Nathaniel Mills Jacob Dressor,j 



TOWNS 

oil and 
'orrington 
rutnbull 
Jnion 
/ernon 
Voluntown 
iVallingibrd 
ifvVarren 
Washington 
Waterbury 
Waterford 
Watertown 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
Willington 
fWilton 

!| "Wind ham 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Woodbridge 
Wooduury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



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CLERKS COLLECTORS 

Samuel Ladd Hezekiah Nye 
Erastus Hodges Gilbert Mien 
Eliakira Beach Noah Plum 
Robert Lawson Luther Crawford 
Oliver King Tho's W.Kettogg 

James AlexanderSanmel Robbins 
Hunn Munson Jared Allen 
George Starr Piatt Starr 
D. N. BrinsmadeJohn M- Ford 
John Kingsbury Luther Gi board 
Caleb Raymond John Hempstead 
Aner Bradley T. Baldwin, j'r 
Nathan WheelerStephen Jennings 
Ezekiel P.BeldtnvAmos A .Webster 
Zebulon Crocker Elijah C* Pearl 
Samuel Beklen S. Cornstock, 2d 
Alfred Howes 
Henry Sill 
Roger Coe 



Kez, Ripley 

Ehjah N. Sill 

Eliphaz Alvord 

Justus Thomas 

Nathan Preston 

Jonathan Morse 

Isaac Bronson 
The for eg ting list is taken from the returns of the 
Toivn Clerks, made to the State Ireasurer in May, 
1813, with whXchit has been carefully compared. 

SURVEYORS IN ^CONNECTICUT. 



William Beecher 
Philo De Forest 
John Mason 
Clark Bronson 



George Gillet, esq. Hebron, Tolland County, 
Surveyor General. 

DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

William Olmstead, of East-Hartford. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

Moses Beach, of Wallmcford. 



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COUNTY OF KEW-LGNDON. 

Moses Warren* of Lyme. 

COUNTY OF EAIRFIELDf 

Joseph Moss White, of Danbury. 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Lemuel Ingals, of Pomfret. 

COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

4 William M, Bur rail, Canaan. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Dan Lane, Killingworth. 



MEBICAX. SOCIETY. 

A List of the Officers and Fellows of the 
Connecticut Medical Society r in Conven- 
tion, October 1813. 

-Mason F. Cogswell, m. d. President. 
Timothy fHall, m. d. Vice-President* 
Doetor^Joscph Foot, Secretary. 
Doctor Richard Ely, Treasurer. 

FELLOWS FROM THE COUNTIES. 
HAHTFOHD COUNTY. 

-'Mason F. Cogswell, m. d. Timothy HaIU m. ©, 
Dr. John Bester, /Eli Todd, m. d. Doctor Nathar 
strong, junior. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Doctors^Joseph Foot^JLli Ives, m. d, Pearl Crafts 
Anson Foot^-EUas Shipm;an, jUn. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY* 

Doctors, Averv Downer, John O, Miner, Thomas 
Coitj^Thomas Miner, Samuel II. P. Lee. 



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FAIRFIELD COUNTY- 

Doctors, Beunet Perry, Benjamin Curtis, jun. 
)aniel Comstock, Gideon Beardsley, Ansel Hoyt. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Doctors, Penuei Hutchins, Thomas Hubbard, m.d. 
\ ufus Johnson, Siah Fuller, Joseph Palmer, jun. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Doctors, Nathaniel Perry, Jesse Carrington, War- 
ren R. Fowler, Elijah Lyman, Samuel Buel. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Doctors, ^.Richard Ely, John Richmond, Samuel 
[Carter. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Doctors, Samuel Willard, John S. Peters, Judah 
| Bliss. l 

Committee of examination with the Pro- 
fessors of the Medical Institution connect- 
ed with Yale College* 

Doctors, Timothy JHall, /Joseph Foot, Siah Fuller. 

The following Physicians were appointed Ex- 
amining Committees in the different Counties. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Doctors, ^Sylvester Wells, Horace Reed, Nathan 
Strong, jun. 

NEW.HAVEN COUNTY. 

'Doctors, /Joseph Foot, Anson Foot, /Timothy P, 
Beers. ' 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Doctors, Thomas Coit,Elisha North, m.d. George 
Tisdale. /- , 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Doctors, Gideon Shepard, m,d, Gideon Bearrislev,, 
Noah A. Lacy, 

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WINDHAM C^OUNTY. 

Doctors, Joseph Palmer, jun. Andrew 
William Brewster. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY* 

Doctors, Nathaniel Perry, Warren R. -Fowkr, 
Jesse Carrington. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, 

Doctors, John Richmond, Austin Olcott, Samu| 
Carter. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Doctors, Samuel Willard, Allen Hyde, Rodolphuj 
Ladd. 

Clerks of the several Counties. 



Jonathan H. Sparhawk, Hartford 
^Timothy P. Beers, New-Haven 
Samuel H. P. Lee, New-London 
Gideon Beardsley, Fairfield 
Darius Hutchins", Windham 
Elijah Lyman, Litchfield 
Samuel Carter, Middlesex 
John S. Peters, Tolland 

Doctors, Nathan Strong, jun. antLMason F. Cogs 
well, were appointed a committee to draft an addres 
to the public on the 1M effects of a free use ofarden 
xfiirits. 

A List of the Members of the Connection 
Medical Society, in the different Counties 
for the year 1813, 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Drs. John Bester./Mason F. Cogswell, m.d. Georg 
Griswold, Timothy Hall,M.D. Dwell Morgan,Georg 
Olcott^Eli Todd, m, ^./Sylvester Wells, John Ar 



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fans, Elijah F. Reed, ^Simeon Field, Horace Reed, 

eorge Pratt,/Daniel miller^ Jonathan H. Sp;-»vha\vk, 

m.d. Alpheus G> Collins, David ttemiss, Nathan 

(Strong, jr. Zephaniah Swifts Benjamin VVeed,^Earl 

M Swift, Samuel B. Woodward, Norman Lyman, James 

E. Hart. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Drs. Levi Ives, m.d. /BXk Ives, m D./Joseph Foot, 
John Carrington* John Skinner, ^athaniel Hubbard, 
(^Obadiah Hotchkiss, Edward Craft^Liberty Kirobeir- 
ly, Elijah Munson, Jonathan Todd. Jared Redfield, 
Bela Farnham, Nathaniel S. LewisyOrchard Gould, 
Caleb Austin, John Andrews, David S. Brooks* Josi- 
ah Root, Edward Field, Ettas Shipman^jr* Pearl 
Craft, Anson Foot^imothy P. Beers. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY* 

^Samuel Mather, m. d. Drs. Phineas Hy<3e,JF r hom- 
as Minor, Vine Utley, Richard Noyes, John L.Smith, 
John R. Watreus, m. d. Elijah Butts, Avery Downer, 
Bishep Tyler, George Downer, Thomas Goit, Saaauel 
H. P. Lee, Elisha North, m. d. Archibald Mercer, 
Samuel Hunting,/Dyer Tro&p Brainerd, Benjamin 
Harris, George Tisdale, John Q. Miner, John Smith, 
T. G. M. Brock way, Asa M. Holt, Johfc Billings* 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Drs^Jonathan Knight, Gabriel Baldwm, Gideon 
Shepard, m. d. Bennet Perry, Benjamin Curtis*, jr. 
Oliver Bancroft, Noah A. Lacy, Daniel Comstock, 
A. H. Betts, Ansel H05 1, Charles Tomlinson, Daniel 
BeardvWiliiam Shelton, Hosea tf urlbut, ta.:D> David 
Hull, Phineas MiltervSamuel Webb, Elijah Jfawley 
Gideon Beardsley. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Drs. Penuel Hutchins, Andrew Huntington, Siah 
Fuller, Thomas Hubbard, m. d. EVaritis Hutchins, 
Andrew Harris, Rufus Johnson, Daniel Lyman , 
Charles Moulton, Joseph Palmer, jr. Waldo Hutch- 
ins, Jeptha Hebbard, James Webb, William A. Brew- 
ster, Christopher S. Avery^uther Spalding. 



LITCHFIKLD COUNTY. 1« 

Drs, Nathaniel Perry, Samuel Qrton, Benjam:! , 
Welch, Asahel Humphrey, Joshua Cornwall, JohLr 
Calhoun, Je*se Carrington," Timothy Clark, Sammy 1 ' 
Buel, Samuel Rockwell, J. R. Eastman, Ebenezei 
Smith, Warren R. Fowler, David Warner, Lancelot 
PheljSs, Anson Tuttle, Edmond Allyn, Jehiel Will 
Hams, Israel Graves, Elijah Lyman, James R. Doclgel 
Gonant Catlin, Asahel Hall, Erastus L, Hart, Ira V.l 
Bronson. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Drs. -Richard Ely, jr. Austin Olcott, John Rich'] 
mond, Samuel Carter, Jesse Bigelow, Chauncey An- 
drews, Gideon Dickenson, Sylvester Bulkley, Jonah 
Cone, William Person. 

TOLLAND COUNTY* 

Drs. Nathan Howard, Samuel Willard, Eleazar 
M'Cray, John S. Peters, Allen Hyde, Daniel Peck, 
Ichabod M. Warner, Scotaway Hinkley, Rodolphus 
Ladd, Eleazer Hunt, Judah Bliss, Chester Carpenter. 

PHYSICIANSAND SURGEONS, 

PRACTISING IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

(C^ Nearly all the Physicians practice Surgery in 
some cases ; but those only are classed here under 
the head of "Surgeons" whose practice is confined 
to that department. From this general observa- 
tion, however, must be exempted a few instances, 
where, the names of persons equally eminent in 
both departments, are arranged under both heads. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

ifar*/bn/.-^Charles Mather^ason F* Cogswell, 
m.d /Sylvester Wells, Leonard Bacon, Jonathan H. 
Sparhawk, m. d. Nathan Strong, jr. 

iter/m.-AAdna Stanley, John Andrews, Josiah M. 
Ward, Harvey Robinson, 



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firitol.— Titus Merriman, Miles C Francis. 
Burlington — Perry Mann, Klijah Flower. 
Can£o?i.— Salomon Everest, Benjamin Weed, jr. 
East- Hart ford.— Samuel Flagg, George Oris wold, 
^timothy Hall, m. d. David Bern) s. 
ezeif -East- Windsor.— /EMhu Tudor, Daniel Poster, Eii- 
h F. Reed, Henry A. Porter. 
Enfield,-yS\mem\ Field. 
Farmington.-JLX\ Todd, m.eu Asahel Yale. 
VJ Glaateribury \ — Asaph Coleman, Horace Read. 
'' Granbyu — Eliphatet Buck, Gideon Case, Marcus 
'otter, Daniel Benjamin, Joseph F. Jewett. 
Hartland % — Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Bos- 
worth. 

Mar lb orough . — D an j el S m ith . 
Si vis bury.— John Bestor. 
Southing ton,— - Josiah Root, Maik Newell, /Timo- 
thy Jones, Horace Ames. 

SuffiticL— Howard Aldcn, Oliver Pease, John W. 
Hanchett. 

lVethersJie!d.~Georgz Olcott/Daniel Fuller, Sam- 
uel B. Woodward- 

Windsor.— Hezekiah Chaffee Christopher Wel- 
cott, Simmons, George Pratt. 

SURGEONS. 

Hart/ord. -yM&sovi F. Cogswell, M. d. Dwell Mor- 
gan. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

J\,'ew-Haven-~7&r\ea.s Munson, r.i. d. Levi Ives, 
*l. d. Nathan Smith, m. D/Obadiah Hotchkiss, Eli- 
jah Munson, FAi Ives, ift< d. James Gilbedvfcnathan 
Knight. ^ r- 

Branford*— Jarcd Foot, Reuben Lindsly-jOrchard 
Gould, Herman P. Brooks. 

Cheshire.— Gould Q. Norton, Thomas T. Corn- 
wall^harles Sheltqn..- 

Derby — Edward Craft^iberty Kimberly, Pearl 
CrafvAWiam Stoddard. 



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Mast-Haven.— Bela Farnham. 
Guilford — Jonathan Todd, m. d. David Brookif ) 
Jared Redfield, Lyman Strong, Anson Foot. 
Hamden. — Return E. Jones. 
Meriden. — Ensign Hough, Theophilus Hall, Isa,a<| 
Hough. 

Middlebury. — Stephen S. Hawley. 
Milford.— /Abraham Tomlinson, Caleb Austin.^ 
John Carrington, Thomas C. Brinsmade, Andrew 
French. 
J\orth- Haven. -^Joseph Foot. 
Oxfordy— Hosea Dutton^Abiram Stoddard, Noah 
Stone. 

Southbury. 

Waterbury.— -Joseph Porter, Edward Field, Nim- 
rod Hull. 

Walling ford. — Aaron Andrews, John "Andrews. 
Woodb ridge. — Jehial Castei, Isaac Goodsell. 
Wolcoit. — John Potter, Ambrose Ives. 

SURGEONS. 

JSiew- Haven. — Nathan Smith, M. d. 
Derby,— Silas Baldwin 

Wallingford. — Moses Gaylord, Lyman Parker. 

Water bury. — Jesse Porter. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

A ew -London. — Thomas Coit, Samuel H.P. Lee 
Elisha North, m. d. Archibald Mercer, Samuel Hun- 
ting JDyer Troop Brainard. 

AorwicA.—Philemon Tracy, George Tisdale, John 
Twiner, Thomas B. Buswell. 

Bozrah* — John Scott. 

Colchester. —John R. Watrous, m. d. Howel Ro- 
gers, Ezekiei Parsons. 

Franklin— Benjamin Ellis, Nathaniel Hyde, Eli* 
jah Hartshorn, Reuben Burgess. 

Groton. — John O. Miner. 

Lisbon*— Jedediah Burnham, ——Grant. 



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I Lz/7??r.- 7 'Samuel Mather, m.d. Phineas Hyde, Vine 

JJtley ^Thomas Miner, John L.Smith,Richard Noyes, 
ohn Brockway, 2d. 
Montville. — Ephraim Fellows. 
j J\ or th.Stonington.— John Billings, ■ Wells, 

Preston. — Avery Downer, Bishop Tyler, Benj. 
iarris. 

j Stonington.-^NWW&m Lord, William Robinson, 
tjJWiiliam Hyde, Jchn Smith. 
Ml Water ford.— Asa M. Holt, James Rogers. 

SURGEONS. 

; J\ ew- London.— ULlishn. North, m.d. 

Jj Aorivtch.— John Turner. 

| Colchester.— John R. Watrous, m. d. 

Ji Preston.— Eleazer B. Downing. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Fairfield.— Hosea. Hurlbut, m. D-X)avid Hull, Da- 
vid Richmond, William Rash. * 

Danbury. —Izhez Starr, Daniel Comstock, jr. Al- 
ford H. Betts, Noah Lindley, Samuel Banks, Ansel 
Hoyt. 

Brookfield.—liAi Perry, Philo Merwin, Noah A\ 
Lacy. -^ 

Greenwich. — Ehsha Belcher, Clark Sanford,^Sha- 
drach Mead^arius Mead, Zabed Finch. 

Hunthigton.— William Shelton, Gideon Beardslee, 
Levi Beardslee. 

A env-Canaan. -^Joseph Silliman, Samuel S. Neyes. 

New- Fairfield. — Isaac Knapp. 

Acrotoivn.— Bennett Perry, Gideon Shepard, M. D. 
Oliver Bancroft, Benjamin Curtis. 

Norivalk.— Phineas Miller<Jonathan Knight. 

8/ier??:an. — John Orton, Lewis Starr. 

Redding,— Thomas Davies, John Tomlinscn, Aa- 
ron Lyon. 

Ri 'dgefiddn— -David Perry, Amos Baker, Nehemi- 
ah Perry. 



William T. Shelter.. ' avid M> Ro Serf) 

i^KSSr M ^le br oo k , Elijah Middle 

b£2?^!^?^*^^7 Park ' Johnso; 

W/^.-Abraham Chichest er, David Wiflard, 

COUNTY OF WINDHAH. 

Lu^ffinTn C g ! : riSt ° PherS - AvCry ' David C«rner ; 
^»Agr«/.-Nchemiah Howe, Joseph Palm-r A,! 1 
drew Huntington, Joseph Palmer, jr. ' A ^ 

wfirKch7nr athan Jair6S ' Lastus Ro"inso n , 

SfiSSS"™ 1 ^ Baldwi*. 

r Mnufield.-ltixz Adam! ^"Roee, W,M°° d "r 
HoveyyEarl Swift. miams ' Ko S el Waldo, Isaac 

-P/ofe/frfrf.-Siah Fuller, Jared Fuller. 
*££g£SZ*P Ha "' T 110 " 138 H *batd, *.,. 

PWw«*ew«.— Allen Campbell. 
A I uSat;S7 Th0lnaS M ° rSe ' Ebenez - *P& 

Tjr . „ -, SURGEONS, 

W:nd/ia?n.—Sz m u e \ Lee. 
Canterbury t — Andre w Ma rris. 
Lebanon.— -Bennoni Sweet. 
Pom^. r Thomas Hubbard, im.d, 
f*W*^._Haviland Morris, Joseph Seagrave. 



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! 'Uoj]| COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

llJich field.— Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Abel 
l,n «o|atlin, 2d. Partridge Parsons, Sherman B. Wood- 
ward, Samuel Buel, John M. West. 

Barkhemstcad. — Amos Beacher. 

Bethlem. — Conant Catlin, Allen. 

Canaan. — Joshua Corn well, Ovid Plum, 

Cdcbrook.— Jesse Carringtcn, Lancelot Phelps. 

Cornwall. — Joseph North, John Calhoun- 
-Goshen- — Erastus L. Hart, Norman Smith. 



Harivington — Timothy Clark, Roswell Abernathy 

Kent. — John Raymond, Wells Beardsley. 

J\ ew-Ha r fjord, — A ndre w A bernathy . 

New- Mti ford *-~ls:\iv&\ Williams, Israel Graves, 
Jkbenezer Smith, Reuben Warner, jun. 
\ Aorfotk.— Benjamin Welch. 

Ptynt6y,th*T-<Jzw Warner, Gideon Woodruff, 
|f>avid Warner. 

Jrloxbury. — Jostah R. E istrnan, Alson Leavenworth* 

Salisbury.— ■\\ r \\l')^n Walton, James It. Dodge, 
Asahcl Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sharon. — Samuel Rockwell, John W, Smith, John 
Sears, Curtis I. Hard, Benajah Tickner, 

Torrington —Samuel Woodward, m. p. Elijah 
Lyman. 

Warren.— Aaron Coleman. 

Washington.— Warren rR; l ? owler, Ira V. Brorrson. 

Water toivn.— Samuel Elton, Anson TuUle. 

Winchester. — T?umar« S. Wilmore, Zepheniah 
Swift, Luman Wakefield, 

Woogbiiry.— Natnaroel Ferry,,/ Samuel Orton, 
Samuel Orton, jr. Henry T. O : ten, David Orion. 

SUIIGEONS. 

IJlchfield,-* Robert Cnilln. 
Sharon — Samuel \{. Gager. 

COUNTY OF KIDDLF.5I.X. 

2\ liddletowju —John Osborn, Ebenezefc "Tracy 
Isaac Conckling, William M, Hand. 



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Haddam —Sylvester Bulkley, Chauncy Andrew! 

Chatham. — John Richmond," Isaac Smith, jun. 

Durham. — Lyman Norton, 

East- Haddam. — Augustus Mather, Jonah Corn! 
2d. Jesse Bigelow, David Johnson, Asa M. Holt. 

Killing-worth.— Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hill, Will 
liam S. Pierson. '.' j 

Say brook — ElishaJMather/Riehard Ely, jr. Sam«l 
uel Carter, Ebenezer Cone, [Gideon A, Dickenson] 
Ezra S. Mather. 

SURGEONS. 

Chatham — David B. Holister. 

County of tolland. 

Tolland. — Judah Bliss, Gurdon Thompson. 

Bolton. — Ichabod Warner, Eleazer M. Crary. 

Coventry.— Nathan Howard, Eleazer Hunt. 

Mllington. — Ruggles Carpenter, Allyn Hyde. 

Hebron. — John S Peters. 

Somers. —Francis ParcifuU, John Wood, Horatio 
A» Hamilton, Charles M. Kibbe. 

Stafford. — Samuel Wiilard, Daniel Peck', Josiah 
Converse jr. llodolphus Ladd* 

Vernon. — Scottoway Hinckley. 

Union. — Shubael Hammond. 

Willing ton. — Silas Patridge, Chester Carpenter* 

SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS. 



OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLAR'S ENCAMPMENT. 

James Baxter, Captain General 
James Ward, 1st Captain 
David Deming, ?d Captain 
Ebenezer Perkins, Marshal 
John R. Watrous, Secretary 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 



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GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT. 

he followine Companions were elected to the offi- 
ces respectively annexed to their names for the 
I vear ensuing, the third Thursday of May, Anno 
* K. A. M. 3813:— viz. 

M, E. John R. Watrous, g. h. p. 

Samuel C. Blackman, d.©.h.p. 
Alexander Collins, g.k* 
John M. Gannett, g.s. 
Henry Champion, g. Treasurer 
Levi H. Clark, g. Secretary 
Roger Searle, g. Chaplain 
Consider Sterry, g. Marshal 
Samuel Bailey /g. Centinel 
The Grand Convocations are hoklen semi-annual- 
y, at Hartford on the third Thursday of May, and 
at New- Haven on the third Thursday of October, 
in each year. 

The Chapters and Officers thereof, underthe 
jurisdiction of the Grand Royal Arch 
Chapter, are as follows : — viz. 

Hiram Chapter, CSamuel C. Blackman, h.p. 

No. 1. < Timothy Sheperd, k. 

Newiown. C James Sears, Scribe. 

Frankiin Chapter, C Laban Smith , n . p . 
No. 2, < Amos Dnolittle, K. 

New -Haven „ C. Henry W. Edwards, Scribe 

Solomon's Chapter, C Francis French, h.p. 
No. 3, < James Smith, x. 

Derby . C John Hawley, Scribe 

Franklin Chapter, CConsider Sterry, h.p. 
No. 4, < Ebenezer Geer, k. 

Norwich CSamuel Bailed Scribe 



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Vaftdenbrcek Chapter, rJohn R. Watrous, h.f. 
No. 5, «? David Deming, k. 

Colchester LGuy Bigelow, Scribe 

Washington, Chapter, C Levi H, Clark, h.p« 



No. 6, 
Middfetown 
Union Chapter, 

No. r, 

NewLondon 

Lynch Chapter, 
No. 8, 
Redding 8c Weston 

Trinity Chapter, 
No. 9, 
Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, 
No. 10, 
Woodbury 
Hittenhousc Chapter, 
No, 11, 
Stamford 

Warren Chapter, 

No. 12, 

Pomfret 
Jerusalem Chapter, 

No. 13, 
Stratford 

Hamilton Chapter, 
No. 14, 
Kent 



< Joshua Stow, k. 
CAsahel Loorms, Scribe 

CEbenezer Perkins, h.p« 

< John O'Brien, x. 
CLeon'd D. Richards, Scrib 

C Nathan Wheeler, h.p. 

< Andrew L. Hill, k. 
C. Gabriel Baldwin, Scribe 

C Daniel Tilden, h.p. 

< John Baldwin, K. 
C Joshua Smith, Scribe 

C Richard Smith, h.p. 

< William A. Bronson,K. 
C. Nathaniel Tuttle, Scribe 

C Simeon H. Miner, h.p, 

< Phineas Miller, k. 
C£benezer Mead, j'r. Scribe 
CRensellaer Child, h.p. 

< Thomas Hubbard, k. 
C. Amos Payne, Scribe 
CAshbel Baldwin, h.p, 

< Matthias Nicoll, k. 
C.Jcel Jones, Scribe 

C Daniel Parker, h.p, 
.< Reuben H. Booth, k. 
Ctlopson Pratt, Scribe 



Officers of the Grand Lodge in Connecticut* 

M. W. Stephen T. Hosmer, e.M. 

R. W. John R. Watrous, d.g.m. 

W. Solomon Cowles, sg.w. 



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W. Aa^on Smith, j.g.w. 
W. Henry Champion, g.t. 
IV. John Mix, cs. 
W. James Ward, s.g.d. 
W. John H. Lynde, j.gd. 

MASTER LODGES IN CONNECTICUT, 

AND THE NAMES OF THE MASTERS. 



1. Hiram, 

2. St. John's 

3. St. John's, 

4. St. John^s, 

5. Union, 

6. St. John's, 

7. King Solomon'.' 

8. St. John's, 

9. Compass, 

10. Wooster, 

11. St. Paul's, 

12. King Hiram, 

13. Montgomery, 

14. Frederick, 

15. Moriah, 

16. Temple, 

17. Federal, 

18. Hiram, 

19. Washington^ 

20. Harmony, 

21. St. Peters, 
2fc Hart's, 

23. St. James\ 

24. Uriel, 

25. Columbia, 

26. Columbia, 

27. Rising Sun, 

28. Morning Star, 

29. Village, 
SO. Day Spring, 

31. Union, 

32. Meridian Sun, 

33. Friendship, 

34. Somerset, 

35. Aurora, 

36. St. Mark's, 

37. Western Star, 

38. St. Alban's, 

39. Ark, 
40„ Union, 



New-Haven, 
Middletown, 
Bridgeport, 
Hartford. 
Greenwich, 
Norwalk, 
's, Woodbury, 
Stratford, 
Wallingford, 
Colchester, 
Litchfield, 
Derby, 
Salsbury, 
Farmiijgton, 
Canterbury, 
Cheshire, 
Watertown, 
Newtown, 
Huntington, 
Berlin, 
New-Milford, 
Woodbridge, 
Preston, 
Mansfield, 
Stepney, 
East-Haddam, 
Washington, 
East Windsor, 
New Hartford, 
Hamden, 
New London, 
Warren, 
Southington, 
Norwich, 
Harwington, 
Granby, 
Norfolk, 
Guilford, 
Weston, 
Danbury, 

6* 



John H. Lynde. 
Levi H. Clark. 
Thomas Gouge, 
David Porter. 
Isaac Lock wood, jun. 
William M. Betts. 
Nathaniel Tuttle. 
Matthias Nicoll. 
Solomon R. Hall. 
Guy Bigelow. 
Roger Cook. 
Hobert Gates. 
Martin Strong. 
John Mix. 
Andrew T. Judspn. 
Levi Douglass. 
Oliver Todd. 
Timothy Shepard. 
Gideon Beardsk y 
Luther Beckley. 

Elihu SandforcT, 
Ebenezer Geer. 
Edmund Freeman. 
Asaph Coleman. 
Che vers Brainard. 
Daniel B. Brinsmadc* 
Moses Allyn, jun. 
George M'Nary. 
Rosv/eil Lee. 
Hubbel Brook". 
James Beanlsley. 
George Mitchell* 
Samuel Bailey. 
Roger Searl. 
Joshua R. Jewctt. 
Earl P. Pease. 
Jtdediah Lathrop. 
Calvin Wheeler, jiuv. 
Nathaniel Bishop.. 



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41. Federal, Brookfield, Gilead Amblec. 

42. Harmony, Waterbury, Andrew Adams. 

43. Trinity, Killingworth, Amaziah Bray. 

44. Eastern Star, Lebanon and Windham, Daniel Tilden. 

45. Pythagoras, Lyme, Ebenezer Broekway 

46. Putnam, Pomfret, Rensalaer Child. 

47. Morning- Star, Oxford, Chauncey M. HatohU. 
4S. St. Luke, Kent, Hopson Pratt. 
4t. Jerusalem, Ridgefield, Jacob Dauchy 

50. Warren, Andover, Simon House. 

51. Warren, Chatham, Ira Lee. 

52. Mount Olive, Saybrook, George W. Jewett. 

53. Widow's Son, North Stonington, Coddington Billings* 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT* 



COUNTY GF HARTFORD. 



Hartford 

He v. Nathan Strong,D.D. 
Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins,© ,d. 
Philander Ghase E 
Elisha Cushroan B 

BaVn Benoni Upson 
John Sma-ley, d.d.") 
Newton Skinner 3 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality E 

Bristol Joiia. Cone 

Daniel Wildman B 

Ahirlingion Jona. Miller 
Vacant B, 

Canton Jere, Halloek 



Jared Mills 
East-Hartford 
Andrew Yates 
Vacant 

Vacant 



B 



East- Whidscr 

Dav.M'CJure,D,D, 7 

Thomas Robbins ^ 

Shubael Bartlett 

Nathaniel Huse I 
Enfield Nehem, Prudder 

Vacant AC 

George Atwell E 

Farmingion Noah Portei 

Rufus Hawley 
Glastcnbury P. Hawes 

Joseph Strong 

Vacant I 

Granby Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant It 

Vacant E 

Hart fond Aaron Church 

Nathaniel Gavlord 



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Marlborough 


Caleb Green 3 


David B. Ripley 


Wethtrttfield 


mnsbury Allen M'Lean 


John Marsh, d. it. 


Plurality E 


Joab Brace 


Vacant" B 


Calvin Ghapin 


Southington 

William Robinson 
Plurality E 


Vacant B 


Wuidsor 


Henry A. Rowland 


Vacant B 


Vacant 


Nuffield Ebenezer Gay 


Vacant 


Vacant 


Abel Gillet B 


Asahel Morse B 


Fred. Chapman B 




•♦— 


COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 


J\ew- Haven 


Guilford Aaron Duttora 


Rev. Nath'l W. Taylor 


John Elliott 


Samuel Merwin 


William F. Vail 


TimothyDvvight>D D. 


John Eiv 


Henry Whitlock E 


David Baldwin & 


Vacant 


Hamden < 


Br an ford 


Eliphalet B. Coleman 


Timothy P. Gillett 


Abraham Allin 


Matthew Noyes 


Plularity E 


Charles Atwattr 


Meriden Erastus Ripley 


Elijah G. Plumbc E 


Samuel Miller a 


Cheshire 


Vacant E, 


Humphrey M. Per in c 


Middlebury 


Vacant 


Mark Mead 


Reuben Ives E 


Milford 


Vacant B 


Bazaleel Pinneo 


Derby Vacant 


Caleb Pitkin 


Abner Smith 


Erastus Scranton 


Rich. Mansfield > v 
Calvin White 3 u 


Vapir.t E 


R or fh- Haven 


East-Haven 


Benj. TmmbulI,D.D. 


Saul Clark 


Vacant E 


Plurality E 


Vacant B 



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Oxford 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Chauncey Prindle E 
Southbury 

Elijah Wood 

Bennet Tyler 
Wallingford 

James Noyes 

Vacant E 

Joshua Bradley B 



Vacant 

Water bury Luke Wo( 
Stephen Dodd 
Horace V. Barber 

Wolcott Vacant 

Woodbridge 
Jason Allen 
Nath'l G. Huntingto 
Asa Cornwell 1 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



New-London 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen 

Charles Seabury E 
Samuel West B 

Bozrah Vacant 

William Palmer B 

Colchester 

Salmon Cone 
Nathaniel Dwight 
Airtasa Loomia 
William Witter B 
Vacant B 

Franklin Samuel Nott 

Groton Timothy Tuttle 
Vacant AC 

Silas Burrows B 

John G.Wightman B 

Lisbon Levi Nelson 
Andrew Lee, d. d. 
Amos Reed B 

JLyme Lathrop Rockwell 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Asa Wilcox B 



Matthew Bolles 3 
Vacant A( 

Montville Abishai Aldei 
Vacant 

Robert Fargo A( 
Reuben Palmer 3 

Aorwich 

Joseph Strong, b. d 

Vacant 

John Tyler ] 

John Sterry 3 

ftorth-Stonington 
Vacant 

Vacant ] 

Simeon Brown 1 

Preston John Hyde 
Horatio Waldo 
Plurality I 

Vacant AC 

Vacant I 

Stonington Ira Hart 
E. Chesebrough 1 
Asher Miner 3 

Water ford 

Zadock Darrow I 



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% 



COUNTY OF 

Wairficld 
lev. Heman Horophreys 

Hez. Ripley, d. d. I 

William Belden I 

Philo Shelton 

Vacant 
roikficlci 

Bela Kellogg 

Plurality 
anbury 

William Andrews 

Reuben Hubbard 

Eben. White Sand, 

Nathan Buckley R 
Grccmvich Vacant 

Isaac Lewis, d. d. 

Plurality E 

Nath'l Finch, jr. B 

Drake Nelson B 

Huntington 

David Ely, d. d. 

Vacant 

Menzies Hayner 
I JS,ew-Canaan 

William Bonney 

Plurality 
J\ew-Frirfidd 

Medad Rogers 
J\€ivtotvn Jehu Clark 
* Daniel Burhans 

John Sherman 

Solomon Glover 



E 



E 



E 



FAIRFIELD. 

Nor walk Ros'l R. Swan 
Bethel Judd E 

Redding Daniel Crocker 
Plurality E 

Ridge field Vacant 
Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Sherman 

Maitby Gelstom 

Stamford . 

Daniel Smith 
Amzi Lewis 
William Fisher 
Piatt Buffet 
Jonathan Judd 
Frederick Smith 
Marmaduke Earl 

Stratford Vacant 
Elijah. Waterman 
Asahel Baldwin E 
Philo Shelton E 

Vacant B 

Trumbull Vacant 

Plurality E 

Weston 

Henry Sherman 
Plurality E 

Wilton Sylvanus Haight 
Plurality E 
St.' John K 



COUNTY OF 

Windham 
Vacant 
Rev, Jesse Fisher 



WINDHAM. 

Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 



AC 
B 
R 



?0 



Ashford 

Philo Judson 
Hollis-SampseVi 
William Storrs 
Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Fred. Whitman B 

Brooklyn 

Luther Wilson "> 
Josi. Whitney,D t D.5 
Daniel Fog E 

Canterbury 
Asa Meech 
Erastus Learned 

Columbia Thomas Rich 

Hampton 

Ludovicus W T eld 
Vacant B 

Killlngly Elisha Atkins 
Israel Day 
Roswell Whitmore 
Calvin Cooper B 

Lebanon Zebulon Elv 
William B. Ripley 
John H. Fowler 
Vacant 



i? 



Abel Palmer 

Mansfield 

Samuel P. Willi* 
MosesC.Welch,: 
Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwill 
Plainjield 

Joel Benedict, d. 

Nathaniel Cole 
Pomfret Vacant 

Waller Lyon 

James Grow 
Sterling Vacant 
Thompson Daniel Do! 

Pierson Crosby 
P'cluntown 

— — Johnson 

Vacant 

Vacant 
Wood-stock 

EI iphalct Lyman 

Vacant 

Alvin Underwood 

George Angell 

Vacant 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD- 



Rev 



Litchfield 
. Lyman Beecher 
Amos Chase 
Joseph E. Camp 
Truman Marsh 
Plurality 
Isaac Jones, 
*— Tallmadge 



Barkh emfi s t ea d 

Vacant 
Bethlem Vacant 

Plurality 
Canaan 

Charles Prentice 

Pitkin Cowles 

Vacant 



Plurality 

Icbrook 

Chauncey Lee 

llufus Babcock 

/wall 

Timothy Stone 

Vacant 

Vacant 
\oshc?i Joseph Harv 
larnvington 

Joshua Williams 

Fred'k Holcomb 
lent Asa Blair 

Sturges Gilbert 
eiv- Hartford 

Amasa Jerome 

Vacant 
ew- Mi I ford 

Andrew Elliott 

Reuben Taylor 

Benjamin Benham 
\ or folk Vacant 
Plymouth 

Luther Hart 

Roger Searle 

Plurality 
\oxbury 

Fosdick Harrison 

Plurality 



n 



Isaac Fuller B 

Salisbury Vacant 

Sharon 

David L. Perry 
Orange Lyman 
Hezekiah West B 
Plurality E 

Torringto?i 

Alexander Gillett 
Samuel J. Mills 
Vacant B 

Warren 

Peter Starr 

Vacant B 

Washington 

Cyrus W. Gray 
Samuel Whittlesey 
Plurality E 

Plurality E 

Watertown 

Uriel Gridley 
Russel Wheeler E 

Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 
James Beach 
Asa Talmadge B 
Isaac Bellows B 

Woodbury Vacant 

J. D. Wilton E 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Mi dale town 
Rev* Dan Huntington 
BirdseyG.Moble(D)E 
Joshua' L . W il 1 iam s 
Vacant 

Thomas Miner 
Bcnj. Graves AC 



George Phippen B 
Enoch Green B 

r.ber L. Clark 
David Selden 
Joel West 
Manoah Miles E 



William Welch 
Durham 

David Smith 

Vacant 
East-Haddam 

Elijah Parsons 

William Lyman,B. 

Joseph Vail 

Solomon Blakesley 
Haddam 

David D. Field 

Vacant 



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E 



D» 



Kiltingivorth 

Achilles Mansfield 

Asa King 

Plurality 

John Waterhouse 
Saybrook 

Fred. W. Hotchki 

Aaron Hovey 

Sylvester Selden 

Samuel Mills' 

Plurality 

Vacant 

Oliver Wilson 



Tolland 
Rev. N> Williams, d.d."] 

Ansel "Nash J 

William Hubbard 
Bolton Vacant 
Coventry Vacant 

Eph. T Woodruff 

Royal Tyler 
Ellington 

Died ate Brock way 
llebrcn Amos Bassett 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND, 



Nathan Gillett 

Piularity 
Some r 8 Wm. L. Stroi 
Stafford Vacant 
'"Vacant Vacant 

Samuel Bloss, jr. 
Union Vacant 
Vernon Eben'r Relloj 
Willing ion 

Hubbil Loomis 

David Liilibridge 



Unsettled Ministers and Licentiates from ti 
several Associations. 

"Rev. Messrs. David Avery, Mansfield y Sim: 
Backus, Bridgeport; David Bacon, Cheshire; Dani 
('.Bmks, TrumbuU ; Jonathan Bartlett, Reading 
Gershom Bulkley, MHdletown ; Aaron Clevelan 
Suffi?)d-; Oliver Hitchcock, Cheshire ; Calvin J 
e;als, Stalled ; Gordon Jdhneon, KiUingty : W: 
ham Lock wood. GlastenbUry ; William £• Mi lie 
Windsor ; Saniucl MunsosJ ' I.Ii:nlin;:ton ; Jol 



I re 

ffoyes, Weston ; Daniel Parker, Sharon ; Samuel 
tebbins, Simsbury ; Samuel Sturges, Danbury ; 
^ephaniah Sw ft, Roxbury ; John Taylor, Enfield ; 
)aniel Waldo, Suffield ; Simon Waterman, Ply- 
louth , Elijah G. Wells, Sterling. 

Licensed Candidates* 
Messrs. Samuel Backus, Canterbury ; Daniel 
Banks, Weston ; John Clark, Washington; Chester 

jColton, Hartford ; John G. Dor ranee, Brooklyn ; 

JMatthew B. Dutton, New-Haven ; Cornelius B. 

{Everest, Cornwall ; John H. Fowler, Guilford ; 

^Asahel Gaylord, Norfolk ; Nathan Grosvenor, Stur- 
bridge ; Nathaniel Hewit, New -London ; Francis 
King, Vernon ; Aeami Linsley, Branford ; John 
Marsh, jr. Wethersfield ; Alfred Mitcheh Wethers- 

m field ; Asahel Nettleton, Killingworth ; David A. 

J Sherman, New-Haven ; Joseph Treat, New-Milford ; 

J Joseph Vail, jr. East Haddam j Hezekiah G. Ufford, 

1 Stratford ; Cyrus Yale, Lee. 



Committee to certify the regular standing of Preach- 
J I ers, travelling from this into other [tarts of the 
United, States. 

Rev. Messrs. Nathan Perkins, d. d. William Rob- 
inson, Benjamin Trumbull, d d, John Elliot, Joseph 
Strong, d.d. Isaac Lewis, d.d. David Ely, d.d. Mo- 
ses C. Welch, d,d. Samuel J. Mills, Lyman Beecher, 
Frederick W. Hotchkiss, and Nathan Williams,D.D. 

Receivers of Money in thfir several Associations 
for the Ireasuryofthe General Association. 
Rev. Messrs. Henry A Rowland, William Robin- 
son, Samuel Mervvin, Timothy P. Gillet, Samuel 
Nott, Roswell R. Swan, Elijah YVaterman, Ludovicus 
Weld, Charles Prentiss, Amos Chase, David D. Field, 
and Ephraim T. Woodruff. 



T4, 

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSION- 
ERS, EOll FOREIGN MISSIONS. 



Hon, John Treadwell, esq. President 

Rev. Samuel. Spring, d.d. Vice-President 

Rev. Calvin Criapin, Recording Secretary 

Rev. Samuel Worcester, ©.. d, Corresponding Secj 

retary 

Jeremiah Evarts, esq. Treasurer 

Charles W alley, esq. Auditor 

William Bartlett, esq* v 

The Vice-President, i The fir ud en* 

The Corresponding Secretary) and / tlal Committee 

The Treasurer, 1 

The Members of the Board who are not officers ^ arc 
His Honor Lt. Gov* Phillips,"*} 
Key. Joseph Lyman, d d. l Massachmetta 
Hon. John Hooker, eeq. C 

Rev. Jedediah Morse, d.d. J 

Hon. John Langdon, esq. 7 New . Ham p shhe 

Rev. Seth Payson, d.d, 3 

Rev. Henry Davis, d d. President 1 y ermont 

of Middlebury College, 5 

His Excellency William Jones, esq. 
Gen. Jedediah Huntington, 
Rev. Timothy Dwight, d-d. ll-d. 
President of Yale College. . 
Hon. John Jay, esq. 
Hon. Egbert 'Benson, e?.q. 
Rev. Samuel Miler, d.d. 
Hey. Eliphalet Kott, d.d. 

President ot Union College, 
Hon. Elias Boudinot, esq. ~) 

lttv. Ashbtl Green, d.d. President £ ^ cerv< ,j c 

of Princeton College, C 

Ely. Jamis Richards, * J 



Rhode Islam 
> Connecticut] 



> A ew- York 



Jerscij 



7S 
Bobert Ralston, esq. Pennsylvania 
Rev. Alexander Proudfit, d.d. cf the state of New- 
fork ; Qcn. Henry Sewall; and the Rev. Jesse Ap- 
|>leton, B.D. President of Bowdoin College, District 
pf Maine, were elected members, at the last annual 
ijneeting 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

I His Excellency John Cotton Smith, President 
I Gen. Jedediah Huntington,"! 

Rev. Samuel Nott, I Vice-Presidents 

Rev. Lyman Beecher, f 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, J 

Mr. Henry Hudson, Secretary 

Mr. jQseph Rogers, Treasurer 

Directing Committee* 

Hon. Chauncey Goodrich 

Samuel Pitkin, esq 

Rey. Amos Bassett, 

lion. Theodore D wight j Rev. Samuel Goodrich* 

Rev. Henry A. Rowland ! 

CONNECTICUT SOCIETY FOR THE 
PROMOTION OF GOOD MORALS. 

OFFICERS FOE THE YEAR ENDING MAY, 1814. 

John Tread well, esq. President 
Hon. Zephaniah Swift,} 
Hon. Tapping Reeve, > Vice-Presidents 
Asa Chapman, esq j 

Jeremiah Day, esq. Corresponding Secretary 
Thomas Dayyesq. Recording Secretary 



Rev. Calvin Chapin 
Rev. Andrew Yates 
Ichabod L. Skinner, esq 



Sylvester G iibert, e<g J Co3r <™ti ee 

^ea.Garrit Smith, J 

Resolutions passed at the •«»«.• 

^„u , ; N e,,H , ,: h e e „, s s a 2 ??„'»- ii »r 

stjtution. s cn e. great object of this in 

C "nnintteethetime-cft|.e"rn Zl -* ***>* to th« 
ami number of their memb-r^1! ZHtion ; the •»■* 

the Sermon at the next' Cm?* "^ <° Oliver 
Kev. Timothy Dwieht n r> T 

»"fcni, D B. LL-B. President 

Key. bamuel Merwin, > TC e ' ,U 

Misaiah Day, esq. 'j F «*&**«le?it». 
De Lauzan De Forest e™ Q» 

Jeremiah -lay, esq "^Secretary. 

R«v. Nathaniel VV." Taylor ) 

Rev, hamnel Merwin 7 » ( cv. • 

Rev. Claudius Herrick. { ^ uc " d °""»ttttee. 

Air. Increase Cooke, ) 



77 
Timothy Bishop, ? Audi[oru 
Lewis Hotchkiss, 3 
fir. Increase Cooke, Treasurer, and General Acrent 
for receiving subscriptions and distributing Tracts. 

foreign Mission Society of the North Association 

of Hartford County. 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, r> d. President. 

p.- T " m w ^ Pl udden > \ Vice-Presidents. 
JJ Pliny Hillyer, esq. 5 

Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Secretary. * 

Mr. Peter W. Gallaudet, Treasurer. 

J Mr. Charles B. King, Auditor. * 

— — €S 

;i|Foreign Mission Society of New- Haven 
lef and the vicinity. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight,D.D. ll.d. President 
Rev. Samuel Merwin, ~\ 

Rev. Saul Clark, r Vice- 

Rev. Nathaniel W\ Taylor, C Presidents 
Jeremiah Day, esq, J 

Mr, Timothy Dwight, jun. Treasurer 
Mr. Roger Sherman, Auditor of Accounts 
'Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor is appointed to preach 
the next annual sermon, and the Rev, Saul Clark, 
to supply his place in case of failure 
Annual meeting on the 4thThursday of October 
— o — 
Foreign Mission Society of $ew-London and the 
Vicinity. 
[Instituted April 14, 1312.] 
Gen. Jedediah Huntington, President. 
Elias Perkins, esq. "> Vr. . A U J^« : ♦« 
Guy Richards, esq. 5 Vice-Presidents. 
Mr. Stephen Peck, Secretary, . 
7* 



Foreign Mission SociefvtfTh r, 
R„,. r , xl J? ven County. 

Rev. Matthew Novel T± Cretar ^ 
Dea. Dan Parmeiee ' r,eas «rer. 
Key Won Dutton/ ) 

^p' : Jonathan Todd f^ 

JJea ' r "noti iy Rosseter^ > 
Foreign Mission Society^ h v,r 

R of FaS/Sn^ Stern Dl » trf 

Rev tftePtgSggg^ 
Matthew Marvin, esq: TreaS: 
Deacon JosephHyd\ AuSf * 

Auxiliary Foreign MissiJ Society of Middlesex 

Jonatl^ e La y S , li i: q hparSOnS ' 7 P, ' esi ^ t - 
Rev. William Lvman, dd. j Vlce -Presidents* 
Rev. Aaron pfilvey, Secretary. 
Richard Ely, 2d. esq. Treasurer. 

Foreign Mission Society, fo7the County of Litch* 

field. 

His Excellency John C. Smith, President 

Rev. Lyman Ueecher, } v . ' resiu ? nt ' 

Rev. Jaaathan Miller, J Vice -Presidents. 



79 

James Morris, esq. Secretary* 

Uriel Holmes, esq. Treasurer. 

Aaron Smith, esq. Auditor. 

Foreign Mission Society, of Norwich aud its Vi- 4 
cinity. 

i fl y Rev. Joseph Strong, d.d. President. 

Zichariah Huntington, e^q. 7 xr^ o - f t 
[ Fev. Levi Nelson, 5 ' 4 J Vice-Presidents. 

I Jabez Huntington, esq. Secretary. 

i Hezekiah Perkins, esq. Treasurer* 

I James Stedman, esq. Auditor. 

I COLLEGES, &c. 

ij YALE COLLEGE NEW HAVEN. 

[founded 1700.] 

Rev. Timothy Dwight s.t.d. ll.d. President 

and Professor of Divinity. 
Jeremiah Day, am. Professor of Mathematics and 

A atural Philosophy. 
Benjamin Silliman, a m. Professor of Chemistry and 

Mineralogy. 
James L. Kingsley, a.m. Professor of Languages* 
dnd Ecclesiastical History. 
Vacant, Professor of Law* 

FELLOWS. 

Rev. David Ely, d,d. Rev. Achilles Mansfield 



Hez Ripley, d.d. 
John Marsh, d d* 
Andrew Lee, D d. 
Joseph Strong, d.D. 



Benoni Upson. 
Amos Basse tt 
John Elliott 
Peter Starr 



Tlie Governor, Lieutenant (Governor, and sin 
senior Council, together with the foregoing Fellows, 
constitute the Corporation ► 



m 

TUTORS. 

Arsetius B. Hull, a.m. | John Langdon, a.m. WW 
Mathew R. Button, a.m Josiah W. Gibbs, A.nl^el* 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, a.m. | Chaun. A. Goodrich, j|4t in 

James Hillhouse, Treasurer, Nathan Beers, Sd 
ard* Ward Safford, a.b. Butler* 

The qualifications fur admission into the Freshnj 
Class are as follows : The whole of the Greek T 
tament ; the whole of Virgil ; Cicero's ten Selfe 
Orations; Clarke's Introduction ; and Arithmetic 1^ 
Commencement — 2d Wednesday of September, tp 
Vacations— From Commencement, six weekly 
from the 2d Wednesday of January, three weekf 
and from the Wednesday before the second Thai 
day in May, three weeks. 
Number of Graduates at the last commencement, 6 



The Medical Institution of Yale College.] 

LECTURES AS FOLLOWS : 

Theory and Practice of Medicine, by iEneas Mur| 

son, sen. m, bj and Eli Ives, m. d. 
Surgery and Midwifery, by Nathan Smith, m. d| 
Anatomy, by Dr- Jonathan Knight. 
-Chemistry, Pharmacy ^and Mineralogy % by Profcs 

sor Siiliman. 
Materia. Medica, will, for the present, be connectec 

with the other courses ; and the elements of Botany 

will be given by one of the professors. 



PHI BETA KAPPA. 

The Phi Beta Kafifia Society was founded at the 
Unhersity of Oxford in England. It was established 
in America, at the College of William and Mary ir 
Virginia, on the s 6th day of December 1776. A branch 
was instituted at Yale College, in January, 2780 : 
at Harvard College, in July 1781 ; and at Dartmouth 
College, in 1787. These branches are distinguishec 
by the names of the Alpha of Connecticut \ the Alpha 



81 

^ • f Massachusetts s and iheAl/iha ofAeiv-Hamfishire. 
J * 'he branch in Virginia having become extinct, the 
iree New-England Alphas ate the only ones at pre- 
Ijjjwt in America. No charter can be granted unless 
the unanimous approbation of all the branches. 
The objects of the Institution are to promote 
SJiendship and science a mo?!g it* members; and to 
jv*jxcite emulation among the candidates for admission^ 

et/c 

r, 



s influence upon the seminaries where it is e-.tabl sh- 
kl, has been eminently happy. No college honor 
I'.ls more anxiously sought for than as admission into 



jfthe /to" iSeto JSTfl^/Wt 

Officers of the Alpha of Connecticut. 

James L. Kingsley, esq. President 
Sereno E. D wight, esq. Vice-President 
Leonard E. V/ales, esq. Corresponding Secretary." 

Alpha of Massachusetts. 
Timothy Bigeiow, esq. President. 
Loammi Baldwin, esq. Vice-President. 
Andrews Norton, a.m. Corresponding Secretary. 
John Farrar, a.m. Treasurer. 

Alpha of New-Hampshire. 
Hon. William H. Woodward, President, 
Rums Graves, esq, Vice-President. 
Joseph Perry, a- m . Corresponding Secretary. 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev Tiliotson Bronson, d.d. Principal. 
Rev. Daniel M f Donald, Professor of Languages. 

Burrage Beach* Treas%trer and Secretary. 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of October. 
Vacations— From the 2d Wednesday of April, four 
weeks— and from 1st Wednesday of October, four 
weeks* 



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BACOjS' ACADEMY, COLCHESTER] 

Rhinaluo Burleigh, Preceptor. 

TRUSTEES. 

His Ex. John C. Smith, j Daniel _Watrous, esq. 

Hon. Epah Champion, 

Hon. MaUhew Griswolu, 

Eiias Perkins, esq. 

Rev. Amos Bassett, 

Rev. Salmon ('one, 



J Roger Bulkley, esq, 
John R. Watrous, esq* 
j Asa Bigdov;, esq. 
I David Deming, esq, 
i Col. John I-jham, jr. 






Anniversary — First Wednesday in September. 

Vexations -From the first Wednesday of Januari 
two weeks; from the &rst Wednesday of May, t*«!^ 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday of Septs mti$| 
three weeks. 



HARTFORD . GRAMMAR CCIIOOL. 
John Witter, Preceptor- 
vnusTiL^f:. 
Hon. John Trumbull, [ Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Re v. Nathan PerkmSj&'D* | Nathaniel Terry, esq. 
Rev. Abel Fliiit, Hon. Theodore l);vi>;ht. 

Jona, W. Edwarus 5 e?q. 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 

[Founded A. D. 1G2G.]' 

Rev.. John Thornton Kirklaiul, d.d. l l.d< Fr'srJdentl 

John Warren, m.d. Horsey Professor of Anatomy 

and Sujfery, 
Aaron Dexter, t.:.d. Ervir.g Professor cf Chemistry, 

IvI at hematics and Medicine. 
William D. Peck, a. si. Massachusetts Professor of 

Natural History. 
Rev. Henry Ware, d.d. Hollis professor of Theol- 
ogy. 
Levi Hedge, a. m. College Prof. Log. Metaph. ard 

Ethics. 
Rev. Joseph M'Kean, a.m. Boylbton Prof. Rheto. 
and Oratory 



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ney Willatcl, a.m. Hancock, Prof, Hebrew, and 

other Orient. Lang, and Eng. Lang, 
mes Jackson, m d. Heisey Prof. Theo. and Prac, 
Med. 

s , Jhn C. Warren, m.d. Adjunct. Prof. Anat. & Surg* 
*An Gorham, m.d. Adjunct Prof. Chem. and Mat. 
Med. 
Levi Frisbie, a.m. College Prof. Latin. 
>hn Furrar, a.m. Mollis Prof. Math. &: Nat. Phil, 
Ashur Ware, a.m. College Prof. Greek. 
Andrews Norton, a-m. Librarian. 
'.'J Walter Cranston, a.m. Tut. Greek. 

seph G. Kendall, am. and Willard Phillips, a.m„ 
Tut. Geog, Geom. Nat. Phil, and Elem. Astron. 

Edward Everett, a.b. Tut. Lat. 
athaniel L. Frothingham, ab. Inst. Rhe. & Orat. 
John White, am. Regent 
^N. Faucon, Instruc. French. Lang. 
Commencement. -~L&$\ Wednesday in Augnst. 
Vacations. — From Commencement four weeks; 
(From the fourth Wednesday in December, seven 
Seeks ; and frt>m the third Wednesday in May, two 
{weeks. • 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MAS.) 
[Incorporated June 22, 1793.] 

Rev. Eber.eser Fitch, d.d. President. 

Rev. Alvin Hyde, d d. Vice-President. 

Hon. Daniel Dewey, Professor of Law and Civil 

Polity. 
Chester Dewey, a. m. Professor ef Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy* 
Samuel M. Emerson, a. m ) Tn . rc 
Amatus Rohbins, a.b. ) l mors# 

Hon. Daniel Dewey, Treasurer. 
Daniel Ncble, esq. Secretary. 
Commencement, the first Wednesday in September, 
Vacations.— First, 5 weeks from Commencement. 



84 

Second, 4 weeks from the second Wednesday [^ 
January. g 

Third, 3 weeks frem the second Wednesdal P^ 
May. J 

Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 1 



BOWDOIN COLLEGE, (Me.) 

[Incorporated June 24, 1794 ] 

Rev. Jesse Appleton, d d. President. 

John Abbot, a. m. Professor of Latin and GreV 

Languages. 1 

Parker Cleveland, a. m. a. a. s. Professor of M 

thematics and Natural Philosophy. 
Rev. William Jenks, a- m. Professor of the OrienJ 
Languages and of the English Language. 
David Brigham, a. m. Tutor. 
Commencement first Wednesday, in September. 
Vacations* — First, 4 weeks from Commencemerl 
Second, 6 weeks from the first Wednesday in Ja 
uary. 
Third, 3 weeks from the third Wednesday in Ma; 



BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

[Incorporated 1T64.] 
Rev. Asa Messer, d. d. ll. d* President. 
Hon. David Howell, ll. d. Professor of Law. 
Rev. Calvin Park, a, m. Professor of Moral Philoso 

phy and Metaphysics. 
William Ingalis, m. d. Professor of Anatomy an< 

Surgery. 

Solomon Drown, m. d. Professor of Materia Medic. 

and Botany. 

Vacant, Professor of Chemistry. 

John Bailey, a. m. Tutor and Librarian 

Josephus Wheaton, a. b. Tutor 

Commencement first Wednesday in September. 



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Vacatiozis— First, 3 weeks from Commence merit 
Second, 8 weeks from tha last Wednesday in Dec. 
Third, 2 weeks from the third Wednesday ir. May 
umber of Graduates at the last Commencement 35. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N.H.) 
[Founded in i769 ] 
|Ion. John Wheelock, ll.d. President and Profes- 
sor of Civil and Ecclesiastical History 
Rev. Roswell Shurtleff a. m. Professor of Divinity 
.benczer Adams, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 
Cyrus Perkins, m. d. Professor of Anatomy. 
ev. Zephaniah Swift Moor, a. m. Professor of 
Languages. 

fosiah Noyes, m. d. Lecturer on the Theory and 
Practice of Physic. 
Rufus Graves, a. m. Lecturer on Chemistry. 
Cyrus Mann, a.m. 1 -,_ 

Thomas LMurdock, A. B.j * utors - 
Commencement, 4th Wednesday in August. 
Vacations.— First 4& weeks from Commencement* 
I Second, 8i weeks from the 1st Monday in January. 
(Number of Graduates at the last Commencement, 41 

THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION OF AN- 
BOVER. 
[Founded A.D. 180/.] 
Rev. Ebenezer Porter, a. m. Bartlet Professor Sa- 
cred Rhetoric. 
Rev. Leonard Woods, D. D. Abbot Professor Chris- 
tian Theologr.- 
Rev. Moses Staart, A. M. Assoc. Professor Sacred 
Literature. 
Vacations.— 1st— Six Weeks from the Thursday 
following the 1st Wednesday in May. 

2d— Six weeks from the Thursday following the 
4th Wednesday in September. 
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MIBDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

[Incorporated Nov. 1800.] 
Rev. Henry Davis, D. D. President, 

fon. Daniel Chipman, A. M. Professor of Law. 
rederick Hall, A M. A. A.' S. Professor of Math 
ematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. John Hough, A. M. Professor of Languages a 

Joel Lindsley, A. B. *> T t 

Samuel S. Davis, A. B. 5 l utors ' 

Peter Starr, Esq. Secretary. 

John Simmons, Esq. Treasurer and Inspector 
College Buildings. 

Commencement, — 3d Wednesday i» August. 

Vacations. — 1st— Three weeks from Commefice 
menu 2d— Ten weeks from the 1st Wednesday ia 
January. 
Number of Graduates at the last Commencement^ 

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT. 

[Established Nov. 1791] 

Rev Daniel C.Sanders, d. d. President 

James Dean, a.m. a. a. s, Professor of Mathematics 

and Natural Philosophy 
JohnPomeroy, m.d. Professor of Anatomy and Sur 

gery, and of the theory and practice of Physic I 

Hon Royal Tyler, Professor (elect) of Law 
Jason Chamberlain, a. m, Professor of the Learned 

Languages 
(Vacant) Professor of Belles Lettres 
(Vacant) Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy 
(Vacant) Professor of Modern Languages 
Ozias Buel, Esq Treasurer 
Warren Lcomis, a.m. Secretary 

UNION COLLEGE SCHENECTADAY, 

N. Y. 
Rev Eiiphalet Nott, d-.d- President 



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CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS 

AND SCIENCES. 

[Incorporated October 1799] 
Rev Timothy D wight, d.d.ll.d. President 

His Excellency John C, Smith, "\ 

His Honour Chauncey Goodrich Y VJ p . , , 

Gen. David Humphreys, C Vice l r&siacnt - 

Hon, James Hiilhouse, ) 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin, 

R G VanPolanen, Esq. 

Hon. John Trumbull, ^ Councillor 

Hon. Jonathan lngersoll, 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d.d, 

Enoch Perkins, Esq. } 

Hon. David Daggett, £ Corres'g, Secretaries 

Sylvanus Backus, Esq. j 

Benjamin Sillimai^ Esq. Recording Secretary 

Stephen Twining, Esq. Secretary 

President D wight, "^ 

Professor Day, > Committee of Publications 

Professor Siliiman, j 

Annual meeting 4th Tuesday of October 

dj" Nathan Smith, m. d. is appointed to deliver a 
Disstrtation at the next annual meeting ; and in case 
of his failure, the Rev. Elijah Waterman to supply 
his place. 

~~7n^RPORATED" cities. 

NEW-HAVE v. 

Hon, Elizur G©od rich, Mayor. 1 

Aldermen. 

Henry Dagget, I Simeon Baldwin, 

Joseph Darling, | Charles Denison, esq'rs ■■■ 

Elisha Munson, esq City Clerk. 

Nathan Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Oyer White, Clerk- of City Court. 



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Seth P. Staples, esq. City Attorney. I « - c \ 



John Skinner, Josiah B. Morse, City Sheriffs 

Common-Council Men. 

James Hillhouse, Hi zekiah Hotchkiss, Thaddeus 

Beecher, James Merrirnan,* E'senezer Peck, Darnel 

Reed, Eleazer Foster, Henry Dagget, jun. John H. 

Jacocks, Seth P Staples. 

(Annual Meeting Jitst Tuesday in June*) 
*I)eceaced, 
— <s> — 
JNTEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
FJias Perkins, I Elisha Denison, 

Lyman Law, | Samuel Green, esq'rs 

Guy Richards, esq , Treasurer. 
William F. Brainard, esq. Clerk of City Court. 
David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 
Hezekiah Goddard^ EphraimChesebrough, Sheriffs, 
Commons-Council Men. 
Thaddeus Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, 
Frederick Miner, Edward Hallam, Daniel Chap- 
man. 

(Annual Meeting second Monday in June.) 
— <^— 

HARTFORD. 

His Honor Chaukcey Goodrich, esq. Mayor - 
Alder men. 
Jonathan Brace, I John Caldwell, 

Theodore D wight, | John Morgan, esq'rs 

William Whitman, esq. City Clerk, and Clerk of 
City Court 
Horace Wadsworth, Edward Moore, Sheriffs. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq* Treasurer 
Josiah Beck worth, Collector. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Auditor of City Accounts 
Com m on- Coun cil Men. 
Enoch Perkins, Isaac Bull, Edward Danforth, 



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(Richard Goodman, James Hosmer, Jacob Sargeant, 
James Ward, John Leffingwell, Peter Thacher, 
Thomas S. Williams, Thorn is Bull, Michael Oicott. 
(Annual Meeting last Monday in March. J 
— e* — - 
MIDDLETOWN. 
Hon. As her Millkr, esq. Mayor. 
Alder nun. 

Lemuel Storrs, | Timo. Southmayd, 

Neh, Hubbard, j'r | Wm. C Hall, esq'rs 

Asahel Loomis, Harvey Treadway, Sheriffs. 
John Fisk, Clerk, and Clerk of City Court. 
Common Council Men* 
Jehosaphat Starr, Alexander Collins, John R. Wat- 
kinson, Rleazer Dunham, Henry Carrington, Samuel 
Cooper, Josiah Williams, Elijah Hubbard, Chauneey 
Whittlesey, Thomas Mather, Samuel Wetmore, 
Samuel Southmayd. 
(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in January. J 
— ^ — 

NORWICH. 
Elisha Hyde, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Nathaniel Shipman, I Erastus Huntington, 
Simeon Thomas, I Joseph Williams, esq'rs 

Ebenezer Hyde, jr. Charles F. Harrington, Sheriffs 
James Stedman, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of City Court 
John Hyde, esq. Treasurer. 
Common-Council Men. 
Gerard F, Carpenter, Nathan'l Townsend, Joseph 
W. Tracy, John Hyde, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, 
Joseph Huntington. 

(Annual Meeting the 3d Monday in A/iril.J 
^g^ 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Joseph Smith, esq. Warden 
Burge ssez— Elijah Paimei*, Amos Palmer, Amos 



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Denison, Reuben Cheesebrough, Jenathan PendletonJ % 
George Hubbard, Thomas Ash, Lodowick Niles.* :y ( 

hoi 



Gurdon Trumbull, Clerk 



Oliver York, Bailiff 
William W. Rodman, Treasurer 
'^Deceased. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

John S. Cannon, Warden 
Burgesses— Reuben Tweedy, Isaac Hinman, Jos. 
Backus, Samuel Hawley, Daniel Sterling, Salmoa 
Hubbel. 

Richard Hyde, Clerk 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 



HARTFORD 

John Caldwell, President 
Thomas S. Williams, Secretary 

NEW-HAVEN 

Elias Shipman, President 
John Shipman, Secretary 

NEW-LONDON 

Jared Starr, President 
David Coit, Secretary 



NORWICH 

Thomas Lathrop, President 
Samuel Tyler, Secretary 

— — «n <S& j jj„ 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, President 



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Walter Mitchell, Secretary 
1 1 Directors. — Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, 
(avid Watkinson, Daniel Buck, Thomas (ilover, 
[nomas K. Brace, James H. Wells, Ward Wood- 
ridge, Henry Hudson. 

new-haven. 

Isaac Tomlin'son, President 

John H. Lynde, Secretary 

ij, I Directors. — Isaac Tonalinson, John Nicoll, Titus 

iu • [Street, Win. Hawley, John H. Jacocks, Wm. Bris- 

oll, Nathan Smith, Aaron Smith, William McCrack- 

n. » 

MTDDLETOWN. 
Elijah Hubbard, President 
Thomas Hubbard, Secretary 
Ij Directors^— Elijah Hubbard, John R. Watkinson, 
Samuel Wetmore, Joseph W% Alsop, Josiah Williams, 
Daniel Rand, Samuel Gill 

NORWICH. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Treasurer 
Joseph Williams, Secretary 
Directors. — Nathaniel Shipman, Daniel Coit, Ben- 
jamin Coit, Erastus Huntington, Jesse Breed, Oeze- 
kiah Perkins, Charles P. Huntington, Daniel La 
throp, James Stedman. 



BANKS . 

— ^> — 
ttARTFORD BANK. 
John Caldwell, President 
Kormand Knox, Cashier 
Directors.— John Caldwell, John Morgan, Ephraitn 
Root, George Goodwin, William Mose'y, Nathaniel 
Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, Chauncey Demhig, Mar- 
tin Ellsworth, 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

iEneas Monson, jun. Esq. President 

Wm. Lyon, Cashier 

Directors — iEneas Monson, juh. Frederick Hunt 1 J 

John Niccll, Titus Street, Gilbert Totten, Ebenezef' 

Peck, Abraham BLhop, David Daggett, Ebenezei 

Huggins. 

Capital by charter g40G,0G0, actually paid in'330,0(llC; 



tllai«) 



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EAGLE BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 
William W. Woolscy, President 
George Hoadly, Cashier 
Directors. —William W- Woolsey, James Good- 
rich, Eli Whitney, Isaac Tomlinson, Charles Deni- 
son, Abi aham Bradley, 3d. Elias Shipman, Roger 
Sherman, Henry Daggett, jun. 
Annual Meeting, 20th July 

BRIDGEPORT BANK* 
Isaac Bronson, President 
George Hoyt, Cashier 
Directors* — Isaac Bronson, Samuel W. Johnson, 
Elijah Boardman, Isaac Hinman, Wm. Peet, Ebene- 
ze v Jesup, Joseph Nicholls, Abijah Hawley, Salmon 
Hubbell. 



DERBY BANK. 

William Leffingwell, President 

John Fitch, Cashier 

Directors. — William Leffingwell, Leman Stone, 

James Lewis, WilHam Mansfield, Garrit Smith, 

James Henry, David Daggett, Garry Bacon, Thomas 

Vose, Charles Sherman, John Shipman. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedediah Huntington, President 
Robert Hallam, Cashier 



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>ire ctar*.* ^-Jedediah Huntington, Bela Peck, Geo. 
jllam, Daniel Lathrop, Jonathan Sta» r, Joseph 
t-kins, Joseph Carew, Charles Bulkley, Guy Rich- 
(Is, Lyman Law, Nathaniel Richards, Edward Hal- 

i Richard McCurdy 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 
Elisha Denison, President 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier 
Directors. — Elisha Denison, Elias Perkins, Ed- 
rd Chappell, Isaac Thompson, William Williams, 
(cob B. Gurley, James Lewis, Calvin Goddard, 
J. 'flushing Eells 

MIDDLETOWN BANK, 
Nehemiah Hubbard, jun. President 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier 
Directors. — Ne-emiah Hubbard, jun. Ebenezer 
(age, Lemuel Storrs, Elijah Hubbard, Josiah Wil- 
liams, John K. Watkinson, Joseph VV. Alsop, Samuel 
IVetmore, Jonathan Starr 
Days for discount — Tuesdays and Fridays — Hours 
f business 9 to 12, 2 to 4— Annual meeting of Stock- 
.olders, 1st Taursday January 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, President 

Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier 

Directors. — Ebenezer Huntington, Thomas La- 

;hrop, Simeon Breed, Jabtz Huntington, John L. 

Buswell, Roger Bulkley, Zachariah Huntington, 

Dwight Ripley* Charles P. Huntington, Benjamin 

Doit, h.%% Fitch, Joseph Huntington, Andrew Perkins. 

POMFRET AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Lemuel Ingalls, esq. President 



94 
Thomas Allen, esq, ? x 7 . „ „ ' . , ._ 
-Darius Mathewson, j Vice-Presidents 

Sylvanus Backus, esq. Treasurer 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Secretary 
Benjamin Duick, ^ 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. f Committee of 
Sylvanus Backus, esq. / Correspondence 
James M'CIellen, 1 

Annual meeting for the choke of officers, the 3 
Monday tn January.] 



INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Inspector General 

Deputy Inspectors of Bee f and Pork. 
Jared Scarborough, esq. for Hartford county 
Dyer White, esq, for New-Haven county 
Shuhael Breed, esq. for New-London county 
Satnuel Rowland, esq. for Fairfield county 
John Parish, esq. for Windham county 
James Morris, esq. for Luchfield county 

Deputy Inspectors of Fish. 
Eliphalet Holmes, esq. ? For New-London, and 
Shubael Breed, esq. 5 Middlesex county 

MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Col. Joseph Trumbull, "> J ids -de- Cam fi to the 

Col. William M# Smith, $ Commander in Chief* 



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HIS HONOR 

CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, 

Lieutenant General. 



< }r dids-de-Camfi 

or-General Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Adjutant 

General 
|ajor Thomas M. Huntington,") 4t -j ,. r~—h 
pajor H$nry Hudson, ' $ JuU-dc-Camfi 

Coh John Mix, Quarter-Master-General 
Jan.es R. WoodbrMge, ^ M(an (s 

Col. James Ward, Commissary General 
Roswell Bartho lomew, £ ^ sis(anlx 

lajor Hezekiah Goddard, Pay- Master-General 
on in — 
GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 



AT HARTFORD. 

irsr. Joshua P. Burnham, Major Commandant 

James Fortune, 1st Lieutenant 

Henry Keyes, 2d Lieutenant 

Daniel Buck, Cornet 
IOT. Isaac D. Bull, Major Commandant 

Eliphalet Terry, Captain and 1st Lieut. 

Richard E. Goodwin, 2d Lieutenant 

Philo Hillyer, 3d Lieutenant 

James M. Goodwin, 4th Lieutenant 

James IL Wells, Ensign 






AT NEW-HAVEN. 

•rse. William A Babcock, Major Commandant 
Josiah B. Morse, 1st Lieutenant 
Ralph I. Ingersol), 2d Lieutesant 
; Enos A. Prescott, Cornet 



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FOOT. Luther Bradley, Major Commandant ^ 
Timothy Bishop, 1st Lieutenant 
Jared Doolittle, 2d Lieutenant 
Timothy Plant, 3d Lieutenant 
Hezekiah Hotchkiss, jr. 4th Lieutena: 
Horace Beach, Ensign I ft 



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FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Seventh Brigades 
Solomon Cowles, esq^ Major General 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Moses Tryon, jun. esq Brigadier General 
Peter B. Gleason, Brigade Major and Inspecto; 
Sheldon W*. Candee, Brigade Quarter-Master 



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1st regt. Luther Fitch, lieut. col. command: 
Martin Ellsworth, 1st maj. James Leomis, 2d m 

Charles Hosmer, adjutant. Henry A. Rowlai 
chaplain. Horatio G. Hale, quarter master. Ti 
othy Loomis, pay master. James E. Hart, surgec 
Vacant surgeon's mate. 

Artillery Company — Nathan Johnson, capt. Se 
Whiting, 1st lieut. Jabez Ripley, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants £nsigns 

Light Infantry 
Jeremiah Brown Nathan Allyn James Doolittle 
Eli Wadsworth Jos'h WoedbridgeWilliam Bentoi 



Robert T.MatherHenry Loomis Augustin Drake 
Giles Ellsworth Erastus Ellsworth Joel Thrall 
M. Goodman, jr. David Selden Samuel Hurlbut 
John Palmer Philander RowellDavid Holcomb 
Hez. Webster Benoni Hubbard Samuel Cadwell 
John F. Waters Erastus Baiber Elijah Fii'ey 
James Marsh W.Wadsworth2dD>er White 



regt. Calvin Barber, lieut. col. commandant 
nold P. Humphreys, 1st maj. Jesse P. Holcomb, 
laj. Haynes Woodbrirlge, adjutant. Allen M' 
fi, chaplain. George Cornish, jr. quarter-master 
ry O. Phelps, pay-master. Gideon Case, sur- 
. Benjamin Weed, jr. surgeon's-mate 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
c Phelps, j'r Starling Dibble James Lewis 
h, Casson, j'r Abner Case Leman Reed 

'lander Case James Cornish Asa Cornish 

HumphreysAriel Hoskins Zebina Moses 

Jl Clark Joab Owen Hervey Skinner 

fed Mills, j'r Gad Curtis Ralph Dyer 

ies Hugginsj'rJoab Griffin Orange Case 

Ira Adams, j'r Loin Humphc-ys Seymour A. Moses 

in Veits Elihu Holcomb Erastus Roberts 

iver Filley Eben'rSheppard David Pinney 

th regt. Eara Brainerd, lieut. col. commandant 
..niel Harden, 1st maj. Francis M'Lean, 2d maj. 

[Chester King, adjutant. Andrew Yates, chaplain. 

peph M. Merrow, quarter-master. Stephen B # 

•ood win, pay-master. Eieazer M'Cray, surgeon, 

iavid Betnis, surgeon 's-mate 

' Artillery Company. —Amherst Reynolds, captain, 

iiles Olmsted, 1st lieut. George Auckland, 2d lieut. 

Villiam Jones, 3d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 

Rastus Strong Martin Rockwell 

lehemiahOsbornStephen ileath 

oseph Goodwin Joseph P. Jones Timothy Spencer 
)avid Abbey Charles S. PhelpsFriend Noble 
ohn Howard Aaron Furrner,j'rEben'r Strong, j'r 
closes Ensign Edward Forbes Henry Hayden 
ustus Mlunney Clark Foster Ebenezer Smith . 



Amos Buckland 
lohn A. Hall 
William Culver 
Simeon Barber 
Elizur Hoilister 



9* 

William Wilson Minor White ■ 



Elliott Palmer 
Peter Buckland 
Eli Morton 
Francis Brown 



Solo. Car pen i abez 
Benjamin Wo tf 
Asahel Loomi 1 [hoi 
Pierpont Holii ft 



22d regt. Elijah Smith, lieut. col. command; 
Nathan H. Rose, 1st maj. Samuel Bradley, 2d n 
Abner S. Porter, adjutant. Hubbe! Loomis,ch 
lain. Willard Hutchinson, quarter-master. Bilii 
Grant, pay-master. Judah Bliss, surgeon. Rhoi 
phus Ladd, surgeon 's-m ate 

Artillery Company* — Vacant capt. Daniel ! 
Badger, 1st lieut. William Porter, 2d lient. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
IL Washburn Josh. Howse Amos Harvey 

John Kingsbury Elijah Whiton Arial Chapma 



Joseph Dow James White 

Darius Alden Alvin Hyde 
John Warren, jV Roger Barber 
Joseph Merrick2dlsaac Niles 
Samuel CrawfordAbner Badger 
Joseph G. Norton Levi Sweetlandj 
Sam*l E. Johnson Eber Spelmanj 
Oliver Foot Caleb Carlton 



David Roberts ( 
Samuel Jones 
Ralph Cobb 
Philip Porter 
Willard Badgei 
VDaniel Lootnis s 
rJona. Johnson,] 
Wyllys Pease 



31st regt. Amariah Kibbe, jr. lieut. col. com'd 
Robert Morrison, 1st ttmj. Vashni Hall, jr.2d ma 
Roswell Parsons, adjutant. William L. Strong 
chaplain. Peter B. Potur, quarter-master- Wii 
Mather, pay-master. Horatio A. Hamilton, surgeor 
Vacant, surgeon's mate 

Captains Lieutenans Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
Jabez King Eliphalet Collins Lorrain T. Pease 

Fred» Taylor SauYlNQrris,jv, Jpaa» Remington 



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risto. Jones. Tho. Austin, jr. David Bement 
r {[4bez Collins JonahGriswOld.jr.Chester Allen 
"4b Hurlburd, jr. David Meackam Oliver Collins 
3 ffhomas Chandler Obed Hale Alpheus Pease 

1o %ike Kibbe John Phelps Calvin Hall 

hilhp Nelson Isaac Pomeroy Barlow Rose 
Horace Kendall Simon Kendall jr. Carlos Harmon 
rael Phelps Vacant Apollos Phelps 



Fir vt Regiment of Caualrxj 

Jonathan Bartlett, lieut. col. commandant 

Oliver C. Phelps, major. Brainard Carrier, adju* 

(ant. Shubael Bartlett, chaplain. Alexander Wells, 

jjuarter-master. ' Jabez T. Taylor, pay-master. John 

* m* Hanchet, surgeon, Eliel D. Smith, surgeoa's- 

Imate 



1st Com/i an y 
aijRoger Phelps, capt. 
[Mack C Webster, ist It. 
Warren Marshall, 2d It. 
orace Goodwin, Cornet 

2d Company 
Austin Pheips, capt. 
Asaph Puller, 1st hear 
Joseph Finney, 2d lieut. 
"Lrastus Graham. Cornet 

3d Company 
Epaph. L. Phelps, sapt. 
John Collins, 1st lieut. 



Samuel Belcher, 2d lieut. 
Aaron Nash, cornet 

4sJi Company 
Oliver Holt, capt. 
Henry Cogswell, 2d, lstlt. 
Charles Hatch, 2d lieut. 
John T. Colburn, cornet 

5-th Company 
Nathan Pease, jr. capt* 
Timothy Abbe\,lst It. 
Bela Bemont, 2d It. 
William G. Moran, cor't 



SEVENTH BRIGADE 

LeviLusk, esq. Brigadier-General 

George Plummet*, Brigade Mijor and Inspector* 

Seta IV North, Brigade Quarter-Master 



6th recti Martin Kellogg, jun. esq i lieut. com'dt 
Joseph Stillman, 1st raaj. James Seliew, 2d maj.. 
Reuben North, adj. Howell YVooibridge, quarter 



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master. Vacant, chaplain. Horace Latimer, p :1 
master. Daniel Fuller, surgeon. Samuel Wo 

•ward, surgeon's-mate K 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Palmer Wm. Willard Simeon Churcl 
Jesse Goodrich Thomas Mygatt Eli Stoddard 
BenjaminHaleJr. Israel Goodrich Amos H- Trea 
Edm. Bulkeley Austin Robbins Wm. Robbins 
Joseph Gamp Wm. Deming Simeon StoddarJ 
Jared Strickland Walter Hale George Covei 
Noah Try on Ch. Strickland James Alger 
Benj. Wi.cox Joseph Galpin Wm. Hollister *, 
— — 
15th Keg. Elijah Manross, lieut. col. ccmMt. 
George Cowles, 1st maj. Gad Frisbie, 2d maj. 
Samuel Steele, adj't* Noah Porter, chaplain. Hie 
ard Bawn, quarter-master. Thomas Gleason, pa 
master. Titus Merriman, surgeon. Asahel Yal 
surgeon's-mate. 

Matrons Company — Thomas Botsford, captaii 

Philo Tves, 1st lieut. Daniel Woodruff, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company 

Timothy Cowles Channcey Sweet MarkThompsoi 

Light Infantry 
Jervis Root Samuel Barnes Philo Be- nes 

Romanta Porter Romeo Welton Alfred Cowles 
Jabez Langdon Nathan Williams Tirno. Botsford 
Ezekiel Andruss Seth T. 'North Joseph Shipman 
John S. Mitchell Isaac Norton Samuel Dutton 
Ephraim Roper Stephen WakeleyMartin Smith 
Dan Deming Thomas Calder T. L. Thompson 
Joel Karnes Wm. Marks Elizur Dudley 

Ab. Pettibone, jr.Giles Griswoid Norman Nearin^ 

23d reg-t. Enoch Huntington, It. col. com'dt. 
Daniel White, 1st major. JosiahSage, 2d do, 



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J Chauncey Whittlesey, adjutant. Samuel Cooper, 
y-master. Ebenezer VV. Sage, quarter-master, 
an Huntington, chaplain, John Richmond, surgeon, 
•seph F. Gilbert, surgeon \s-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry 
f athan Wilcox Thomas Sill Daniel Doud 

Jeremiah Taylor Charles Churchill Seth Branch 

hharles Brewer Josiah Wetmore Elizur Barnes 
Isaac Webber Amasa Savage Joseph Williams 
Uron C. Sears Jacob Roberts JosiahM.Hubbard 
loel Bartlett Jesse Hall John Wilcox 

itephen Stocking Thomas Seklen Simon Selden 
>eth Birdseye Lathrop Lee Bel a Coe 
Nat.Markham,jr.Enos Johnson Olmsted Gates 
:)[Vsaph Abbey David ChittendenDaniel Smith 
] f ohn Bacon, jr. Nath'l Boardman Lemuel White 

24th regt. Jonah Gales, lieut. col. commanYit. 
Joshua Bulkeley, 2d. 1st maj. Jona. Beck with, *d do* 

Samuel Kelligg, 2d. adjutant. William Lyman t 
:haplaia. Abraham Shepard, quarter-master. E- 
paphroditus Champion, jun. pay-master. Jasse 
Bigelow, surgeon, Vacant surgeon's-mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensign 

Samuel Crowel Jos. O.Ackley Joseph Br ai nerd 
KewhallTalntor ElkanahWiiliamsErastus Chester 
William Palmer Phin. Gates, jun. Caleb Gates, jun, 
Daniel Carrier Elisha Brown Erastus Carrier 
IraHandall Avery Morgan Andrew Billings 

Mauley Beebe Thomas Swan Israel Cone, jr. 
Baruch BeckwithSdm'l B. Griffin Wells Anderson 
Elisha Morgan Harris Rogers Mark Dodge 
— ^ — 

7th .Regiment Cavalry. 
; David Deming, esq. lieut. col. cornmardant. 
Martin CowkSjesq. major. Edbei t Cowlcs, ad- 

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jutant* Joshua L. Williams, chaplain. Abner Bi< 
well, quarter-master. James Cowles, pay-maste 
Elijah Flowers, surgeon, Horace Southmayd, su: 
geon's-mate. 

. 2d Troop,* i Chaimeey Hooker, 2d d 

Elisha Kirby, captain Timothy H. Root, corn* I 

Asa Boardman, lsi lieut. J 5 th Troofi 

Alpheus Shumway, 2d do. Reuben Dunham, captai 1 
Baniel Bacon, cornet David Hubbard, ist lieu 1() 

3d Troofi * j Erastus Sage, 2d do. 

Levi Barnes, captain j Richard Wilcox, cornel 
Urban Barrett, 1st lieut. | 6th Troofi 

PhiieaK nW odrufif,,d dc. David Buell, captain 
Phinehas Pa* dee, cornet Eleazer Veasey, l^t lieu: 

4*4 froofi \ Cbauncey Clarke, 2d do. 

Vacant, j cap;a in [ Selden Cooke, cornet 

Ozim Wood tufF, 1st lieut- J 

* The Ut Troofi belongs to the State Corfis* 



second division; 

Consisting of the 2d and 4th Brigades 
John Hubbard, e*q Major-Gene rah 

Mp) Chau-cev Hunce, ) >V> , n ^ . 
m Ebenezer Hu.gins, ) ^^'^Cam fi 

-«S& 

SECOITD BRIGADE. 

Hezekiih Howe. esq. Brigadier-General 
John II Lynde. Brigade -Major and Inspector 
Wed worih Wadswo. th, brigade quartet -master 

2d rk.gt. Ehsha 1 Bull e v .q„ lieut. col. comm'ndt 

Beri'ah Bradley, 1st major. John Beach, 2d do. 

Stephen Muggins, adjutant, David Austin, chap 

laim.. Mi'vey ta ford, quarter-master. Leveri 

Hubbi'd ' t nu- wrists r. Eti lves ; surgeon, 'finiuttij 

P« Beers, surgeon's* smate* 



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'1 Cat) tarns Lieutenants Ensigns 

"Sul Bradley, Samuel Willmot Norman Dexter 
ha PundersonEli Gilbert Sheldon Swift 

jjios Morris j'r James ThompsonJames VVedmore 
^lemon Smith Enos Smith Thaddeus Clark 

ant Jesse Brocket Pierpont Brocket 

mard Ives Timo. Andrews Eliaqa Tuttle 
brose TuttJe Leverit Tuttle Amos Goodyear 
M |ob Whiting Lyman Ford Major Goodsell 

*fh REGT. John Brainard 2d, lieut col. comm'dt. 

oseph Shipman, 1st major. Obediah Platis, 2d do. 
uel Hart j'r, adjutant. Aaron Hovey, chaplain, 
aziah Bray, quarter-master. LinusParmeIee,pay~ 

ster. Samuel Carter, surgeon. Ezra S. Mather, 

jrgeon's mate. 

Captains Lieutenants EnsigJis 

illiam Clark Timothy Pratt Jr. Benjamin Dow<!, 

ideon Hrggins Aaron Brainerd Thomas Shai'er 
mj M.min Hurd George Budl Nath'l Redfield. 
jbez Sonth worth John Bull j'r Barnabus Bates 

hsil Hill Austin Willcox Aaron Busbnell 

mes Walkley Amos Smith Miohael M'Nary 

loses Willcox Aaron Willcox Jeremiah Hull 
[tohariah Clark Eleaz^r Clark J'thn- Buckingham 
Ym Hubbard SylvesV Brainerd J*>b Hubbard j'r 

leant c Lorenzo Smith William A. Hall 

10th regt. Solomon R. Hall; esq. It- col. ecm'dt. 

Peuben W. Rovce, 1st major. William Marks, 
9 do Turhand K. Conk, adjutant James N^yes, 
liaplain. John Barker, quarter-master: Lyverus 
iarrm^ton, pav-master. — — — , Surgeon. Ly- 
mn Parke**, surgeon 's-m ate. 

Ca/uazns Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
amuel Peck Ethelb-rjt BenhamJoel Peck 
aleb Thompson Caleb Ccofc j*r Asaph Hall 



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Butler Ives Ira Andrews William Todd 

Jesse Smith Charles Robinsonlchabod Camp 

Thaddeus Street Phinehas T. Ives Thos. D. Mos: I 
OziasCamp Jesse Atwell Jesse C. Hull f 

Koswell Cowles . Lyman Collins Samuel Yale J? 
Abraham Barns Benjamin Piatt Ransom Tuttlej lt 

%7th regt- Abel Rossiter, lieut. eel. cornmanj 

Benj, Baldwin, 1st maj. Jere. Parmelee, 2d maj 

Augur Wildman, adjutant. Timothy P. Gillet, ch 

lain. TheophilusScrantonj'r quarter-master. 1 

than Bushnell, pay-master; Anson Foot, surge 

■ , surgeon's-mate. 

Ca/i tains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
J'n B. ChittendenWilliam Hart Joel Parmele j 

Amos Fowler Samuel Burgis* George Grisw 
Joel Ives Chandler Barker Wm. R. Johns 

Sam'l H. Stone Benj. Bradley David Parmeli 
Eben'r Judd Curtis VVillcax Julius Doud 

Augustus Russel Samuel Harrison Alfred Rose 
David ChittendenGideon Stow Joseph Chidse; 
John Foote Malichi Cook Dennis Talma 

Theodore Hopson Josiah Coan Ichabod Stever 

S2d regt. Ira Smith, esq lieut. col. commanl 
William Fenn, 1st maj Dr. Barnabus Woodcoj 
2d major. Truman Coe, adjutant. Caleb Pitll 
chaplain. John Davis, quarter-master. Daniel Bel 
win, psy-m aster. Liberty Kimberly, surgeon. J<| 
Carnngton, surgeon's mate. 

Cafi tains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadiers. 
Joseph Piatt Michael Peck Nathaniel Smii 

Phinehas Peck Timothy Ball j'r Arch'd A.Perliji 

JJehemiah Clark Daniel Clark Luke Clark 



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Jinpljavid Jackson Isaac Thompson Lewis Reemer 
" jephen B. Ford Andrew Beard j'rSamuel Burns 
laac Beach Jehn Darling Thos. S. Bevings 

ideon Riggs Anson Davis Sheldon Clark 
(itchel Peck Naihan NettletonAllen Thomas 
[avid Lum John Lum Asa Basset 

Jfm* HumphreysJohn W* WoosterJohn White 'ft 



m 2d Regiment Cavalry. 

M Seth P- Staples, lieut. col. commandant. 

ge| Oliver Clark, major. George Koadley, adjutant, 
amuel Merwin. chaplain. Isaac Benton, quarter- 
master. David L. Baldwin, pay-master. Jonathan 
Iwnight, surgeon. James Gilbert, surgeon's-mate. 



1st Troop. 
JThaddeus Harrison, capt. 
ymanAtwater, 1st. lieut. 
jias Cooper, 2d do. 
"edad Atwater, cornet 

2d Troop. 
ewis Clark, captain 
ames Brainard, 1st lieut. 
dmond Bushnell, 2d do. 
en Walkley, cornet 



3d Troop. 

Chauncey Hall, captain 
Billious Cook, 1st lieut. 
Charles A. Stanley, 2d do. 
Hiel Hall, cornet 

Ath Troop. 
Icha, A. Woodruff, capt. 
Jonas F.Merwin,lst lieu 
Jonathan Andrew, 2d do 
David R. Baldwin, cornet 



Battalion of Artillery annexed to the 2d Brigade. 

Charles Sherman, esq. major. Joseph A. Bishop, 
captain. Lewis Rotchkiss, 1st. lieut. Raphael Dick- 
inson, 2d lieut. Philos Biake, 3d lieutenant, 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Enoch Foote, esq. Brigadier General. . 
Henry May, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Benjamin S. Smith, Brigade Quarter-Master.' 

4th regt. Gershom Burr, lieut. col. commands. 
John Meeker, 1st major. Gurdon Baitram, 2d roaj. 



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Thomas Sturges, adjutant. Heman Humphrey, ch 
lain. Edward Avery, quarter-master. Thaddl 
VV Bennet, pay -master. William B. Nash, surged 
Uriah Par rock, surgeon's mate- Burr it Bradl ma: 
quarter-master sergeant. Ezra Burr, sergeant it. I.' 
Samuel Beers, drum-major. Peter Silliman, fife-m ma 

Matross Company. 
Lewis Gorham, captain. Jeremiah Burton, 1st 
Captains Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Joseph Sturges Robert Knap btep'n Morehoi 
Walter SherwoodJr.nathan Lewis Azor Osborne 
Isaac Bennet John W. HanfordBurr Meeker 
A. D. Baldwin Daniel Gould Peter Winter 
Benj. W. DarlingElias Persons Sturges Cole 
David B. GodfreySUliman Godfrey Albert Lockwc I 
Oliver C. Sanford Joseph L, DarlingMoses Banks I 
Walter WhitlockJohn B. Merit Hiram Couch I 
Benj.Beardsleej'rCyrus Silliman Samuel Lyon 

9th regt. Samuel Dean, esq, lieut c&L comm 
libenezer Mead, 1st major. Joseph Lockwood, 
major. Nathan H. Reed, adjutant. Amzi Lew 
chaplain. Abishai Scofield, quarter-master. Wi 
Keeler, pay-master. Samuel Webb, surgeon. Jo: 
Auger, surgeon's-mate. Henry Close, sergeant-m; 
Samuel Smith, quarter-master sergeant. Elias Pec 

fife-major. — , drum-major. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
William Smith Daniel LockwoodSilas Scofield 
Gideon Holmes Isaac Peck Vacant 

RufusiVaterfeury Seth P. QuintardAsahel Johnson 
Alex'r Henclric Stephen Ferris John Ferris 
]3ates Hoyt Peter Smith David Hoyt 

David Hobbs Vacant Vacant 

Monm'th Wilson William Leonard Theo's Brunda; 
Edward Brush Alex'r Ingersoil William Husted 
Seth Mead Drake Husted Vacant 

Elijah Weed Philo Weed Haratio Weed 



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!8th regt. Philo Lewis, esq. lieut. cert, -cotrnnd't. 
James Beardsly, 1st major. l)aniel Burritt, 2d ma> 
shbel Baldwin, chaplain. Caleb Beach, quarter- 
aster. Charles B. Hubbell, pay-master. William 
Shelton, surgeon. John A. Tomlinson, surgeon's- 
ate. 

Matrons Coivpany* 
Philip Walker, captain. William Warden, nt» 
ieuteuant. Anson Sherman, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

oseph S« Porter David B. Brooks William Cannon 

|Nath'n SherwoodMather Curtis Israel Blackman 

.lijali Booth Judson Peck j'r Stiles Judson,jY 

William EdwardsEben'r Wheeler Ephraim Curtis 

,li L. Hawley William Clark William Richards 
Lewis Fairchild Robert Mallet Elihu Beach 



Eli Lacy 



Hervey Summers I. A. Beardslee 



4th regt. Nehemiah Lockwoed, lieut. col. comd't 
William Belden, 1st. maj. Charles Hanford, 2d maj. 
Jared Ayres, adjutant. Sylvanus Hoyt, chaplain. 
Daniel Richards, quarter-master. Fitch Hanford, 
pay-master. Samuel S. Noyes, surgeon. Samuel 
Betts, sergeant-major 

Matross Company. — Adam Swan,capt. - — «■— ~ 
1st It. Joseph Keeler, 2d lieut. ', 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadiers. 
John Watrous Samuel Smith Samuel Kellogg 
Ezra Benedict Kezekiah St.johnDavid Lockwocd 

William I. StreetLemuel Glover Eli B Bennet 
S. B. Gruramon Philip Northrop Thaddeus Scott 
Joseph Bouton Asa Benedict Wray Sellock~ 
William Dudley Charles Rnapp Ira Betts 
Cary Weed Noah Weed Holl< y Seymour 

Elijah Reed James Clock Ralph Hoyt 



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Jabez Adams Samuel Gorham Daniel Murry,, 
Isaac Abbot Samuel Beers 



erg' 
erg 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry* 
Abel Hall, lieut. col. commandant 
James Winton, major. Moss K. Botsford, acj IBt ' 
tant. Henry Sherman, chaplain. Abijah Wort 
quarter-master. Ambrose Thompson, pay-mast 
Joseph Odie, surgeon. Peter C. Oakley, surgeon 
mate 

1st Company 



Silas C Beardsley, capt. 
Cyrus Lewis, 1st heut. 
Joseph Wheeler, 2d lieut. 
Philo Beardsley, cornet 

2 st Company. 
Aaron Bout on, capt. 
Gar. H. Newkirk, 1st It. 
John Hoyt, 2d lieut. 
Rufus Bell, cornet 



3d Company. 
Joseph W. Gorham,ca 
David Sherwood,j'rlst 
James M. Turnney,2d 
Jessy Lacy, comet 

Ath Company. 
John Brown, capt. 
Win. S. Quintard, lst."|| 
Nathan Peck, 2d. lieut. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades 

Willi: m Williams, esq. Major General 

Major Francis Richards 

Major Thomas W. Williams 



■ AidS'de-Camfi 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Jirah ishain, Brigadier-General 
George L. Per kins, brigade major and inspector 
Henry Wheat, brigade quarter-master 

3d rkgt. William Moore, 4th. lieut. col. cornel 
Increase Wilson, 1st maj. Tho, W. Williams,2d d< 
Martin Lee, adjutant. Charles Seabury, chaplaii 
Jonathan Starr, jun. quarter-master. Robert Coi 
pay-master. Dyer T. Brainard, surgeon. Natks 



109 

rj W|icl S. Perkins, surgeon 's-mate. Benjamin Brown, 
iergeant-major. Gurdon Kimball, quarter-master 
rgeant. 

Matross Company. 
I John French, captain. Henry Dennis, 1st lieuten- 
adjknt. Daniel Whittemore, 2d lieutenant. 
oJ Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
m. Stockman James Peters GeorgeRcbertson 
enry Smith Tho. S. Badet Jaccb Stockman 



Enos West Grl?ndoRaymondGuy Dolbear 

Asa Wightman Jeremy Fox Solomon Rogers 

Amos Crocker Elihu White Jere. Chappell 
Lera. G.Crocker Elisha Beokwith Philip A. Cavarlv 
John Congdon Isaac Turner Samuel Comstock 
Samuel Green Harris Rogers Guy Wheeler, jr; 

8th regt. William Belcher, lieut. col.com'ndt 
Elisha Avery, 1st. maj. Daniel Morgan, jun. 2d do. 

William Tucker, jun- adjutant. Horatio Waldo, 
chaplain. James L. Lester, quarter-master, John 
O. Miner, pay- master. Eleaser R. Downing, surge- 
on- Lueius Tyler, surgeon's-mate. Vacant, sergeant 
major. Elisha R. Brewster, quarter-master sergeant 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Crary Morgan Wfci^Palmer Le. Starkweather, 
Noyes Barber John Barber David Avery 
Amos Morgan Eiisha J.StoddardCyrus Allyn 
Joseph Lester Charles Cook Ralph Hutehinsok 
John Avery, jun. James Averill, jr.Eph. Tucker, 
Jonathan Wheeler kbe\ H, Fish Jesse A; Starr 
Stephen Billings Jacob Gallup Isaac Gallup 
Anson Avery Hebbard StoddardTho. Bellows 

20th regt. Freeman Tracy, lieut. col. com'ndt 
James Gordon, 1st major, Stephen B. Allen, 2d do. 
Russel Hubbard, adjutant, Levi Nelson, chaplain* 



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ThomasWillson, quarter-master. 'Jacob W, Kinn 
pay-master. Reuben Burgess, surgecn. Richard 
Tracy, surgeons-mate. Vacant,sergeant-maj. Vac; 
quarter-master sergeant 

Maiross Company 
Charles Thomas, captain. John Lathrop, lieut 
mant. Henry Trumbull, 2d lieutenant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Light Infantry. 
Augustus Lathr©pJohn Yeomans,jr« Timothy Mors* 

Grenadiers 
Charles French Samuel Story Martin Bushnell 

Joshua Maples John Ellis Jacob Lillie 

Daniel Gager, jr. Sim. B. Hyde Uri Hartshorn 
Bishop Burnham Solomon Lathrop Martin Warren 

Paul Harvey Eph. Benjamins LeviGeddins 

Elijah Abell Levy Harvey Guy Hough 

Alvin Abell Ambrose Peck Samuel C. Lade 1 

Luther Edgerton Erastus Cpit Thomas Gavit 

Charles Perkins Spencer Lyon Jed. Lovett 

30th regt. William Randall, lieut col.com'dnt 
Mat. Wheeler, 1st maj. Nathan Pendleton, 2d dc 

Cyrus Williams, adjutant. Ira Hart, chaplain 
I^atham Hull, quarter-master. Giles R.Hallam, pay 
master. Wiliam Lord, surgeon. John Billings, sur 
geons-mate. Henry Chesebro, sergeant-major. Joh 
P, Williams, quarter-master sergeant. 

No Artillery attached to thia Regiment. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Renison Noyes Thomas Lewis Reuben Palmer 
Asa Swan Samuel Prentice Geo. W. Bald will 

Jesse Breed William Ft ink Dudley Brown 

Lathrop WilliamsJohn W- Hull Elias Smith 
Randall Brown PhinehasWhecIcrJobn Hyde 
Lewis Kiny on David Main 2d Charles Grant 



Ill 

jijDaniel Miner Amos Holmes Phinehas Wheeler 
a !( j iWilliam Potter Horatio G,Lewis Daniel Frink 

; acj 

33d regt. Asa Comstock. lieut. coL comman'dt. 

Marsh Ely, 1st. major. Jedidiah Beebe, 2d maj. 

Samuel 8. Warner, adjutant. Lathrop Rockwell, 

flifj chaplain. Horace Ely, quarter-master. Thomas 

Criswoid, pay-master. John L. Smith, surgeon. 

Vacant, surgeon's-mate ; Vacant, sergeant-major j 

Vacant, quarter-master sergeant 

Matross Company. 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 

-Wm. Mi Smith Stephea Lay Abraham Clark 
Peter Lord Jonathan Hall William Lord 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 

Sam'l C. Selden Sam'l S. Warner Nathan Lord 
Lynde Reed Joseph Deshon Joshua ChappeU 

Calvin Comstock O^ias Holmes Israel S. Comstock 
■SylvanpsSmtthjjr.Syl v. Champ ion John Anderson 
3d Regiment Cavalry. 
William W T illiams,jun. lieut. col. commandant 
Jared Baker, major. Henry F. Lamb, adjutant. 
Abel McEwen, chaplain. Elias Brown, quarter-mas- 
ter. ErastusF. Smith, pay-master. Richard Noyes 
surgeon. Matthew Griswold, surgeons-mate. John 
Peck, sergeant major* Charles Wheeler, quarter- 
master-sergeant. 



Irt Company 
Samuel Gager, captain 
Hu^ell Hose, 1st lieut. 
W i 11 i am Ga ger 2d do. 
Elihu Brewster, coraet 

2d Company 
Nicholas Chester, captain 
Thomas Allyn, 1st lieut. 
Ehsha Avery, 5 d do. 
Jesse Gallup, cornet 



2d Company 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacnt 

Ath Company 
Stephen L. Avery,captain 
Amos Williams, 1st lieut. 
Russel Hall, 2d do. 
Oliver Swan, cornet 



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FIFTH BRIGADE. 

David Holmes, esq Brigadier General 

John Fitch, brigade major and inspector 

Andrew T. Judson, brigade quarter-master 



5th regt. John Salter, lieut. col. comm'dt m 
Jason Woodard, 1st maj. David Young, 2d maj. | flu 
Roger South worth, adjutant. Moses C. Welch, chap 
lain. Edmund Howe, quarter- master. John Tur- 
ner, pay- master, Christopher S. Avery, surgeon* 
William A. Brewste**, surgeon's-mate 

Matroes Comfiamu — Gurdon Hebard, capt* Guy 
C. Hebard, 1st lieut* D ivi-d Gager, 2d lieut. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 
AsahelHammondThomasGrow Harvey Fuller 

Light Infantry. 
Daniel F. HebardJohn Farewell Alpheus Royce 

Charles Palmer Dan Lincoln Jona. Chester 

George Swift Eiias Robinson John Trumbull 

Jona. Kingsley,j'r Ralph Carey David L. Fuller 

Horatio WoodardDavid Read Amos Brugbee 
John Holt rhomas Utley, j'rUrial Hammond 

Elisha Brigham Ebenezer Root Tho's Freeman 

Amos Chaffee Alfred Clarke Dyer Carpenter 

Benj. Chapman Asahel Kimball Daniel Whiting 

11th regt. Zepheniah Williams, lieut. col. com'dt 
Jonathan May, 1st maj: Jacob Lyon, 2d maj. 
William Hynn, adjutant. Roswell Wetmore, chap- 
lain. Samuel H. Lyon, quarter-master. Ebenezer 
Young, pay-master. James Webb, surgeon. Samuel 
C. William, surgeon's-mate 
$fatrGss Company.— Noah Sabin, capt. 



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Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Grenadier Company. 

^amuel Dresser Nehe. Jackson j'rS. S. Parkurst 

Light Infantry 

Whitemore Stephen Holmes Eleazer Kieth 



avid Brayton Webb Cutler Job Williams 
Wm. Lyon, 3d George Bowen 
ParkerCarpenterE, M. Spalding 
Calvin Day Daniel Chase 

Benj'n Bradford Isaac Hibbard 
Rums (Sorbin Aaron Elliott 
P. Cunningham.j 'rWar ren In gals 
John Bates, j'r Samuel Dike 
Solomsm Corbin John Mason 



JjEben'r Kelley 
jJSolomon Sikes 
Jjohn Chandler 
'jAlpheusCorbin 

Elijah Griggs 

John Joslin 

Hadlock Perrin 



12th regt.— Cornelius Shepard, lieut. col. com'dt. 
John Thomas, 1st maj. Samuel West, 2d maj. 
Zabdiel Hyde, jr. adj. Wm. B. Ripley, chaplain.' 
Abner Hendee, qr. -master. George Williams, pay- 
master. John S. Peters, surgeon, John Payne, sur- 
geon's-mate. 

Matross Company. — Alvin Lyman, captain. E- 
rastus Holt, 1st lieutenant. Eph. Wilcox, 2d lieut. 

Grenadier Company. — Asahel Kingsley, captain. 
Oliver Kingsley, lieutenant. Isaiah Loomis, ensign 

Light Infantry. — James Clark, captain. Oliver 
Pettis, lieutenant. John Johnson, ensign 



Captains 
Reuben Mann 
Vacant 

Erastus Wattles 
John Curtis 
John Townsend 
Edward S Ellis 
Anson Gillet 
Charles Abel 



Lieutenants 
Pierce Darrow 
Ira Holbrook 
Brewster Lee 
Orimal Bieelow 



Ensigns 
Levi Collins 
Benj Lyman 
John Giles 
Mosely Talcott 



E!iphaletHendee,jrWm. Reed 
Samuel Talcott Oliver Wilcox 
David T. Carver Thad's Porter 
Wra. C Mills Tim. Williams 



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21st regt. Daniel Wheeler, lieut col com'dt. 

George W Gordon, 1st maj. George Middl-eton, 
2d niaj. William Kinne, arij. Erastus Learned, 
chaplain, Allen Harris, qr.-master. Isaac Knight, 
pay- master. Jared Fuller, surgeon. Eleazer B 
Downing, surgeon's-mate 
Matross Company. *-*Jame5 Wilson, captain 
Light Infantry.— James Aspenwall, captain. Sam- 
uel L Hough, lieutenant. Amos Bacon, ensign 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Arch'd Tuckerman Job Munroe Asa Gallup 
Joseph Scarborough John Searls Level Cady 
Asa Dow Eiisha P PiiillipsGeo. Crary 

Calvin Hubbard Jn. H W heeler Job Shepard 
Wm. Hebbafd, jr Thos. Kings-ley Ira Adams 
John Cole Joseph Hill Fred Cole 

Jonathan Stanton Daniel Stanton Caleb Potter 
Simon -Hutch-ins John Eaton, 2d Aaron Rude 



5th Regiment Cavalry. 

Stephen F Palmer, lieut. col. commandant 
Ele ;aer Swectland, major Thomas M. Grosveno^ 
adjutant. Samuel P. '.Williams, chaplain. Isaac 
Hoxie, quarter-mast r. Abel Gay, pay-master.— 
Amusa Carrol, surgeon. Nathaniel Howes, surgeon's- 
mate 

\ 3d Company 

Roger Bailey, capt. 



\st Company 

Washington Swift, capt. 
B&nford Ke\es. 1st lieut. 
Alva tturnham,- 2d lieut, 
Rufus Bumhnm, cornet 

2d Company 
Bela P. Spalding, capt. 
Comfort S. Hyde, st It. 
Samuel Baldwin, 2d iieut. 
Festas Baldwin, cornet 



Andrew Wells, 1st lieuts 
Mason Fitch, 2d lieut. 

! Leveret Bissell, cornet 

4th Company 
Charles Smith, capt* 
Darius Matthew son, 1st It* 
Judih Lvoh, 2d lieut. 

i George Potter j corotfe 



1 IS 
FOURTH DIVISION. 

Consisting of the. 5th and 8th Brigade 
Augustine Taylor, esq. Major General 
William A. Taylor, "> .- , . ~£ 
William C Sterling, 5 ^d^c<amti 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

David Thompson, esq. Brigadier General 

Lucius Smith, esq. Brigade Major and Inspector 

Edward Burrell, Brigade Quarter- Master 



!14th reg.t. Elisha Sterling, lieut. col. comman'dt 
Ro^'l Humphreys, 1st maj. Jesse Smith, 2d maj. 
Newman Holley, adjutant. Pitkin Cowles, chap- 
in- Josiah Pettibons, quarter-master- Reuben Hunt} 
ry-master. Ovid Hunt, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
ate. Henry Olmsted, sergeant-major. EzraJew- 
", quartermaster-sergeant 
Captain* Lieutenant* Ensigns* 

Light Infantry. 
John A. Dutcher John Fellows Ira Hall i 

3avid Landoh John C. Coffing Aaron Crane 

jfohn R< ckwell Salmon Pease, Asahel North 

pliph VVhittleseyJimes Griswold Abijah Chapin 

(Robert Ho'comb R, Dutcher tfenry Post 

lames Sheldon James Bird Jared S. Harrison 

pdmund Brown Levi Grant Reuben Brown 

pushnel Khapp Augustus Phelps Isaac Spalding 

Anvs Hunt Aumah Demii:g John Lane 

John Ensign, jjr Isaac Green Walter Johnson 

Benj. Bigelow* Joseph Battle Amasa Cowles 



17th rest; - Aaron Smith, lieut. col. comm'dt 
Russell C. Abernathy, 1st -maj Morris Woodruff. 2d 
maj. F. A. Tallmadge, adjutant, Joseph E. Campy 
Ghaplain. Briant Stoddard, quarter-master. Leming;. 
Brad-lev-, pay -master. Samuel Buel ; surgeon* Vacant 
aurgeon's-mate 



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Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

CharlesBeming Ambrose Norton Vacant 

Wm Beebee Stephen Russell Levi Huyt 

Miles Norton Charles Buel David Buel 

Abijah Webster Jeremiah Holt Benoni Johnson 

Elisha Loomis Warren Loomis Jed. Eggleston 

Jn.T Mansfield Wm Hull g H'y Whittelse}! 

Zimri Skinner Marvin Griswold Champion Sco\| 

Uriel Tuttle Chester Loomis Luther Cook 

Daniel Hall John Griswold Wm. Gabriel 

James Gilbert Reuben Smith Eli Curtiss 

25th regt. Leonard Hurlbut, lieut col com'dt, 

Nathaniel Hayden, 1st maj, Jasper Bidwelh 2 
maj. Moses Hay den, adj. James Beach, chaplaii, 
Lemuel Hurlbut, qr. -master. Wm Williams, pa} 
master. Amos Beecher, surgeon. Lyman Wake 
field, surgeon's-naate 

Grenadier Comfiany* *-Wm, Goodwyn, captain 
Joel Hitchcock, lieutenant ; Harry Cowles, ensign 

Light Infantry — Eli Ransom, captain ; Luthe 
Phelps, lieutenant ; HenryjPorter, ensign. 



Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Spencer Ira Benham Eiizur Curtiss 

Joel Minor Dewitt Clark Jacob Graham 

Stephen WheadonAsahel Smith Chauacey Whit< 
Gideon Mills, jr Eben'r W r oodruff Seth Barber 
Is'l. Williams,jr.Anson Williams Geo. C. Gilman 
Samuel Austin Vacant Vacant 

Eiizur Hinsdale Josiah Smith, jr EUsha Smith 
Robert Wilcox George Adams James Merritt 

35th regt — John Dickinson, lieut col com'dt. 
David Gould, 1st maj. Georsre King, jr. 2d maj, 
Rums Baldwin, adj. Daniel Parker, chaplain. Guy] 
Waddams, qr.-master. Henry Caniield, pay- 



tit. 

aster. Samuel Gager, surgeon. Vacant, sur-. 
Con's-mate 

fatross Company. — Silas St. John 2d, captain ; Ho- 
fatio Smith, lieutenant ; Asahel Hoilister, ensign 

H Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

J! John H Pierce Josiah Hopkins Judah Lewis 
[kacariah Spencer Augustus Miles Vacant 
y |heron Beach Jonathan North Philo Smith 
fchestei field King Rufus Wright Stephen Hetk 

fcben. Backus Theron S LudingtonE, Humphrey 
|)rin Pardee Calvin Jackson Silas A Gray 

(tassel St. John Joseph Miles Erastus Lord 

jloel Wright Reuben Wilcox Luman Sciiy 

?&euben Wilcox Lyman Seely Joel Catlin 

Sixth Regi??ient Cavalry. 
Thaddeus Griswold, lieut col com'dt. 
LAbraham Burt, 1st maj. Vacant, 2d maj. Elijah 
jSaylord, adj. Frederick Marshal, chaplain. Ste- 
phen Clarke, quarter-master* Horace Glllet, pay- 
master. Joshua Cornwall, surgeon. Vacant, sur- 
geon '6-mate 

1*/ comfi. — Theodore Ensign, captain ; Abraham 
|Ring, 1st It. Isaac Bartlett, 2d do. Eber Yale, cornet 

2d com/i. — Samuel Foot, captain; John Gislet, jr, 
1st lieutenant; Oliver Allyn, 2d do ; Elihu Moor 
cornet 

3d com/i. — James Shepherd, captain ; Hosea Hins- 
dale, 1st lieutenant; Bemsley Carpenter, 2d lieuten; 
ant ; Joel Sage, cornet 

4th contfi — Samuel Bradley, captain ; Ephratm \\ 
Moss, 1st lieutenant ; Daniel Huntington, 2d ti<* 
Phineas Lord, cornet 

EIGHTH BRIGADE. 

Garrit Smith, esq. brigadier-general 
Vacant, brigade-major and inspector 
David Leavitt, brigade quarter-master 

10 



118 
13th regt.— David Bird, lieut col com'dt, 

William French, 1st major ; Abijah S Hatch, 2< 
major ; Nathaniel Tut tie, adjutant ; Rev Royal Ty 
let, chaplain ; Benjamin R Osborn, quarter-master 
Sheldon C Leavitt, pay-master ; Conant Catlin surg 

Light Infantry.— lst--Cyrenus Mallery, captain 
Thomas Hurd, lieutenant ; Hunting Beardsley, en 
sign 

2d. — Chauncey Craft,, captain ; Judson Blackmail 
lieutenant ; John Brush, ensign 

Captabis Lieutenants Ewigns 

Nathaniel Preston Asahel Mitchel, 2d Nath'l Minor 

Japhet Curtis Ahin Burr Aaron Hicok 

Seymour Knapt Adam C Kasson Beni. 3 Lake 

Lyman Painter Squire Hurlbut Eli M Smith 

Amial Pearce Gamaliel Ben 

Wm Kasson Abner Strong 

Clark Beardslee Gilbert Twichel 



Cyrus Mitche 
Amos Stil son 
Theod.Smith 



16th regt.— Vacant, lieut colcom'dt* 
Noah S. Barnham, 1st major ; Elias Starr, 2d maj 
Daniel Holly, adjutant ; Daniel Burhans, chaplain 
Russel Hoyt, quarter-master ; Marcus Botsfordi 
pay-master, Alfred H. Betts, surgeon 

Matross comfiany*— Robert Gregory, captain 
Fairchild Ambler, 1st lieutenant 

Light Infantry .—Arnold Foot, captain ; Isaai 
Scudder, 1st lieutenant 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Samuel Husted Oliver Burr Henry Taylor" 
Gold Curtis, jr Nath'l Nichols John Glover 
Daniel Hamilton Zadock BedientEli Green 
Austin Booth Charles Parks Jon'n. Fairchild 
Elias Stevens Wm B Hubbcll T VV Sherwood 
Timothy Weed Solomon Enos 
John L Andrews And'w Barnham Eli Benedict, jr. 
Charles Jonei Grmond LobdellEzra Osborn 
Eera Gilbert Sueton Shepard 



110 

26th regt.— Daniel Mills, lieut col com'dt ' 
Letr.uel Porter, 1st major ; Cyrus Clark, 2d major ; 
ohn Buckingham, adjutant ; Rev Russell Wheeler, 
hap ain ; Orlando Porter, quarter-master ; Ancr 
Sradley. jr. pay-mas'.er ; Anson Tuttle, surgeon 
Light Infantry— 1st.— James Brown, captain ; Grid- 
on Piatt, jr lieutenant ; Samuel Root, ensign 

2d.— Allen Bunnel, captain ; Benj. Fenn, lieutcn- 
nt ; Sedley Woedwavd* ensign 

Captains Lmdenants Ensigns 

Vacant Silas Greliy Ansel Porter 

James Tuttle Samuel B ScovillJohn Seymour 

I Lyman Baldwin Samuel Camp Eliel Mann 
David Wood ward John O'Brien Harry Stoddard 
Gates Upson Levi Ha it ArclVd Minor 

Ira Hotchkiss Levi Woostcr Arch'd Stephens 
; JLuther Hotchkiss Miles Hotchkiss ElihuMouithnpe 
Asa Fenn Eben'r Abbott Stephen Stone 

j 29th regt. — Timothy Mitchell, lieut col com'dt 

Philo Mills, ist major ; Levi Hubbell, 2d major ; 
jJohn M Ford, adjutant; Rev Samuel Whitteisey, 
chaplain; Angus Nicholson, quaiter-master ; Wal- 
ter Booth, pay-master ; Ebenezer Smith, surgeon ; 
Israel Graves, surgeon's mate 

Matrons comjiany. — Nathaniel Farrar.d, captain ; 
Herman Kine, ist lieutenant ■ 

Light Infantry. — Zechariah W r inegar, captain ; 
Elijah SkifT, lieutenant ; Moses Skiff, ensign 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Ranstm C Canfield Nath'l Northrop Justus Miles 
Cushman Hubbell Samuel Bordwell Lewis Roots 
Matthew Logan Taylor Mitchel Philo Clark 
Ezra Noble Wra. Mygatt 

Samuel Giilet Dan Carter Asa'l Wedge j'r 

Noble Day BirdseyeBeardsleyFben'r Evetts 

Vacant 'Vacant Vacant [sup 

Nathan'! Randall Daniel A Treat Blackraan Je- 



120 

Eighth Regiment Cavalry. 

Ebenezer D Starr, lieut col com'dt 

Baniel B Brinsmade, major ; Frederick Whiting 

adjutant ; Joseph B Belamy, quarter-master ; Luthej 

Smith, pay-master ; Rev Andrew Elliott, chaplain : 

Warren B Fowler, surgeon j Jehiel Williams, S. M 

] st company, \ 3d company. 

Smith Downs, captain J Amos Benham, captain 
l#em. Canfield, 1st lieut Arch'd Mosher, 1st lieui 



Rus'l Hickcox 2d do. 
Ross Hinman, cornet 

2 d company. 
Horace Cooke, captain 
Darius Starr, 1st lieut. 
Miles B Migatt, 2d lieut. 
Sam'i Taylor, cornet 



Drake Lock wood 2d do. 
j Henry- S Killon, cornet 

4/fc company. 
.Samuel Canfield, captain 
Augustin Canfield, 1st It 
Jonas Bryan 2d do. 
Che ster 'Bryan, cornet 



01 



. STATE CORPS- 

"Nathaniel Terry, esq. Brigadier General Cona'dt. 

Asher A. Perkins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

— -s— 

INFANTRY. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Timothy Shepard, esq. colonel 
Lucius Smith, esq. lieutenant-colonel, 
Martin Ellsworth, esq. 2. ^j a i 



Seth Comstock, esq. 



•jor* 



list Com/iany 
Eiisha Whittlesey, capt 
James C Cook, 1st lieut. 
S H. Moorehouse, 2d do 
James Warner, ensign 
Rendezvous, Danbury 

c 2d Comfiany 



Charles G. Curtis, 2d do. 
John Beers, ensign 
Rendezvous, Newtown 
3d Comfiany 
Amos Hunt, captain 
John Adam, jr. 1st lieut. 
Edward Hawley, ?d do. 



Abjah B, Curtis, captain Silas Beckley, ensign 
Joseph Tousey, is* licutj Rendezvous, Canaan 



4th Company 
Samuel Wangh, captain 
flj bavid Hall, 1st lieutenant 
tt| Samuel Buell 2d do 
Jij Dliver Goodwin, ensign 
Rendezvous, Litchfield 
5th Company 

tmuel Strong, Captain 
alter Thrall, 1st Ik ut 
Iward Seldon, jr 2d do 
.rumanzer Denslow, ens'n 
Rendezvous Windsor 
1 1 6th Comfiany 

| Moses Harden, captain 
IMichael F Mills, ist lieut 
GeOr ge McNary, 2d dtf 
I^rastus Merrills, ensign 
Rendezvous, Winsted 
7th Company 
Simon Backus, captain 
Wm H Jessup, 1st lieut 



mi 

Samuel Jackson, 2d da 
Wm Noyes, ensign 
Rendezvous, Bridgeport 

8th Comfiany 
John Buckingham, captain 
Jo.'ph H Bellamy, 1st lieut 
Samuel Frisby, 2d do 
Stephen She' ton, ensign 
Rendezvous, Watcrlown 

9th Comfiany 
Charles B King> captain 
Roderick Lawi ence,lst It 
Nath'l [Mather, 2d do 
Azor Hatch, ensign 
Rendezvous, Hartford 
10th Company 
Sam'lH Woodruff, capt 
Edward Cowles, 1st lieut 
Gustavus L Storrs, 2d do 
. Cyrus Stanley, ensign 
' Rendezvous, Farmington 



SECOND REGIMENT 

Elihu Sanford, esq colonel* 
Vacant, iiemt. col. 
Elijah Smith, esq Jitota 

Chauacey Whittclsey, esq 5 * viaj 



1st Company 
Medad Hotchkiss, captain 
John Darling 1st lieut 
Joel Motchkiss, jr 2d do 
Samuel Peck, ensign 
Rendezvous, Woodbridge 

%d Comfiany 
Asa Copeland, captain 
Eben'r Grosyenor, 1st It 
Jon 'an Copeland, jr 2d do 
Jer. Scarborough, ensign 
Renctezyous/l*omfret 

10' 



3d Company 
George Middleton, eapt 
Elkanah C Eaton, 1st It 
Jared Wilson, 2d do 
Walter Palmer jY, ensign 

Rendezvous, Plainfitld 
4?h Company 
Guy Bigelow, captain 
George Way, 1st iieut 
Solomon B Judd, 2d do 
Samuel H Fpk. ensign 

Rendezvous? Colchester 



Hth Company 
Ab'm. I.Chittenden capt. 
Ab'm. Rodgers, jr 1st It 
Wra Todd, 2d do 
Simeon Collins, ensign 
Rendezvous, Guilford 

6th Company 
John Butler, captain 
Francis F Ives, 1st lieut 
Benjamin Foot, 2d do 
Elisha Allen, ensign 
Rendezvous, Durham 

7 th Comfiany 
Frauds A Perkins, capt 
E'isha I Abel, 1st lieut 
Jedediah Tracy, 2d lieut 
Jos'h Huntingtorr, jr ens'n . 
Rendezvous, Norwich / 



122 



8th Comfiany 

Joseph Talcott, jr cuptah 

Eijah Chapman, jr 1st i 1 

Vacant, 2d do 

John Fisk, ensign 

Rendezvous, Tolland 

9th Comfiany 

Edw'd Wolcott, captain 

Roswell H Grant, 1st lieu 

Luther Parsons, 2d do 

Austin Hall, ensign 

Rendezvous, EAVindsoi 

\inh Comfiany 
Enos H Buell, captain 
David VV Post, 1st lieut 
Dennis Wetmore, 2d liei^ 
Manton Hammond, ens'n 
Rendezvous,Marlborougn 



CAY 

David Bearing, 

1st Comfiany 
Richard Lord, captain 
Vacant, 1st lieutenant 
Brainard Carrier, 2d do 
Jared S Minor, cornet 

2d Comfiany 
Wm Humphreys, captain 
Joseph Clark* ist lieut 
Hezekiah Clark, 2d do 
Sylvester Higgins, cornet 



ALRY. 

esq majorxom'dt. 

I $d Comfiany 

Thomas Hubbard, capt 
Wm Trowbridge, 1st lieut 
Wm Cotton, 2d do 
Ralph Hall, cornet 
4th Comfiany 
Jared Scarborough, capt 
Henry Hudson, 1st lieut 
Shub'l F Griswold, 2d d© 
George Goodwin, cornet 



ARTILLERY. 

William Stanley esq majov-commandant 
1st C&m/iany 
George V Jewett, capt 
Wm CBu!l, 1st lieut 
Wm'iulU 2d do 
^oah Walker, 3d do 



(Hd Comfiany 
Aniaziah Bray, captain 
Linus Parmelee, jr 1st It 
Reuben Kelsey, 2d do 
Ely A liliott. 3d do 



123 



3i Company, 
ptaii .obert Gates, captain 
Istljphn L Tomhnson, 1st It 
iyman Smith, jr 2d do 
amuel Durand, 3d do 



4th Cotnfiamj 
Sereno Pettioone, captain 
Decius Humphreys, 1st It 
John Baiber, jr 2d do 
Reuben Tulle r, jr 3d do 



CORPS OF VOLUNTEER EXEMPTS, 



TOWNS 
'Brooklyn 
Watt rtown 
fefomiret 
Woodstock 
Litjhfiiid 
Harwintou 
Killingly 
Sharon 
Marlborough 
Bethlem 
Vernon 



David Humphreys, Brigadier-General* 

First Regiment 

Thomas Grosvenor, Colonel. 

Eliphalet Holmes, Lieutenant-ColoneL. 

James Danielson, first Major 

Elisha Buell, second Major. 

Second Regiment 

Frederick Wolcott; Colonel. 

Antr Bradley, Lieutenant-ColoneL 

James Morris, first Major. 

Daniel N* Brinsmade, second Major, 

Third Regiment. 

John Caldwell, Colonel. 

Charles Jenks, Lieutenant Colonel- 

Lebius P. Tinker, first Major. 

Henry Terry, second Major. 

Fourth Regiment, 

Aaron Austin, Colonel. 

Isaac Cowles, lieutenant -col on el- 

Jeremiah W. Phelps, lstirrcjor. 

Berjamin Gould, second major 

Cnpta i ns L i.e Hfena nts 

Jos.. Scarborough Ben j. Pierce 

E leader Judd Thomas Cole 

Lemuel Inptlls 1'ho's Allen 

Cluster Child* Moses Arnold 

Urk-l Holmes Asa Bacon j'r 

Elijah Gay lord Dan'l S. Wilson Wm. B. A%rne*hy 

Hubbard Torrey Shubael I-Iubbins Luther Warren 

Thomas St. John Daniel St. John Calvin Peek 
Joel Foote Joseph Carrier Joshua Palmer 

Jrem , h Lambert Nathan Hawley Sambel Blo^s. 

J'hiiK'lni^TaicoU CornFs Roberts Oliver Hunt 



Emtgnz, 

John Parish 
DavidBucki ngham 
Sylvanus Backus 
John Davis 

Tan*es Mann 



124 

New Hartford William Cook Thomas Lee 
Warren Nath'l Swift Eben'r Tanner 

Norfolk Eleaxer Holt Aug. Ptttibone 

E. Windsor Timothy Allen Wjtfc. Thompson 

Litchfield It. N. Whittlesey Nath'l Goodwin 

HumphreysVille Joseph Riggs Ashbel Stut 
Cornwall Oliver Bumham Reuben Fox 

Middlebury Timo. Hig-gim Daniel Smith 

Canton Geo. Humphreys Joseph Dyer 

Hartford, w.divis. Moses Goodwin Elisha Mix 
Hartford, s. soei. AndV Kingsbury Geo. Goodwin 
Hartford cavalry Michael OlcOtt John Bennett 



Ellington 

Plainneld 

Windsor 

Torrington 

Enfield 

Earmington', 

Coventry 

Washington, 



Levi Wells 
Abel Andrttt 
Oliver Mather 
William Battel 
Asaph Terry 
Dau'l Tillotson 



Asa Willey 
Eben'r Eaton 
Job Allen 
Elisha Hinsdale 
Joseph Parsons 
Sam'l Bishop 



Chauneey Seymo 
Homer Sackett $£»' 
Benjamin Welch 
Joel Hoi kin 
Enos Barns 
Dan'l Holbrook 
Noah Rogers 
Iohn Bradley 
Darius Moses 
Jedidiah Mills 
lames Goodwin 
Normand Smith 
Joseph Abbett.fr pn 
Iere. Kinsman 



;rfe 

'am 

Jar 
Niai 



Elisha Edgerton Joseph Talcott 



Martin Denslow 
Seth Coe 
Caleb lones 
Elias Lewis 
Bildad Curtiss 



N^fpSn'soci.}^ 135 Trac y Eli J' ah Meeker Barnabas Abbet 



East Haddam Jeremiah Smith Josiah Griffin 
Washington, lrt^ EHMl msta 



Society 



M Elijah ] 



Antheny Strong 

Artillery 



Isaac Cone 
John Powell 



S. Fowler, 1st lieiit. 
Guilfor.l Thomas Burgess Nath. GrifTm. 2d do. 

Thos.R. Bray, 3d do. 
Fairfield, Mill riv. Jeremiah St urges Joab Squire Eben Dimon jr» i\ 

New-Haven lobnMi^jr ^$gg£ 

Fairfield, 1st soci. Walter Thorp Ab'm G. Iennings Iohn Morehouse; 

-) Samuel Gould, 1st lieut. 
Branford Eli Fooler J>David Butler, 2d do 

J William Hoadiey, 3d do. 



mtf Bi£i9i t m MKtiX!tm^ t>4 » /f!m ^m» 



Amount of the Grand List, the Population, and 
number of Representatives in the General As- 
sembly, of the several iWns in Connecticut. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 





List. 


PjfVltoi, 


Rejn 


Hartford, 


g 131,960 27 


6,003 


2 


Berlin, 


61,644 19 


2,798 





Bristol, 


54.334 96 


1,423 


1 


Biniingt >n, 


27, 7 33 20 


1,467 


1 


Canton^ 


£6,510-0* 


1,374 


1 



125 



kit 

1 


last-Hartford, 


64,123 07 


3,240 


2 


pst-Windsor, 


80,486 73 


3,081 


2 




nfield, 


42,797 79 


1,846 


2 


■oolj 


armington, 


73,710 29 


2,748 


2 


1 


rlastenbury, 


51,557 38 


2,766 


2 


5 


rranby, 


46,661 53 


a, 696 


2 


UJartland, 


28,772 93 


1,284 


2 


ii& iarlborcugh, 


18,399 50 


7a 


1 


^jimsbury. 


35,797 74 


1,966 


2 


\ louthington, 


43,447 50 


1,807 


2 


uffield, 


48,187 30 


2,680 


2 


Vethersfield, 


73,381 82 


3,961 


2 


IViodsor, 


66,153 07 
$939,814 31 


2,868 


2 


J 


44,733 


32 


jj NEW-HAVEN COUNTY* 




I 


List* 


Pofitiorit 


Befi 


j New-Haven, 


gl23,413 99 


6,967 


2 


iBranford, 


56,i96 34 


1,932 


2 


Cheshire, 


52,912 37 


2,288 


2 


(Derby, 


33,564 5i 


2,$51 


1 


East- Haven, 


23,715 83 


1,209 


1 


Guilford, 


87,322 75 


3,845 


2 


Hamden, 
Meriden, 


35,547 81 


1,716 


I 


28,617 23 


1,249 


1 


Middlebury, 


18,919 27 


847 


1 


Milford, 


57A75 88 


2,674 


2 


North- Haven, 


26,827 20 


1,239 


1 


Oxford, 


32,376 57 


1,453 


1 


Southbury, 


41,439 65 


1,413 


1 


WallinRford, 


58,426 


2,325 


2 


Waterbury, 


J5,888 80 


2,874 


2 


Woodbridge, 


48,378 61 


2,030 


2 


W 


r okoU, 


18,767 18 


952 


X 



,789 99 37,064 25 



126 

NEW-LONDON COUNT** 





List. 


P option. 


Refi 


New-London, 


g49,225 96 


3,238 


2 V 


Bag rah, 


23,076 38 


960 


1 sb 


Colchester, 


71,083 88 


2,697 


2 iro 


Franklin, 


31,826 37 


l,16t 


1 iai 


Groton, 


65,942 94 


4,451 


2 ol 


Lisbon, 


30,540 31 


1,128 


1 a 


Lyme, 


75,594 38 


4,32i 


2 1 


Montville, 


46,551 9i 


2187 


1 I 


Norwich, 


61,342 50 


3,528 * 


2. k 


N or th -Stonington > 


47,816 44 


2,524 


% 1 


Preston, 


78,395 96 


3.284 


2 


Stonington, 


42,759 79 


3,043 


2 t 


Waterford, 


34,688 76 


2,185 


1 P 




§658,845 58 


34,707 


%h il 


FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 






List. 


Pbfttion. 


Rete 


Fairfield, 


£93,599 67 


4,125 


2 


Danbury, 


v 69,808 17 


3,606 


2 


>Brookfield, 


24,434 73 


1,037 


1 


Greenwich, 


85,492 23 


3,533 


2 


Huntington, 


46,214 58 


2,770 


2- 


New- Canaan, 


34,583 07 


1,599 


1 


New- Fair field, 


18,289 56 


772 


1 


Newtown, 


66,878 89 


2,834 


2 


Norwalk, 


53,367 07 


2,983 


2 


Redding, 


48,319 53 


1,717 


2 


Ridgefield,. 


50 y 175 10 


2,103 


% 


Stamford, 


94,4*3 56 


4,44 0> 


2 


Stratford, 


52,976 95 


2,895 


.2 


Sherman, 


24,186 77 


949 


1 


Trumbull, 


26,288 26 


1,241 


1 


Weston, 


55,810 67 


2,618 


2 


Wilton 


38, 1 74 57 


1,728 


1 




£883,023 38 


40,950 


28 



Windham, 

Mord, 

ooklyn, 

nterbury, 

lumbia, 

mpton, 

illingly, 
pbanon, 
lansfield, 

ainfield, 
pmfret, 
erling, 
hompson, 
Ijolunlown, 
l/oodstock, 



Utfr 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
List. 
§58,449 57 
55,594 14 
33,044 98 
45,802 2 2 
23,769 60 
37,254 88 

46.336 26 
73.229 91 

62.337 72 
43,052 68 
55,995 92 
23,414 63 
63,764 24 
20,584 29 
63,532 29 



§706,163 33 28,611 25 



^ofi'tion* 


Reju 


2,416 


a 


2 53* 


2 


1,200 


1 


1,812 


2 


834 


1 


1,274 


1 


2,512 


2 


2,580 


2 


2,570 


2 


1,738 


2 


1,905 


2 


1,101 


1 


2,467 


2 


1,016 


1 


2,654 


2 



Litchfield, 
terkhemstead, 
pethlem, 
Canaan, 
polebrook, 
Cornwall, 

goshen, 
arwinton, 
Rent, 

New-Hartford, 
New-Milford, 
Norfolk, 
Plymouth, 
Roxbury, 
Salisbury, 
Sharon, 
Torrir.gton, 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 
List. 
g90,044 31 
25,390 90 
26,742 27 
43,514 75 
27,396 4 
37,829 69 
50,3i 1 57 
36,500 48 
31,782 6 
30,962 24 
78,649 18 
32,481 99 
40,095 53 
23,181 29 

51.456 20 
58,271 11 

40.457 1 



Pofi'tion. 
4,639 


JRe i 

2 


1,506 


o 

4t 


1,118 


1 


2,203 
1,243 


2 
2 


1,602 
1,641 


2 
2 


1,718 


2 


1,794 
1,507 


1 

2 


3,537 
1,441 


2 
2 


1,882 


1 


ifiir 


1 


2,321 
2,606 
1,536 


2 
2 
2 



* 


128 






Washington* 


44,365 72 


1,675 


9 

06 


Warren, 


22,379 98 


1,096 


I 


Watertown, 


40,069 75 


I,7i4 


I 


Winchester, 


33,0 i 9 60 


1,466 


2 


Woodbury^ 


44327 54 


i,963 

41,375 


i 

38 




g909 L 229 61 




MIDDLESEX COUNT? 








List. 


Pop'Uon. 


R*} 


Middletown 


, gl 12,688 43 


5,382 


2 


Haddam, 


37,690 67 


2,205 


2 


Chatham, 


56,866 80 


3,258 


2 


Durham, 


27,924 99 


1,101 


2 


East-Haddam, 


62,887 8 


2,537 


2 


Killingworth, 


52,882 86 


2,244 


2 


aybrook, 


77,589 74 


3 9S6 
20,723 


_2 
14 




8428,510 57 




TOLLAND COUNTY. 








List. 


Pop. 


Rep 


Tolland, 


gS3,570 89 


1,610 


2" 


Bolton, 


19,098 46 


- 700 


1 


Coventry, 


53,123 56 


1,938 


2 


Ellington, 


32,&35 48 


1,344 


1 


Hebron, 


5^61 41 


2,002 


2 


Sowers, 


32,479 61 


1,210 


2 


Stafford, 


40,904 10 


2,235 


2 


Vernon, 


22,091 62 


827 


1 


Union, 


10,981 G4 


752 


2 


WiHingtoa, 


25,733 43 


1,161 


2 




feSSMBO 20 


13,779 


"TT 



Grand Levy of the State, §5,661,205 97 
Aggregate population- of the State, 261,942 
Whole number of Representatives. 200 



129 
QOVERNMENT 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 
JAMES MADISON, 

PRESIDENT 0:r STfiE UNITED STATES. 

Salary, 25,000 dollars per annum. 

ELBRIDGE GEURY, 

VICE PRESIDENT. 

Salary, 5,000 dollars. 



Department of State. 

James Monroe, Secretary of State. 

John Graham, Chief Clerk. 

Patent Office, 

William Thornton, Superintendaat. 



FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary, 
(William H. Crawford, to France | Thomas Sumter, jr. toBrazU 
Commissioners to adjust the differences with Great Britain under 
ic mediation of Russia, at St. Petersburg-h— James A. Bayard, John Q. 
idanis. William Steuben Smith, -Secretary of Legation. 



lavid B. Warden, consul and agent 

for claims on account of cftp^ 

tures, Paris, 
IVilliam Lee, consul, Bordeaux, 
Ytcr Walsh, consul. Cette, 

"tienne Cathalan, consu). Marseilles 
ohn Appleton, consul, Calais, 
Thomas Lovell, consul, Laliochelle 
Francis Coffyn, consul Dunkirk 
Henry Wilson, consult Ostend, 
Joseph Yznardi. consul Cadiz, 
Jlob't Montgomery, consul. A lie-am 
Win, Kirhpatrick, consul Malaga, 
fewis O'Brien, consul, St. Aiidcro. 
John M. Baker, consul, Tarago^a 

.and the Isles of Minorca, Major- 

va-and Yv&ca, 



CONSULS. 



John J. Armstrong, con&uL Tene- 

liffe, 
Riclvd S. Hackley, consul, St.Lucar 
John B. Dal/tv \ consul. Fayai 
Henry Hill, ... Si. Salvador, 
George Roy, .• ul, Rotterdam, 
ts'l P. Hutchinson, consul. Lisbon, 
Jas. L. Cat heart, consul. Madeira 
Sylvanus Bourne, consul general, 

Amsterdam, 
Hans Rudolph Saabye, coksuI, Co: 

penhagen.. 
James M'Greggor, consul, Inland 

St, Thomas, 
Thomas Gnmbl •*, consul. St. Cruz, 
Frederick W. Lutz, consul, Stettin . 
William Clark, consul, Einbdn, 

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John M. Forbes, consul, Hamburg. Thomas H. Storm, consul, Genoa 
Frederick J. Wiehelhausen, consul, Levitt Harris, consul, St.Petersbui ta 
Bremen, J Samuel Hazard consul, Archange I 

i William Stuart, consul, Smyrna, „ 



."Edward Wier, consul, Riga, 

Philip Marck. consul. Franconia, IJoel Roberts Poinsett, consul ger ^ 

Philip Dcpeysteiy consul Curracoa J Buenos Ayres, Chili, and Peru, H 1 

Benj. C. Wilcocks, consul, Canton, Thomas L. Halsey, consul, Buenc *£ 

John S. Cogdeli, consul, Rome, j Ayres, 

Thomas Appleton. consul. Leghorn! Wm. G. Miller, consul, Monte V 

Alex'r Hanimet, consul. Naples, I deo, 

John Broadbent, consul. Messina, iRichard B. Jones, consul, Tripoli. 

Abraham Gibbs, consul, Palermo, j 

AGENTS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR* 
John Mitchell, consul, Halifax, | Reuben G. Btasly, consul, Londoi 

JUDICIARY. 
John Marshall, chief justice of the United States. 
Bush rod Washington, 
William Johnson, 

Brockholst Livingston, I Associate Justices 
Thomas Todd, 
Joseph Story, 
Gabriel Duvall, 
William Pinkney, attorney general. 



DTFTRTCT JUDGES. 
David Sewall for the district of Maine 
John S. Sherburne, for thediitrict of New-Hampshire, 
John Davis, fur the district of Massachusetts. 
Da>id Howell, for the. district of Rhode Island, 
Elijah Paine, for the district of Vermont, 
Fierpont Edwards, for the district of Connecticut, 
Matthias B. Tallinadge. William P. Van Ness, for the district of N. Yorl 
Robert Morris, for the district of New Jersey, 
Richard Peters for the district of Pennsylvania, 
John Fisher, for tlu. district of Delaware, 
James Houston, for tht distract of Maryland, 
S'. George Tucker, for the district of Virginia, 
Henry 'Potter, for the district of North Carolina, 
John Drayton, for the district of South Carolina, 
William Stevens, for the district of Georgia, 
Harry Inn< s. for the district of K. ntucky, 
John M'Nary, for tht- district Of Tennessee, 
Charl-s Willing Bird", for, the district of Ohio, 
Domiuick A. Hall, for the district of Louisiana, 
William C ranch, } 
Nicholas Fitshugh, > Circuit judges for the District of Colun&ia. 
Eucliner Thurston, J 



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131 

HSTRTCT ATTOR \ 



IjJ >aniel Humphreys, for the district of New-Hami>shire 3 
ui lilas Lee, for the district of Maine, 
J J ieorge Blake, for tlie district of Massachusetts, 
h )avid Howell, for the District of Rhode Island, 

Icxdkiali Huntington, for the District of Connecticut, 
lornelius P. Van Ness, for the district of Vermont, 
lathan Sanford, for the district of New. York, 
oseph M'llvaine, for the district of New- Jersey, 
, jj Iklexander James Dallas, for the district of Pennsylvania, 
reorge Reed Pr for the district of Delaware, 
Jfias Glenn, for the district of Maryland, 
George Hay, for the district of Virginia, 
"obcrt Wicklirfe, for the district of Kentucky, 
obert Jones, for the district of North-Carolina, 
honias Parker, for the district of South-Carolina, 
.Villiam B. Buliock, for the district of Georgia, 
IJohn M'Campbell, for the district of East-Tennesse, 
John E. Peck, for the district of West Tennessee, 
Samuel Herriek, for the district of "Ohio, 
John R. Grymes, for the district of Louisiana, 
"Walter Jones, jY for the district of Columbia. 

MAHrHALS 
Michael M'Clary, for the district of New -Hampshire, 
Thomas G. Thornton. for the district of Maine, 
James Prince for the district of Massachusetts, 
Ebene-.r K. Dexter, for the district of Rhode-Islam, 
Robert Fairchild, for the district ef Connecticut, 
David Robinson, for the district of Vermont, 

| Peter Curtenius, for the district of New- York, 
Oliver W.Ogden. for the district of New-Iersey, 

I John Smith, for the district of Pennsj Ivai ia, 

[flumes Brobson, for the district of Delaware. 
Thomas Rutter, for the district of Maryland, 
Andrew Moore, for the distinct of Virginia, 
Beverly Daniel, for tlie district of Novth-Cr.ro] in a, 
Robert E. Cochran, for the district of South-Carolina, 
John Eppingtr, for the district of Georgia, 
Robert Crock* tte. for the district Of R n.ucky, . 
Washington Boyd, for the district of Columbia, 
Charles T. Portqr, for (the district of East Tennessee, 
John Childress, for the district of Wist Tennessee, 

I Lewis Cass, for the district of Ohio, 
Peter L. B. Duplissis, for the district of Louisiana, 

C»*l» MIS0IONE#S OF LOANS. 
William Gardner, for the district of New-Hampshire, 
Benjamin Austin jr. for the district of Massachusetts, 
Christopher Ellery, for the district of Rhode Island, 
Jonathan Bull, for tin.' district «f* Connecticut, 
I William Tew, for the district of New- York, 



132 

William Ewing, for the district of New-Iersey, 
"William White, for the district of Pennsylvania, 
John Stockton, fur the district of Delaware, 
Edward Hall, f<*' the district of Maryland, 
Thomas Nelson, for the. district of Virginia, 
Sherwood Haywood, for the district of North Carolina, 
Morton A. Waring, for the district of South Carolina, 
Robert Habersham, for the district of Georgia. 

TERRITORIAL e-GVERNM ENTS* 

Indiana Territory. 
Tho'a Posey, go v'r, 2000 dl*. p. aim. | John Gibson, seery, 1000 per asfllfc c 

Mississippi Territory. , 

David Holmes, gev'r, 2000 ills. p. ann. j Henry Dargerfield, sec "y, 1000 



David Campbell, "> . . 
Jqsifch Simpson, 5 «» • to 



Missouri Terriionj. 
Wm. Clarke gov. 2000 dls. per aim. | Frederick Rates, secy, 1G00 dols. 

Illinois Territory. 
Nii.'ian Edwards, gov-r, 2000 p. aim. | Nathaniel Pope, secretary, 1000 dls 



J 



Michigan Territory. 
Lewis Cass, Governor. 

INDIAN DEPARTMENT. 

The Governors of Territories have a general superintendeney of ilu 

Indian Affairs, ex officio, within the limits of their respective temtoria 

jurisdiction. 

Superb ttendant of Indian Trade, 
John Mason. Office at Georgetown, Columbia. 

^ — , 

MINT ISTABLISHMSKT. 
Robert Patterson, director, I Joseph Richardson, crssayer, 

James Rush, treasurer, | Joseph Cloud, refiner, 

Henry Voight, coiner, | Robert Scott, engraver. . 

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY. 

Albert Gallatin, secretary. Edward Jones, Daniel Sheldon, principal 

Cli rks 
Richard Rush, comptroller. Nathan Xufbororgh. principal clerk 
Thomas T. Tucker, treasurer. Samuel Brook, principal clerk 
Richard Harrison, audiior. Patrick Ft nail, principal clerk 
Edward Tiffin, commissioner of the general land office. Joshua S«: 

Moore, principal clerk 
Joseph Noiu^e, Kegisuy. Joshua Dawson, clerk 



133 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

shn Armrtrong, Secretary of War. Daniel Parker, chief cler& 

accountant's office. 

William Simmons, accountant Peter Hagner, principal clerfcfc ] 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
Thomas H. Cushing, adjutant general. 

PAYMASTER'S OFFICE, 
lobert Brent, Paymaster of the Army. Nath'l Fry j'r, principal cleric 

)FFICE OF THE COMMISSARY GENERAL OF ORDNANCE. 

Decius Wadsworth, commissary general of ordnance. 

George Bumford, Assistant. 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 
Callender Irvine, of Pennsylvania, Commissary-General of purchases. 
Deputy Commissaries of Purchases— John >f* Kinney. Benjamin Mor* 
gan, J. H. Plummer, Thomas Buford, John Langdon.iun. John Cu in* 
mings, Amasa Stetson, Benjamin Cud worth, John Stith, Hanson Ktlley, 
EHsha Tracy, William Jarvis, Samuel Russell. 

Ahimael Y. Nicoll, Washington Lee, Enos Cutler, assistant-adjutant 
generals. John Hepburn, clerk. 

Josiah Meigs of Connecticut, surveyor°general north-west of the Ohio* 
Silas Bent, Thomas Freeman, principal deputies. 



S»se«rauss&*^_i.*^^*«j*-e 



POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

Gideon Granger, host-master General* 

.Abraham Bradley, jr. assistant Pout-muster General 

Seth Pease, do. 

LIST 

t)f Post-Offices and Post-Masters, in tlic State qf 

Connecticut: also of the principal Cities 

and Towns in the United States. 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Post-Offices. Post-Master** 

Ashford David Boltea 





134 


Berlin 


George Hubbard, j'r 


Bethlehem 


Joseph Brooks 


Branford 


Jonathan Barker 


Bridgeport 


Jesse Sterling 


Brookfield 


Robert B. Ruggles- 


Brooklyn 


Adams White, j'r 


Burlington 


Wait Dowrey 


Bolton 


Saul Alvord 


Bristol 


Lott Newell 


Bradleysville (Litchfield) Henry Wadsworth 


Barkhampstead 


Judah Roberts 


Canaan 


5" Ely Weston 
£Wm. M. Rurrill 


Canterbury- 


Gad Bulkelev 


Canton, or West-Sirnsbury Jared Mills, j'r 


Chelsea Landing 


Jacob DeWitt 


Cheshire 


Amasa Hitchcock 


Chester 


Bani Denison 


Colchester 


Samuel A. Peters 


Colebrook 


Selah Treat 


Cornwall 


Her.ry Christie 


Coventry 


Silas Hibbard 


Danbury 


Zalmon Wildman 


Derby 


S. J» Andrews 


Durham 


James Robertson 


East-Haddam 


Timothy Green 


East-Hartford 


Lemuel White 


East-Windsor 


Aaron Bissell 


Enfield 


William Dixon 


Ellsworth (Sharon) 


Daniel St. John 


Fairfield 


David Judson 


Fanuington 


Samuel Richards 


Glastenbury 


Joseph Welles 


Goshen 


Erastns Lyman 


Graiiby 


Hez^kiah' Goodrich 


Greenwich 


Isaac Weed 


Gnilford 


Medad Stone 


Groton 


Elijah Bailey 


Haddam 


Simon Smith 



tartford 

farwinton 

tebron 

luntington 

ewett's City, (Preston) 

Lent 

Lillingly 

Lillingworth 

Lebanon 

.itchficld 

<yme 
do. River Head 

[ansfield 

Marlborough 

leriden 

iiddletown 
do. Upper Houses 
JMilford 
[Mistick River 
[iMiddle-Haddam 
iNew -Hartford 
New-Haven 
New -London 
Newtown 
Norfolk 
North ford 
Northington 
North-Stonington. 
Norwalk 
Norwich 
Oxtord 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pomfret 
Preston 
Reading 
Ridjrefield 
Ripton Parish 



135 

Jonathan Law 

Joel Bradley 

Simon House 

Augur Clark 

John Johnson 

Lewis St. John 

Aaron Arnold 

Samuel Crane 

Samuel Bailey, j'r. 

Moses Seymour, j*r. ; 

Charles Smith 

Jeremiah Comstock 

David Bickneli 

Enos H. Buell 

Isaac Lewis 

Thaddeus Nichols 

Josiah Sage 

Jirah Bull 

Zibdiel Rogers 

John Stewart 

Theodore Cowles 

Jesse Atwater 

Richard Douglass, 2d 

Caleb Baldwin 

Joseph Jones 
Elnathan Tyler 

Preserved Marshal 

Daniel Parker 
William M. Betts 
Gardiner Carpenter 
David Candle 
Ebenezer Eaton 
A pp ill os Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Daniel Brings 
William Comstock 
Timothy Keeler 
Philo Judson 



j 



Rocky Hill 

Salisbury, 

Saugatcck, 

Saybrook, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, (Els worth 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 

Stafford Springs, 

Stamfo-.'d, 

Sterling, 

Stonington, 

Stratford, 

Sufield, 

Thompson, 

Holland, 

Trumbull, 

Torriagton, 

Wallingfbrd, 

Warehouse Point 

Washington, 

Waterbury, 

Watertown, 

Wediersfitid, 

Wilton, 

Winchester, 

Windham, 

Warren, 

Windsor, 

Woodbury, 

Woodstock, 

Vernon, 



136 

EH Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen Morehouse 
Hum prey Pratt, jr 
George Kingjr 
society) Daniel St John 
Noah A Phelps 
R Lewi* 
Benjamin Hebb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckerman 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
William Gay 
John Nicholls 
Calvin Willey 
Eiiakim Beach 
Nathaniel Smith 
James Carrington 
Noah Smith 
Chauncey Camp 
William K Lampsoa 
Benjamin De Forest 
James L Be! den 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace Higley 
Charles Tain tor 
Join Talmadge 
William Howard 
Daniel Huntington 
William Bowen 
Lebbeus P Tinckcr 



Portland. ( D, Maine! J 

Portsmouth, 

Boston, 

Salem, 

Newburyport 

Newport 



James Wingatejr 
Mark Simmes 
Aaron Hill 
John Dabney 
Caleb Cr ss 
R Richardson 



Providence, 

New-York, 

Albany, 

Trenton, 

Philadelphia, 

Wilmington 

Baltimore, 

Annapolis, 

Norfolk, 

Richmond, 

Petersburg!!, 

Fayetville, 

Charleston, 

St Mary's, 

Windsor, 

Marietta, 



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Gabriel Allen 
Theodorus Baily 
George W Mancius 
Charles Rice 
Robert I'ntton 
J. Bringhurst, jr 
Charles BuraH 
John Munrne 
William Newsoa 
William Foushee 
Joseph Jones 
Duncan M'Rea 
Thomas W Bacot 
Archibald Clark 
Thomas Leverett 
Grilling Greene 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 



Fcr letters carried by Umif, single, double, &e. 
Any distance not exceeding" 40 miles, 8 cents. 
over 40 0.0 10 

90 150 12 1-2 

• 300 £00 20 

SOO --------- 25 

Double letters are tlouble, triple letters triple, and quadruple letters, 
quadruple of these rates. A packet the weight of one ounce, the rat« 
of four single let tors, an d in like proportion for one of a greater weight. 

No allowance to be made for inter mediate miles. 

Single letters, carried by sea, h. packet boats, the property of the 
United States, 8 cents ; double letters, IS cents, and triple letters. 24 
cents. All letters or packets by private vessels, cents each, with the 
addition, of postage, if destined to any other place than where the ve«* 
sel m.r- arrive. 

No vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, or break bulk, 
until the master hath deHvered to the post-master all the letters bro^t 
in his vessel except those for the owner or consignee. 
Postage en Newspapers. 

Each pnper not carried over 100 miles, one cent— -and over 100 miles 
©ne and an half cents. But, if carried to any post-office in the state in 
which it is printed, whatever be the distance, the postage is only one 
(cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet.— Any distance not 
exceeding 50 miies, 1 cent. Over 50, and not exceeding JQ0 mU^s, 
3 1-2 cents. Any greater distance, 2 cents* 



138 

COLLECTORS, NAVAL OFFICERS AND SURVEYORS, 
FOR NEW-ENGLAND AND NEW-YORK. 

Ports Collectors Jl aval Officers Surveyors J 

Portsmouth Joseph Whipple Nath. Folsome Geo. Wentworth 

White MountainsEph. M. Mahusin 

South Hero David Russell 

Alburgh Cor. P. Van Ness 

MumphreymagogJosiah Deming 

Newburyport Joseph Marguand Daniel Sweet 

John Kittredge 

William R. Lee Henry Elkins 



Gloucester 
Salem 
Beverley- 
Ipswich 
Marblehead 
Boston 
Plymouth 
Barnstable 
Nantucket 
Edgartown 
New-Bedford 
Dighton 
York 

Kennefcunk 
Saco 
Portland 
Bath 
Wiscasset 
Waldoborough 
Penobscot 



Asa Andrews 

Joseph Wilson 

H. A. S. Dearborn James Lovell 

Henry Warren 

William Otis 

Daniel Coffin 

Thomas Cooke, j'r 

Isaiah Weston 

Nath'l Williams 

Alex. MIntire 

Joseph Storer 

Daniel Granger 

Isaac llsley 

Joshua Wingate jr. 

Francis Cook 

Joseph Farley 

Jo si ah Hook 



William Cro»s 
Zachariah Steven! 
George Hodges 
Jonathan Smith 



Joshua Prentiss 
Thomas Melville 



French mansbay Melatiah Jordan 
Machias Jeremiah Obrien 



James C, Jewett 



Sam'l K- Whiting. 



Passamaquody Lemuel Trescott 

Thomastown 

Newport 

North-Kingston 

East-Greenwich 

Warren and \ 

Barrington § 

Bristol Charles Collins jr 

Pawcatuck River 

Providenee Thomas Coles 

Fatuxet 

Tiverton 

New-London 

Stonington 

New-Haven 

Fairfield 

Middletown 

Hartford 

Saybrook 

Sag-Harbor 

New-York 



William M. Daws 
William Ellery Walter Nieholls John Sloeum 

Daniel E. Updike 
Thomas Arnold 

Nath 1 ! Philips 

Samuel Bosworth 
John Cross jun. 
Nathaniel Smith William Barton 
Joseph Aborn 
Thomas Durfec 



Jed'h Huntington 

Abraham Bishop 
Walter Bradley 
Alex'r Wolcott 



Nath'l Richards 
Elijah Palmer 
William Munson 

Lamberton Cooper 
Solomon Porter 
George Wolcott 



Henry P. Dering 

David Gels ton Samuel Osgood P. A. Schenck 



ISO 

CONGRESS. 

List of tlie Members of the Senate arid House of Re- 
presentatives of (he United Slates, in the 1 3zh 
Congress — according to stales. 

SENATORS, 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Jeremiah Mason 
icholas Oilman 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Christopher Gore 
(Joseph B. Varnum 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

peremiah B. Howell 
||*William Hunter 

CONNECTICUT. 

I* David Daggett 
*Samuel W. Dana 

VERMONT* 

Dudley Chase 
Jonathan Robinson 

NEW -YORK. 

*Obadiah German 
*Rufus King 

NEW-JERSEY. 

John Condit 
John Lambert 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Abner Lacock 
Michael Leib 

DELAWARE. 

*Outerbridge Horsev 
* William M. Wells* 
l Secr'y. Samuel A. Otis. 



MARYLAND. 

*Robert H. Goldsborcugh 
Samuel Smith 

VIRGINIA. 

Richard Brent 
William R. Giles 

NORTH -CAROLINA. 

David Store 
James Turner 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

James Gaillard 
John Taylor 

GEORGIA. 

William W. Bibb 
Charles Tait 

KENTUCKY. 

George M % Bibb 
Jesse Bledsoe 

TENNESSEE. 

Joseph Anderson 
George W- Campbell 

OK 10. 

Jeremiah Morrow 
Thomas Wnrthingtoa 

LOUISIANA. 

James Brown 
ETejius Fromentin, 
Chaplain, Rev- John Bre<?]N 



i40 
COMMITTEES. 
On Foreign Relations. 
Messrs. William W.Bibb,Taylor # Chase, Bledsoe 
Brent, Anderson, Brown. 

On Military Affairs. 
Messrs Worthington, Turner, Lacock, Campbell,|AI 
Robinson. 

On Naval Establishment. 
Messrs, Gaillard, Tait, Fronaentin,Morrow,Howell 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry Clay, Speaker. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. | *John Wilson 

^Bradbury Cilly 



*William Hale 
*Samuel Smith 
*Roger Vose 

* Daniel Webster 
*Jeduthan Wilcox 6 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

*William Baylies 
*Abijah Bigelow 

* George Bradbury 

* Elijah Brigham 
*Samuel Davis 

* Daniel Dewey 
*William Ely 
Levi Hubbard 

* Cyrus King 

* Timothy Pickering 
*John Reed 

* William Reed 
William M. Richardson 
^Nathaniel Ruggles 

* Samuel Taggart 
*Artemas Ward 
*Laban Wheaton 



i 



3%wc (ttstwguisfod by un*_ arefetlerciUttf* 



Abiel Wood 
James Parker 

CONNECTICUT? 

*Epaphroditus ChampioB 
*John Davenport, j'r 
*Lyman Law 
# Jonathan O. Moseley 
*Timothy Pitkin 
*Lewis B. Sturges 
*Benjamin Tallmadge 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

*Richard Jackson, j'r 
*Elisha R. Potter 

VERMONT. 

Williafci C. Bradley 
Ezra Butler 
James Fisk 
Richard Skinner 
William Strong 
Charles Rich 

NEW-YORK. 

Daniel Avery 
*Alexander Boy* 



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*John M. Bovvers 
Oliver C Comstocjc 
Peter Denoyelles 
lonathan Fisk 

* James Geddes 

I* Thomas P. Grosvenor 

brahaun Hasbrouk 
I* Samuel M. Hopkins 
•Nathaniel W. Howell 
*Aloss Kent 
John Lefferts 
*John Lovett 
* Jacob Markell 

* Morris 5. Miller 
•Hosea Moffit 

* Thomas I. Oakley 
*Jotham Poht, j'r 
Kbenczer Sage 

* Samuel Sherwood 
♦Zebulon R. Shipherd 
*William S. Smith 
John W. Taylor 
*Joel Thompson 
*Elisha I. Winter 2 

NEW-JERSEY. 

Lewis Ccndit 

* William Ox 
* Jacob Hirfty 
*James Schureman 

* Richard Stockton 
Thomas Ward 

PENNSYLVANIA, 

William Anderi.cn 
David Bard 
Kobert Brown 
John Conard 
Wiham Crawford 
Edward Crouch 
Roger Davis 



William Fiodlcy 
Hugh Glasgow 
Isaac Griffin 
Charles J. Ingersoll 
Samuel D. Ingham 
Jared Irwin 
Aaron Lyl<T 
William Piper 
John Rea 
Jonathan Roberts 
Adam Seybcrt 
Isaac Smith 
Adamson Tannehill 
Daniel Udree 
James Whitehiil 
Thomas Wilson 23 

DELAWARE. 

*Thomas Cooper 
•Henry M. Ridgely 2 

MARYLAND. 

Stephenson Archer 

* Charles Goldsborough 

* Alexander C. Hanson 
Joseph Kent 

Alexander M'K'm 
Nicholas R. Me ore 
San uel Ringgold 
j *PhiIip S'u.irt 

[ :td;cvt Wright 9 

VIRGINIA. 

* Thomas M. Bayly 

* Ja mes ?,reckenridge 
Wiiliam A. Bur well 
*Hugh Cnperiou 
John Clop ton 
John Dawson 
John VV. Eppes 
Thomas G hoi :~.pn 
Peterson Goodwyn 



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142 



Aylett Hawes 
*John P. Hungerford 
John G. Jackson 
James Johnson 
John Kerr 
* Joseph Lewis, j'r 
William M'Coy 
Hugh Nelson 
Thomas Newton 
James Pleasants, j'r 
John Roane 

* Daniel Sheffey 
John Smith 

*Francis White 2£ 

NORTH-CAROLINA, 

Willis Alston 
*John Culpeper 
Peter Forney 
Meshack Franklin 

* William Gaston 
Wiliiam Kennedy 
William R. King 
Nathaniel Macon 
William H. Murfree 

* Joseph Pearson 
Israel Pickens 
■*Richard Stanford 
Bartlett Yancey 13 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

J ;>hn C. Calhoun 
John J. Chapell 
Langdon Cfoeves 
Klias Early 
David 11. "Evans 
Samuel Farrow 
Theodore Gourdia 
John Kershaw 
William Lowndes 9 



GEORGIA. 

William Barnett 



k 



John Forsythe 
Boiling Hall 
Thomas Tellfair 
George M. Troup 6 

KENTUCKY, 

James Clarke 
Henry Clay, (Speaker.) 
Joseph Desha 
William p Duvall 
Samuel Hopkins 
Richard M. Johnson 
Samuel M'Kce 
Thomas Montgomery 
Stephen Ormsby 
Solomon P. Sharp 10 

TENNESSEE 

John H. Bowen 

Felix Grundy 

Thomas K, Harris 

Perry VV. Humphreys 

John Rhea 

John Sevier 6 

OHIO. 

John Alexander 

Rezin Beall 

James Cald veil 

William Creighton, j'r 

James Ki -bourn 

John M ; Leau 6 

LOUISIANA. 

Thomas B. Robertson 1 
Delegates fom Territo- 
ries* 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Willi mi Lattimore 



143 

INDIANA. 

onathun Jennings 

MISSOURI. 

idward Hempstead 



ILLINOIS. 

Shadrach Bond 

fc MICHIGAN. 

No Delegate. 



Uerk, Peter Magruder- Chaplain, Rev. Jesse Lee. 
Sergeant at Arms, Thomas Dunn. 
Door-Keeper, Thomas Clazto.i. 
— ^ — 

COMMITTEES. 



On Foreign Relations. 
Messrs. Calhoun, Grundy, Fisk of N. Y. Ingersoll, 
G-holson, Miller and M'Clean, 

On Military Affairs, 
Messrs. Troup, Oawson, Deih i, Sevier, Stewart, 
Tannehill, and Champion. 

On Naval Affair*. 
Messrs. Lowndes, Burwell, SeybertKing, ol Mass. 
•Ormsby, Post and Kennedy/ 

On (he Militia Laws. 
Messrs. Tavlor, Parker, Strong, Piper, Forney, 
[Champion, Smith oi Vir. 

On Retaliation. 
Messrs Macon, Robertson, Calhoun, Nelson, Fisk, 
of Yt. Stockton and Lovett. 

On the reciproealing the admission of certain foreign 
enrisers in our ports. 
Messrs. Grundy, Duval, Davis, Moore, Ely, Lef- 
ferts and Pitkin. 

On Ways and Means* 
Messrs. Eppes, Taylor, Roberts, Creighton, Als- 
ton, M'Kim, Cox. 

On Commerce and Momtfrctures. 
Messrs. Nekton, Murfree,Seybi rt, Jackssu, (R.I.) 
jBaylis, Guurdin, pro&venor. 

On Unfiruhed business. 
Messrs, Condit, Stanford, Wheatcn. 



144 
On Acccountsi 
Messrs. Moore^Barnett, John Breed. 

On Claims. 
Messrs. Archer, Yancey, Goodwyn, Law, Alexan- 
der, Bard, Davenport. 

On Public Lands. 
Messrs. M'Kee, Robertson, Humphreys, Moseley. 
Irwin, Pickering, M'Coy. * 

On Poot-Officc3 and Post Roads. 
Messrs, Rhea, (Ten.) Lyle, Sturges, Bigelow 
Winter, Franklin, Hall. 

On the District of Columbia. — Messrs. Kent, (Md] 
Lewis, Pearson, Crawford,Sharp, Brown, Bradley, 
On the Judiciary.—- Messrs. Inger sol), Nelson, Pit 
kin, Stockton, Pickens, Montgomery, Oakley. 

On Elections — Messrs. Fisk (Vt«) Gholson, King, 
(Mass) Pickins, Vose, Comstock, Anderson. 



GOVERNORS 

J\&iv- Hampshire 
Massachusetts 
Rhode-Island 
Connecticut 
Vermont 
J\ e?v- York 
A ew- Jersey 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
Maryland 
Vtrgtnia 
North- Carolina 
South- Carolina 
Georgia 
Kentucky 
Tennessee 
Ohio 
Louisiana 



OF THE SEVERAL STATES* 

John T. Gilman 
Caleb Strong 
William Jones 
John C. Smith 
Martin Chittenden 
Daniel D. Tompkins 
Richard Stockton 
Simon Snyder 
Joseph Haslet 
Levin Winder 
James Barbour 
Benjamin Hawkins 
Joseph Alston 
Peter Early 
Isaac Shelby 
Wiley Blunt 
Return J. Meigs 
W. C. C. ClairbDrne 



145 
Practising attorneys. 
At the Circuit Court in Connecticut* 

Hezekiah Huntington, esq District Attorney. 

Joseph Backus, Burrage Beach, Seih P. Beei s, Ncfr 
ih B. Benedict, Coddington Billings, David BolltSy 
\maziah Bray, William Bristol, David Burr, Jabez 
21aTk, William P. Cleaveland,. Alexander Collins, 
Samuel Cowls, David Daggett, Samuel W.Dana, A- 
>rah m V. H, Dewitt, Charles Denison, Josiah Dud- 
ey, Daniel r )un!)ar, Theodore Dwight, Jonathan W. 
Awards, Henry W. Edwards, Eleazer Foster, Cal- 
vin Goddard, James Gould, Jacob B. Gurley, John M. 
Gannett, Jeremiah Halsey, William Hillhc use, Uriel 
HIolmes> Stephen T. Hosmer, Geo* Hubbard, Enoch 
Huntington, Jirah Isham, Nathan Johnson, Ardrew 
l\ Judson, James Lanman, Lyman Law, John H- 
Lyndejohn M'Clellan, Michael F.Mills, Isaac Mills, 
Walter Mitchell, Wm. Moseley, Jona. O. Moseley > 
fohn Parish, Enoch Perkins, William Perkins, John 
r. Peters, Elisha Phelps, Timothy Pitkin, Jonathan 
E. Porter, Matthew T« Russell, Roger M. Sherman* 
Aaron Smith, Nathan Smith, George W. Stanley, 
Seth P. Staples, Elisha Sterling, Benjamin Stiles* 
Lewis B. Sturges, Nathaniel Terry, Seth Terry, Jo- 
seph Trumbull, Samuel P. Waldo. Lemuel Whitman, 
jlloger Whittlesey, Chauncey Whittlesey, Asa Willey, 
Calvin Willev, John Williams, Thomas S, Williams^ 
William Williston, Samuel H. Woodruff. 

Henry W. Edwards, Clerk of District Court* 

MARSHAL'S DEPUTIES-CONNECTICUT. 
Noah A. Phelps, jr. Hartford. Jeremiah W. Beardsley, Stvatfb*rL 
Lodowifck Fosdick. New -London, Phineas Taylor, Danbury. 
Reuben Webster, Litchfield. 

OtJier Deputies are occasionally appointed. 



1% 



146 

LIST OF GENERAL OFFICERS &c OF THE ARMY OF TH! 
UNITED STATES. 
Major 'Generals — Henry Dearborn, of Massachusetts, appointed Ji| 
1812. Thomas Pinckney," of South-Carolina, 27th March, 1812, Jara< 
"Wilkinson, of Maryland, 2d March, 1813 ; Wade, Hampton, of Soutl 
Carolina, 15th February. 1831 ; Morgan Lewis, New- York, 2d Maui 
2813 ; "William H. Harrison, of IndianaTerritoryy 2d March 1813. 

Brigadier Generals— Joseph Bl cornfield of New-Jersey, 27th Marel 
3812 ; James Winchester, of Tennessee, do. do. ; William Hull, of Ma 
sachusetts, Sth April 1812 ; Thomas F'ournoy, of Georgia, 18th Jv.r. 
1S12 ; Thomas II. Cushing, Massachusetts, 2d July 18 12; John Chandle 
<\o. 8th July 1812 ; John P. Boyd, do. 26th August, 1812 ; Thomas Pa 

• fcer, Virginia, 12th I\ larch. 1813; George Izard, Pennsylvania, 12t 
March, 1813 ; William H. Winder, Maryland, 12th Mareli, 1313 ; Dm 

' tan M'Arthur, Ohio, 12th Mareh, 1813 ; Lewis Cass, do. 12th Mare) 

1313; Benjamin Ho ward, , 12th March, 1813 ; Da rid R. Wi 

Hams, South-Carolina, 9th July, 1813 ; Jacob Brown, — 1 19th J\ 

}j, 1813. 

Colonels.— 1802, April 1, Henry Burbeek, Brigadier by brevet, 1st. art 
3808, May 3, "William Russell, 7 inf ; July 8, Jonas 'Shnonds, 6 inf 
August 18, Jacob Kingsbury, in the staff, 1 inf; 1812, March 12, M< 
ses Porter, L A; July 6, Richard Sparks, 2 inf ; Alexander Maeom 
3 art ; Thomas A. Smith, rif ; Peter P. Schuyler, 13 inf. in the stafif 
Simon Learned, 9 inf; James Burn, 2 L D ; Isaac Clark. 11 inf; Hue 
Brady. 22 inf; William P Anderson, B4 inf; Cromwell Pearce. 16 inf 
Patrick Jack, 8 inf ,* Samuel Wells, 17 inf ; John Miller, 19 inf ; Wi 
Jiam Drayton, 18 inf; James Welborn, 10 inf; July 31, Joseph C; 
Swift, eng.; August 15, Danirl Bissell, 5 inf; August 26, Robert Pu 
tly,4 inf; 1813, March 3, T. M. Randolph, 20 inf; March 12, Edw&i 
P. Gaynes, 25 inf; Winfield Scott. 2 art ; David Breatrley, 15 in. c 
Isaac A. Coles. 12iuf; Eieazer W. Ripley, 21 inf; June 20, Charles ( 
Boerstler, 14 inf ; August 15, Homer V.Milton, 3 inf ; James P, Prt 
l©n, 23 inf. 

Lieutenant-Colonels.— Constant Freeman Color-el by brevet, I art 
1810, Nov. 30, James Miller, G inf. Colonel by brevet ; 1811, June 6, G 
feert C. Russell, 3 inf ; December 2, John R. Fenwiek, L A. Colonel i 
the staff; lol2, July 6, John Bowyer, 2 inf; John Darnngton, 4 inf 
George W. Sevier, rif ; A. T. Macneill, 2 L D ; William M'Millan, ! 
inf ; John B. Campbell, 19 infantry, Colonel by brevet ; Benajs 
White, 18 inf; Jonas Cutting, 25 inf; George M'Feely, 22 inf; Rio 
ard Dennis, 16 inf ; Moody Bedel, 11 inf; Andrew Pickens, -10 inf ; J 
;Iy 31, Wal. K. Armistead, Engin. ; August 15, Robert C. Nicholas 
inf; 1813, March 3, George E. Mitchel, 3 art ; James R. Mullanv,5 
inf; James House, 3 art ; Francis K. Huger, 2 art. Colonel in the starl 
March 12, Samuel S. Connor, 13 inf; Timothy Upham, 21 inf; Thor 
as Aspinwail. 15 inf; Joseph L.Smith 24 inf; David Campbell, 20 in 
William Lindsty, 2 art ; April 30, Thornton Posey, 7 inf; June 7, J 
eint Laval: 1LD; June 20, Timothy Dix, 14 inf; August 15, Geors 
GVbson, 5 inf; Robert Carr,9 inf; Thomas Taylor, 12 inf; Lawren'i' 
Manning, 8 inf. 

General St(tf(fficers~Tkom&* TT. Cushinsr, of Massachusetts. -flt 

Je.ly, 1812 ; Alexander Smyth, of Virronia, luspcetor-General, do. do. 

Morgan Lewis, of N. York, Quarter-Master G;nei-»1, 3d Arril 1812 

A. Y. KicoM, of do. Adjutant and Inspector. 2d April 1807; Robrt 

at of uivtiieisfi" CuU.valh. Pavra«rfvr of the army, ia July, iso&! 



147 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

William Jones, secretary, Natli'J G.Maxwell, clerk 

Tho. Turner, accountant, John Craven, clerk. 

William Doughthy, naval constructor. 

Captains in the Navy. 

Alexander Murray, John Rodgers, William Bain- 
brid^e, Hugh G. Campbell, Stephen Decatur, Tho's 
Tngey, Charles Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey , 
John Shaw, John Smith, John II. Dent, David Porter, 
John Cassin, Samuel Evans, Charles Gordon, Jacob 
Jones, Charles Morris, Joseph Tavbell, Arthur St. 
Clair, Oliver H. Perry. 

Masto\? Commandant. 

James T. Leonard, Joseph Bainhrith;e, William M. 
Crane, Daniel Ti Patterson, Charles L. Ridge ] ey, 
Thomas Macdonou^h, Lewis Warrington, Johnson 
Blakeley, James Biddle, Melanthon T. Woolsey, Ro- 
bert T. Spence, Edward Trenchard, John O. Creigh- 
ton, John Downes, Jesse D. Elliott, Thomas Brown, 
Lieutenants. 

Michael B. Carroll, John M, Gardner, Robert Ken- 
ly, Stephen Cassin, Daniel S. Dexter, James Renshaw, 
David Deacon, Louis Alexis, Sidney Smith, William 
Lewis, George Parker, Nathaniel Haradan, George 
Mernle, Samuel Woodhouse, Charle^C. B. Thomp- 
son, Limes P. Wilrner, Francis J. Mitchell, 
James P. Vellus, John Gauaghen, Joseph Nichol- 
son, Alexander Wadsvovth. John Pettigrew, George 
W. Rodgers, George C. Reed, Henry E. Ballard, 
Thomas Gamble, William Carter j'r, Augustus C. 
Ludlow, Benjamin J. Neale, Joseph J. Nicholson, Wal- 
ter Stewart, Fitzhenry Babbit, Waicct Chauncev, 
John H. Elton. Edmund P. Kennedy, Jesse Wilkin- 
son, Horace Walpole, Alexander J. P&lht, James 
Wilson, John B. Nicholson, B. V* Hoffman, George 
Budcl, Thomas A. C. 3ones, Joseph F. MTherson, 
John Porter, John T. Shubnck, William Finch, Wffi. 



148 

B. Shubrick, Henry Wei s, Benjamin W- Booth, A- 
lexanderCaxton,Glen Drayton, Enos R. Davis, John \ 
D. Sloate, Rnvmond H* J. Perry, Foxhall A. Parker 
Ed>vard M'Call, Thomas Tillinghast, William H, 
Watson, Charles W. Morgan, Nathaniel D- Nichol 
son, Thomas Hendry, Joseph L. Biggs, David Connor, 
SamuelH. Bullus, Stephen D. M'Night,John T- New-] 
ton, Philander Jones, John Stansbury, Edward Stiu 
brick, John T Yarnal, Peter Gamble", Moses Merre)l| 
Matthew C. Perry, William S. Cox, Dugomier Tay 
lor, Archibald Hamilton. Henry B. RappJos. Cassinjr. ; 
SURGEONS. 

James Wells, Edward Cutbusb, PeterrSt. Medard, George Davis T ) 
Samuel R. Marshall, Xarkin Griffin, Lewis Hereman. J. G. T. Hunt,i) 
Thomas Ewell. Jonathan Condery, Samuel D. Heap, Robert I*. Thorny 
Samuel R. Trevett, junior, William P. C. Barton, Joseph W. Neryj 
Joseph S. Schollfield, George Logan, Amos A. Evans, Robert S. L Koar- 
liy, John A. Brereton, James Page, John D. JsrReynolds, Robert Hil^ J 
ler. Thomas Harris, William Turk, William Baldwin, Hyd« Ray, Ssua^ 
jael Avre. 

PURSERS. 

Isaac Garretson. Clement S. Hunt, Gwinn Han«is, John ;H, Carr. Na- 
"thamei Lvde. James R. Wislon, Samuel Robertson, Samuel Hambleton,i I 
Jlobert €'. Ludlow, Robert Pottinger 1 . John B. Timbcrlake, Thomas IJC 
Chew. Thomas Shields, Richard C. Archer, Lewis Deblois, George S.O 
"Wise Francis A. Thornton, William S. Rogers, Humphrey Magrath. C 
Edwin T. Saiterwhite. Samuel M. Halsey. Edward Fitzgerald, Alexan- C 
■dor P. Darragh, Edwin W. Tunier, Robert Qrmsby, Henry Dennises, C 
Ludlow Dasliwood. Samuel P. Todd, N. W. Rothwell. Turns Craven, 
John R. Shaw, Henry Fry. W. P. Zantzinger, George Beale, WilliamjC 
Morris, Robert H. NichoUs, Joseph North. 

CHAPLAINS. 

Garret Parry. Andrew Hunter, David P. Adams, Gaorge Davis. John * 
Cook, William' Briscoe. 





MARINE CORPS. 

Lieutenant Colonel Ctfwwno'tffrt— Franklin Wharton* 

Major— Daniel Carmick. 

Captains—John Hull. Anthony Gale, Robert Greenleaf. John Wil C 
Sums. Archibald Henderson, Richard Smith. Robert D. Wainwright. c 

First Lieutenants— ■William Anderson, Thomas R. Swift. Sannie c 
Miller, John Crabb, P. M. Henry 11. Fonle. Alexander L. Madison. Join [ 
M. Gnnibkv Francis D. Cummins. Joseph Woodson. Q. M. Robert C 
Moseley. Charles S. Hanna. Alexander Sevier, Alfred Grayson, Wra j 
Strang. John Urquhart. John Heath. Samuel Bacon. 

&w/ Lietttenmtts-- Hen y Breckenridge William Hall. Frcnci 
Sterne, Francis P. Bellevne, T. R. Monfnrue. P. P.. D<*grtndpre, Jos* 
wn Prince, n.nj&min Hyde, Lyman KdUo^ Samu I E. Watson, Wm 



149 

ownlow, Leonard I. Boone, Thomas W. LeVgc, Lloyd Lucket, Rjck- 
d L. Smith, 'Moses A. Roberts, Samuel Baccrn, Thomas A*vrowsu»ith, 
1 A. M'Kinnon. 



LIST OF THE AMERICAN NAVY. 



Guns Commanders 
32 Charles Morris 



Navies 
Adams 
Adeline, seh. 
Aerial, seh. 
Aetna, bomb 
Alert 

Alligator, seh, 
Amelia, seh. 
AnaJoston, brig — Smith 



3 Lieut. Packett, 



18 Lieut Rcnshaw 
~ Basset 



Asp, seh. 
Boston 
Boxer, brig 
Caledonia, brig 
Carolina, seh. 
Colt,*, brig 
Comet,* seh. 



Stations 
Near Alexandria 
Chesapeake Bay 
Lake Eric 
Washington 
Hudson River 
(Southern Coast 
Lake Erie, 
Cartel Service 
Lake Ontario 
Washington 
li Portland 

4 H. Magrath, /wrwr Lake Erie 
14 John D. Henley Southern coast 



2 Lieut. Smith 
32 



With Essex frig, at sc 
Chesapeake bay 
Lake Champlain 
On a cruise 
Lake Ontario 
Norfolk 
Boston 



14 Boyle 
Cora.Preble^ch. 11 
Congress So T«hn Smith 

Conquest, seh. 2 Lieut. Pettigrew 
Constellation 36 Charles Gordon 
Constitution 44 Charles Stewart 

Despatch, seh. — L.B. Page, S. M. Norfolk 

D. o/Glouc'r b'g 12 Lake Ontario 

Elizabeth, sell- 2 do. 

Enterprise, b'g 12 Portland 

Essex 32 David Porter On a cruise 

Fair Amcr. seh. 2 Lake Outatio 
Ferret, seh. 8 C.E. Crawley, A.L. Southern eb.'ist, 

Flash, seh. 2 . Lake Ontario 

Fiances, seh. 6 Lake Champlain 
Frolic 13 Joseph Bainbrktge Charlestown, (Mass. 

P Geneva. Pike, uWffE*SZ}u£ Ml 

Gov.Tompkins^c.4 Lieut. Brown do. 

Hornet 18 James Biddle New-London 

John Adams 24 New-York 

Lady ot the Lake 1 Lieut. Chauncey Lake Ontario 

Lawrence, brig 20 Oliver H. Perry Lake Erie 

Louisiana 20 Southern coast 

Macedonian 38 Jacob Jones New-London 

Madison 24 Win. M. Crane Lake Ontario 

Mary, bomb — do. 

Montgomery, sc. 11 | Lake Champlain . 

Neptune " — Jones To Russia 

New-York 36 Washington 

Niagara, brig 20 Jesse D. Elliot, Lake Erie 

Nonsuch, sell. 8 Lieut. Kennedy Southern coast 



Ohio., s^h, 



1 D.-Dwbbiug, S, M, Lake %&* 



Built 

1790 

23 li 
1813 

if 00 

T. 1812 
1813 
1813 
1313 
1813 
1758 

T. 1813 

T. 1812 
13 IS 

L 1813 
1813 
1813 
1799 
1813 
1798 
170$ 
1813 
T. 1813 
1813 
1*98 
370.; 

^ 181? 

r8io 

1813 
1813 
1813 

1813 

1313 
130 I 
1799 
1813 
1S13 
1813 
T. 1812 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1799 
1813 
181 '. 
IS 13 



150 

Names Guns Commanders Station* 

C Oneida, brig 13 M. T. Woolsey Lake Ontario 
C Ontario, sch. 2 do. 

C Perseverance,sch — Bill Cartel service 

O Pert, seh. 1 Lieut. Adams Lake Ontario 

B Peacock 18 Lewis Warrington New- York 

C Petapsco,* sch. 12 Mortimer Chesapeake 

C Porcupine, sch. 1 G. Senat, Midship. Lake Erie 
C President 41 Com. J. Rodgers On a cruise 

C President, sch. 12 Tho"s Macdonough Lake Champlain 
C Rattlesnake,b'g 14 JohnO. Creighton On a cruise 
O Raven, sch. I Lake Ontario 

C Revenge, * sch. 16 Wast Chesapeake 

C Rover, sch. 1 Lake Ontario 

C Scorpion, sloop 6 Lieut. Reed Chesapeake 

C Scorpion, sell. 2 S. Champlin, S. M. Lake Erie 



C Samers* sch. 
O Si>iinre, bomb 
C Sylph, sell. 
C Siren, brig 
C Tigress, sch. 
C Tripp, s4oop 
C Troup, brig 
C United States 
<> Vengeaiice.bomb - 
O Vesuvius, bomb 
B Wasp 
C York, sch. 

B ■ 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 



2 T. Almy, S. M, 



14 George Parker 
1 Lieut. Conklinj 
1 J. E. Smith 
14 Lieut. Walpole 
44 Com. Ste'n Becatur New-Loud; 
Washington 
do. 



do. 
Washington 
Lake Ontario 
Boston, repairing 
Lake Erie 

do. 
Southern coast 



Bum 
iscd 

1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1799 
1809 
1313 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1813 
1313 
17$8 



IS 1 3 

1S03 

1813 

1813 

1813 

17*8 

1798 

1708 

18 Johnston Blakeley Newburyport 1813 

4 Lake Ontario do. 

74 Laid down at Thilad 'a do. 

71 do. do. at Charlestown do. 

74 do. do. at Portsmouth do. 

44 do. do. at Washington do. 

44 do. do. at Philadelphia do. 

41 do. do. at Baltimore do. 

18 Charles L. Ridgley d*. do. at do. do. 

13 Robrit T. Spence do. do. at do. do. 

- — 18 do. do. at Washington do. 

18 do. do. at Philadei'a do. 

Besides the foregoing vessels*, there are between 170 and 80 Gun 
Boats, a few of which are on die Lakes. There are also two Block 
vessels in the Delaware, and a number of Gallies are building for har- 
bor defence. 

The laws for increasing the navy, authorise the building of one ship i 
•f 74 guns, and three frigates or 44 guns each, in addition to thosa 
How on the stocks. 

Vessels marked thus [*] are hired by the United States ; O, denotes i 
v<'«st U in ordinary ; C, in commission ; B, building- ; T. taken froa*. i 
telle enemy. 



U. S. REVENUE CUTTERS 

Stations J\amr$ CapJnhis 

New-Hampshire Governor Giiman Nathaniel RennaWf 

tfftsachog&tti Massaclmssttj J»hn F, Wilfiw**" 



Stntions 
o<k -Island 
iuieeticut 
w-York 
misyWatlia 
iiryland 
rginia 



wth Carolina 
>uth-Carolina 
ew-Orleans 



151 

Names 
Bwtga 
Argus 

Governor Jay 
Gciu-ral Green 
Virginia 
Gallatin 

Jefferson 

Mercury 

Louisiana 



Captav.if. 
John Cahoonc 
Fndi.U-k L?e 
Caleb Brewster 
Joseph Sawyer 
S:uiiii; I Travis 
Edward Herbert 
tVHliam Ham 
Jacob Cook 
Jolm H. Silliman 



INISTERS FROM FOREIGN POWERS TO THE U. STATES. 

By Russia— Andrew D. DajchkofF, MinistdV Plenipotentiary and 

|-|nvoy Extraordinary, at Washington.— Pan J Svinin, Kb. Secretary 

Swertchko F. Secretary of Legation.— Nicholas Kosloft*. Consul 

p.neral, Philadelphia. 
D By Spain— Lewis dc Onis, Minister Plenipotentiary, and Envoy Ex- 
j jraordinary, Philad- lphia. 
j Bj France— M. Surrurn-r, Minister Plenipotentiary, Washington.— 
Baron Lescallier, Consul General, New-York, 
, j By Portugal— Joseph Rudemnker, Charge d'Alairs and Consul Gen. 
Kl By Sweden— Richard Sroderstrom, Consul General, residing at Phi- 
ladelphia. . 
By Denmark— Peter Pcdersen, Charge d' Affairs and Consul Geneva^ 



INTERNAL TAXES. 

\Duties on Carriages for the conveyance of Person?, 
Vis. 

A Coach Dols. 20 

IJA Chariot or Post- Chaise 17 

[iA Phaeton or Coachee, having pannel work in the tipper division 

thereof I* 

A four-wheel carriage having on steel springs, (other than a Coach, 
I Chariot or Post Chaise, Phaeton or Coachee, having pannel 

work in the upper division thereof) f 

A four wheel carriage hanging upon wooden springs 4 

A two-wheel carriage hanging on steel or iron springs 4 

A four-wheel carnage (other than a coach, chariot or post-chaise, 
phaeton or ehoachee, having pannel work in the upper division 
theoreof ; or other carriage banging en steel, iron or wooden 
springs) S 

A two-wheel carriage not hanging on sted or iron springs 2 

The duties not to extend to any carnage usually and chief ly em- 
ployed in husbandry, or for the tran3portation uf goods, merekandizffc 
produce, &c. The eritry of carriages and payment of these duties 
must be made witliiu 60 da) s from "the 31st oar of December in tack 



iH 

®n Bonds, Obligations or Notes, Inland and For- 
eign Bills of Excftange, endorsed. 



Abore g 50 


to 


100 


5 cents i 


100 


— 


200 


i0 ° 


200 


— 


500 


25 


500 


— 


1000 


50 


1000 


— 


1500 


75 


1500 


— 


2000 


100 Hi 


2000 


— 


SOOO 


150 


SOOO 


— 


4000 


200 tjl 


4000 


— 


5000 


250 K 


5000 


— 


7000 


350 


7000 


— 


8000 


400 


8000 or 


more 




500 


Stamps 


on Bank Notes 




If not exceeding one 


dollar 


1 cent i 


From i to 


2 




2 


2 — 


3 






3 — 


5 




5 


5 — 


10 




10 


30 — 


20 




20 


20 — 


50 




50 


50 — 


100 




100 


100 — 


500 




500 


500 — 


1000 




1000 


Absve 


1000 




5000 



STILL TAX. 
For a license 1« employ a still or stills in distilling 

Domestic Materials Foreign Materials 

For 2 weeks 9 eents*For I inonth 25 otfc 



I month 


18 


3 do. 


€0 


2 do. 


33 


6 do. 


105 


3 tio. 


42 


14 do. 


13i 


4 do. 


52 






6 do. 


70 






li do. 


108 







LICENSES TO RETAILERS. 
If beinpf in cities, towns or villages containing more than one hun- . 
died families ^* itliin a mile square, 
•fcjr&ailers^f jtf&ebaatUae, Mines and spirit* Dote, 25 



153 

Of Wines alone, 2* 

Of Spirits alone 56 

Of domestic spirits alone is 

Of merchandize other than wines and spirits 15 

If in any other place, other than a town of that size. 

Oa retailors of merchandize with wines and spirits 15 

Of wines and spirits alone 1 S 

Of spirits alone 12 

Of *domestic spirits alone 10 

Of Merchandize other than wines and spirits 10 

Stills employed in the distillation of Hoots only, one half the above 
ates. 

* Distillers, however, having a distiller's license, may sell liquor at 
fieir own distillery, and of their awn distilling, without a retailer's li* 
eaee, provided they do not retail less than Jive gallons at a tine, 

ON SALES AT AUCTION. 
1 Dollar on erery 100 dollars, on goods wares and merchandize. 
25 cents 100 dollars on vessels. 

The Auctioneer receives I per cent on the sum he collects. 
On sugar refined in the U. States 4 cents per pound, if consumed itt 
&• United States. No drawback for a sum less than 12 dolla rs. 

The United Stated Direct Tax, is apportioned to the 
Counties in this State, as follows : — 
County of Litchfield, g 19.065 72 
Fairfield, 18,810 56 

New-Haven, 16,723 >0 
Hartford, 19,603 02 

Middlesex, 9,064 20 

New-London, 1 3,392 04 
Tolland, 6,984 69 

Windham, 14,524 38 

Total, g 1 18, 1 67 71 

BLANK FORM OF A LIST OF TAXA- 
BLE POLLS AND ESTATES. 



A true List of the Polls and Estate of the town of 

rateable by Law on the 2Glh day of \hifrust 181 
2fo. Dols, Cts. 

I Polls from 21 to 70 years of age at 60 

Polls from 18 to 21 years of aje 30 

Osen aitfl B11II3 4 jews old 1Q 



Dols. I Cts, 



154 

Dvh. Ct?. 
Cows, Steers, Heifers and Bulls 3 years old 7 
Heifers, Steers or Bulis o: 2 years old 3 34 
Stallions or Seed Horses more than 3 years old 67 
Horse kind of 3 years old 10 
Horse kind of 2 years oM 7 
Horse kind of one year old 3 34 
Coveri?ig Jacks 3-4 
Mules of 3 years old or upward 10 
do. of 2 years old 7 
do. of one year old 3 34 
Acres of Plowland 1 67 
do. of Upland. Mowing and Clear Pasture 134 
do. of Boggy Meadow mo wed 84 
do. of Boggy Meadow not mowed 3 4 
do. ofMeadow La.id in the counties of Hart- 
ford and Middlesex 2 50 
Acres of other Meadow Land I 2.s 
do. of Bush Pasture 34 
do. of Uninclosed Land first rate 34 
do. of Uninelosed Land second rate 17 
do. of Uninelosed Land third rate 9 
Coaches 163 
Chariots 134 
Pliaetor.s Ip0 
Coaches 75 
Curricles 63 
Chaises, Chairs, &c. 15 
Ditto 20 
Ditto 30 
Ditto 40 
Ditto 50 
Ditto 65 
Other four wheel Carriages on Springs 30 
Ditto on Leather Braces 15 
Ditto ditto 20 
Ditto ditta 25 
Gold Watches 34 
Silver and other Watches 10 
Steel and brass wheel Clocks, or other time pie- 
ces regulated by a Pendulum 20 
Wooden Wheel Clocks 7 
Ounces of Silver Plate at one dollar and eleven 

mts per ounce at six per cent 
Money on interest at six pet cent 
Bank Stock owned by residents at 3 per cent 

Ditto owned by non-residents at 3 p. cent 

Houses fire-places first class S 

Ditto second do. 3 75 
Ditto third do. » 2 50 

Ditto fourth do. I 25 

Stores, Sec. one story high 10 

jDittn tw» sCories 20 
Anwunt carried oyer* 



D'oU. i 



H 



155 

Assessments f 

Ditto three stories 30 | 

Sheep added as a penalty 75 j 



Sheep ten months old and upwards deducted 

at 75 cents 
Abatements 



Total 



The Listers may a^ate for old or deeayed houses, one fourth, one 
If, or three fourths of the sum at which they are put in the list. 
Btock owned in Banks out of this Suite, is "not put in the list when 
ad in the State in which such Bank is kept. 

Attorneys, Physicians, Surgeons and Mechanics are exempted roni 
Cessment for two years from the time they commence business. 
The poll of each non-commissioned officer and private of the militia* 
exempted from taxation ; provided he produces a certificate from the 
llmmanding officer of the company to which lie belongs, on or before 
|e 10th of September, annually, that he is equipped according to law, 
(id dressed in uniform — and has performed military duty according to 
w. except when prevented by some reasonable excuse. 
The Listers must transmit their town lists to the Co.nptrclhr's Office, 
r the'Ist oi April annually. Tile assessments must be in eh t^il.specify- 
g the name of each person assessed, his occupation and the amount 
his assessment. A certificate from a Justice of Peace, or the Town 
lerk, that the Listers were duly chosen, and sworn on or before the 
,t day of July preceeding, must "accompany the list. 
The Listea'j. must return the snm total of the list of each School So- 

iiety. and parts of Societies in their respective towns; which Societies 
nd parts, must not exceed the amount of the town list ; also the num- 
ber of military exempts (distinguishing adults from minors) must be ad- 
led to each Society list. 
Listers in towui where there are Banks, must procure from the Cash-, 
ers a list of the non-resident Stockholders, and the amount of stock 
tanding in their names on the 20th. of August, in each year, which 
stock must be entered in the Grand List separately from the Bank 
Stock of residents, and is subject to all the taxes of Stock owned by 
titizens of this State. (See Act of May, 1812.) 



COUITS, 

SUPREME COURT (JF ERRORS. 
Sits the first Tuesday of June, ftitid first Tuesday of 
November at New- Haven. Alternately at Nevy-lla- 
/en and Hartford 



156 
SUPERIOR COURT. 
JANUARY At Windham, first Tuesday 
New-Haven third do. 

Norwich, third (a.) do. 



FEBRUARY 

JULY 
AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



At Litchfield, first 
Hartford, second 

At Haddam, last 

At New-Haven, second 
Li ich field, third 

At Hartford, first 
Tolland, first 
Windham, second 

New-London, fourth (a) 
Danbury, fourth 

At Haddam, second 
Fait field, last 
Toiland, fourth 



do.' 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 
JANUARY At Tolland, fourth Tuesday 

FEBRUARY At Danbury last do. 
MARCH At New-London (a) firstdo. 

New-Haven, third do. 

Windham, third do. 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

Hartford, fourth do. 

Had dam, Inst do. 

At Fairfield, third do. 

At New -London, second do. 

Nevt -Haven, fourth do. 

At Hartford, second do. 

Windham, third do. 

At Tolland, fourth do* 

Litchfield, fourth do. 

Middletcwn, fourth do. 

At Danbir y, third do. 

New-Haven, fcurth do. 

At Hartford, first do. 

Norvrich, first etc. 



APRIL 
JUNE 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



NOVEMBER 
DECEMBER 



A 



157 
Windham, secend 
Litchfield, second 



do. 

do. 



U STATES COURTS. 



'EBRUARY District— New-Haven, 4th Tties. 
IPRIL Circuit— New-Haven, 13 h day 

►1\Y District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

kUUUST District — New-Haven, 4th do. 

H&P PEV1BER Circuit— Hartford, 17th day 
OVEMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 



ROADS, 

with the names of good inn-keepers. 

rost road from boston to new-york. 



To Cambridge 


Porter 


3 


Milford 


Butler 


9 


W.Ttertown 


Stratton 


4 


Stratford 


Lovejoy 


5 


Waltham 
Weston 


Wells 
Smith 


3 

5 


Bridgeport 


CKm.pp 7 
I Gregory > 


4 


Sudbury 


Eames 


4 


Fairfield 


C Knapp ) 
t Bulkeley 5 


4 


Marlboro' 


Williams 


10 


Northboro 1 


Munroe 


5 


Greenfarms 


Morehouse 


6 


Shrewsbury 


Hamilton 


5 


Norwalk 


Mott 


4 


Worcester 
Leicester 


C Sikes £ 

\ Mower 5 

Hobait 


6 12 
6 


Middlesex 
Stamford 


Nash 
CHoyt 7 
? Davenpoit \ 


5 1-2 
4 1-2 


Spencer 


Jenks 


5 


Hovseneck 


Weed 


5 


Brookfield 


Draper 


7 


Bye 


Pennfield 




Weston 


I.umbard 


6 1-2 


East -Chester 


Armstrong 


10 


Palmer 


King 


8 


West Farms 


Downing 


4 


Wilbraham 


Glover 


7 


Harlem-Bridge Mudge 


4 


Springfield 


Williams 


10 


beiv~Toi'k 




3 


Snfficld 


Eld lid f*e 


11 






. 


Windsor 


Sill 


If 


Whole distance 


235 


Hart ford 




7 






— — 


Berlin 


Riley 


II 


From Boston to Hartford 


123 


Meriden 


Hough 


6 


Hartford to N. York 


112 


Wftllingford 


Board man 


8 









New -Ha ven 




c 






235 




FROM NEW 


-LGX 


HO N TO BOSTON. 




Montville 


Ha ugh ton 


7 


Attleborough 


Mann 





Norwich Fort 




r 


t VV'ivntham 


Event* 


11 


Jewett's City 


Johnson 


F 


it;: dbam 


Fuller 


12 


Plainfitld 


Eaton 


7 


l-i'i^oa 







Sterling 


Field 


A 






— 


Soitnate 


Fish 


11 


i 


Total 


, 9* 


Providence 




u 


1 







158 

FROM BOSTON TO PORTLAND 



Lynn Thayer 7 

Salem Tucker 7 

Ipswich Tread well 12 

Newburyport Perkins 12 

Hampton Leavet 



Portsmouth 
Kennebeck 

Portland 



Peck 



FROM NEW-LONDON TO NEW-HAVEN. 



Total 



2 1-2 



Branford 
Ntriv-Haven 



Barker 



Lyme Parsons 

Saybrook Pratt 

Killingwortk Crane 
Guilford Stone 

FROM NEW-LONDON TO HARTFORD. 
Waterford 5 Glastenbury "Wells 

Montville Turner S Hanford 

Nevr-Salem Turner 6, 

Colchester (good inns) 6 

Marlborough But 11 8! 

FROM HARTFORD TO ALB ANT. 
Farming'ton, Phelps 6 New- Lebanon 

,! Philipstown 
{ Union-Village 
; Bid well ' 2, Albany 

N. Hartford, Cowles 4 

Sandisfj Ms 14] 

Lenox Coifee-Jfouse 22* 

FROM ALBANY TO UTICA 



Total 



n „*^ CHosford ") 
Canton | H hreyg j 



Schenectady 


u 


Little Pail 


Amsterdam 


16 


Herkimer 


Caughawanga 


9 


Schuyler 


Johnstown 


7 


Utica 


Palatine 


14 




Manheim 


3 




FROM UTICji 


TO CANANDAIGUA. 


Russel 


3 


Johnson, West-Hill 


Conger, Newhartford 
Clark 


4 


Hutchinson, Marccllu* 


8 


Beach, 9 Mile Creek 


Laird, Westmoreland 


II 


Hall, SkeneateSes 


Leaven 


12 


Amerman. Auburn 


Marshall, Vernon 


I4| Buckley, Cayuga 


Williams 


20JBirdsa!l 


Sherwin, Lenox 


24 Sampson 


Blackesley, Sullivan 


SliSineld, Geneva 


Warner, Manlius 


38 j Taylor, Seneca 


D wight 


41)1 Whitney, Gorham 


Gumyer 


43 Dot v, Canandaigua 


Cadwell, East-Hill 


47 Bates 


FROM CANANDAIGUA TO 1 


Steel or Beck 


6! Mrs. Berry 


Egleston, Wtst-Bloomfield 


II Semon 


Frost, Lima 


IS Churchtl 


Persons 


20,Loon>is, Batavia 


Hosmer 


24 j Thomas 


Cameron, Cr.ledoma 


31 Brace 


G»nso;i 


37 


RichcurdsQfr 



■ ParVflerle fi5 Sharp g« 

flSpurr 70 'Atkins 85 

IPwter 75lRa*isome, Buftuloe ©0 

JF'^OiTf CANANDAIGUA 'IV NIAGARA FALLS. 

River 27 1-2 Niagara Talis 



21-2 

Total 112 



Genesee 1 
[OBatavia 

iBuftaloe Creek 
Chippewa 

from providence to hartfgrd. 

Kimfield, Eaton 30\Hartflrd 39 

Windham, -Stamford III 

MIDDLE ROAD FROM BOSTON TO HARTFORD. 

Dedham, Fnller SjPomfret, Cady 

Medfkld. Hekbrook 8 Ashford. Clark 9 

Mendon, Thompson 17 j Mansfield. P.kkndl 8 

Uxbridge, Reetl 5 ', Coventry. Pomroy 7 

Douglass, Dudley £| East-Hartford, Woodbridge 6* 

Thompson, Jacobs B[Hartfyrd 10 

FROM HARTFORD TO NEW-HAVEN. THRO* MIDDLETOWN. 

Middletown Isi&ew-Kaven 13 

Wallingford, Carringtnn li\ 

FROM HARTFORD TO WINDSOR, (VERMONT.) 

Springfield, Williams 9ti Putney, Stojarers 23 

Northampton, Clark 10] Chartartown. Ely 20 

iDecrfieid, -Eejui: t 18 \ Windsor, Pettis 18 

FROM NEW-LONDON TO NEWPORT. 

Westerly, Rhodes 15 iX^iT.sana-t Firry, Gardiner 3 

Tower-Hiil, Hall 25\ Newport 7 

FROM NEW-YORK TO WASHINGTON. 

Princeton 52} Baltimore 192 

Philadelphia 94 Gents 214 

Wilmington 122 Washington 232 
Susquehanna (Harvre) 15 3 j 



ERRATA. 

Page 30, for Richard L. Skinner, read Ichahod L.' Skinner, 
31, for John W. Hnukett, read John W. Hanehett. 
34, for Leonard C Wales, read Leonard E. Wales. 

39, for Ebenezt-r Griffin^-, read Ebenezer Grifrin. 

41, for Augustus Pattihone, read Augustus Pjttibonei 

42, foi' Augustus Taylcr. read Augustine Taylor* 

43, for Piulo N. Htacrcek, rsad Philo N. Hieock. 
— , for Joan R. Limjdon, read John R. Lakdon. 

46, for Calvin Willwtf, read Calvin Wilkr/. 

47, for Joseph P. Cook. jr. read Josph P. Cooke. 

49, for John S. Tomlhwon, read John L. TomHnson, 
*6 for William Person, read W'Hiam S. P/.-.rsa^i. 

40, for Calvin B&oVr, r ad Calvin Edso/u ' 





160 






INDEX, 




A LMANACK, page 


5 Insurance Co. Marine, 


*>* 


«o\ Attorneys Circuit 


1 Do. Fire, 


ib. 


Court Conn. 


145 Lodges. 


6j 


Practicip g, 


{inspectors Provi. 


94 


Con. (see counties) 




Institution Ando. 


85 


Alpha Soe. 


si 


MILITIA, 


94 


Agri. Soci.Pomfret, 


93 


State Corps, 


12G 


Academies, Cht shire, 


81 


Vol. Exempts, 


123 


Bacon, 


82 


MEDICAL Society, 


5S 


Academy, Arts, &c. 


87 


Miiusters and Consuls, 


122 


American B.O. F. M. 


74 


Missions Foreign, 


1\ 


BANKS, 


91—03 j 


Navy List, 


143 


Biblt Society, 


75 


NOMINA, to Congress, 


29 


COURTS 


155 


Assistants. 


2 


Commis. of Loam, 


131 


Notaries, 


41 


Cities, &e. 


87—90 


Offices of Acc't. 


135 


Clergy, ccc. 


6§— 73 


Adj. Gen. 


ib 


Certify. Com* 


73 


Pay Mas. 


ib 


. R^cv\ Money, 


ib. 


Ord nance, 


ib 


Lie* ntiate s 


ib. 


Purchasing 


ib 


Candidates and unsettled 




Surv. Gen. 


il 


Ministers. 


72 


Post-Office, 


13 


Colleges, New -Haven, 


79 


Postage Rates, 


13 


'. -Harvard, 


82 


Probate Courts, 


4 


Williams, 


83 Prisoners o, W. Agent, 


13 


. Rhode-Island, 


84 Physicians and Surg. 


i 


Dartmouth, 


K» Phi Beta Kappa So* 


8 


<■ Middlebury, 


86 Roads and Innkeepers, 


15 


— ■ Union, 


ib. Survt yors, 


5 


Bowdoin, 


84 Statistical Sketch, 


. i 


-<•— Vermont , 


86 Society Pro. Mor. 


. 7 


Connecticut — Government, 


i TABLES —Tides, 




executive and legisla- 


Interest, pounds, 


1 


tive, 


21 


Value of Ceiifc las 




- > ■ Judicial and Civile 


29 


lawful money, 


1 


Hartford County* 


30 


Polls and estates, 


15 


New-Haven, 


33 Tract Societv, 




New-London, 


35 Town Chrks fcc Coll'rs. 


4 


Fairfeld, 


37 Territories. U. S. 




Windham, 


39 


Unitt d States Officers, 




Litchfield, 


41 


Exec (i jive and State, 


12 


Middlesex, 


44 


Senators, 


13 


Tolland, 


45 


R< presentatives. 


14 


Duties. Tntrrii. 


151 


Judicial, 


13 


ECLIPSES, 


3 


Revenue, 


13 


FREEMEN'S Meetings, 


3 


Army, 


M 


Frec-Mfisors. 


6:?. 


Navy, 


14 


errand List £:c. 


12J 


Irdian Department, 


13 


GOVERNORS of States, 


144 


Treasury, 


13 


Hartford Gram. S, 


82 


War, ' 


13 



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FR 

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Gri 
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1815 
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C -NEOLOGY COLLECTION 



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THE 



CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LOUD 



igiS : 






BEIN& THE THIRTY-NINTH OF THX 

INDEPENDENCE OF TKE UNITED 
STATES. 

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

LY NATHAN DAEOLL. 

COMPILED UNDER THE INSPECTION OF THE SECRETARY 
OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 

.acssCaJCS— 

NEW-LONDON : 
PRINTED AND SOL© BY SAMUEL GREEN, 



te 




npHE hour of nighc is, many times, more conven- 
X iently estimated by the moon's southing, than by 
her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 

R U L E. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

will have the true time of the moon's southing for 

that day. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night. 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1815. 
Dominical Letter, A I Solar Cycle, 4 

Lunar Cycle or Gold- j Roman Indiction, 3 

en Number, li I Julian Period, 6528 

Epact, 20 j 

Names and Charafters of the Planets. 
O or @ Sol or Sun* $ or D LunaW Moon. 

5 Herschell. \ Saturn. % Jupiter. % Mars. 
© Tellas, or Earth. 9 Venus. $ Mercury. 

flames and Characters of the Afpefta. 

6 jConjunction, or planets situated in the sam 

ongitude. 

D Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distant 
frotil each other. 

$ Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis- 
tant. 

y\ Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant. 

^c Sextile, is when two placets or stars are 6C 
decrees disunt. 



There will be five Eclipses t!i Is year, three of 
the Sua and two of the Moon, in the following order, 
viz : — 

I. The first will be of the Sun, January 10th, at 
9 o'clock 10 min. in the morning, invisible to us; 
but in laTitude 63° 45' S. and Lon^ 26° 30' W. it 
•will be visible, central and annular, at noon. 

II. The second wi!l be of the Moon, June 21st, 
at one o'clock 13 m. afternoon, invisible 

III. The third will be of the Sun, July 6th, at 
7 o'clock in the evening, invisible. 

IV. The fourth wiij be a total eclipse of the 
Moon, December 16th, a part of which w II be vis- 
ible to us. The Moon will set while the eclipse is 
coming on, 

h. m* 
The eclipse will begin at 6 24 > |n ^ mom _ 
Beginning ot total darkaesss 7 23 ) 
The Moon sets 7 27 tota'y ecl : p?ed; 

Duration of visibility 1 3 

V. The fifth will be of the Sun, December 30'ch, 
at 10 o'clock 4 mm, in the morning, invisible to us, 

D's long, 75 8° 7'. D's iat. 1° 13' S. 



FREEMEN'S MEETINGS. 

FREE MEN'S-MEETINGS, throughout 
the State of Connecticut, are held annu- 
ally on the third Monday in September, and 
on the Monday following the first Tuesday 
in April. j.^16999 



"jpHE fixth column of each monthly, page (hews the 
X time of High-water at New-London, New-York, I 
Elizabctbtown-PoiBt, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Bruniwick, in North-Caro- 
lina—to which jf you add and fV btract as tn?tke annexed 
!table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places.— (A J fhews that the annexed quantities 
^of time mr.il be added; (S) fubtracled— (H) {lands for 



hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Arnapolis, Ncvf. A 

New-Bedford S 

Bofton A 

Burlington A 

Canto A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafco Bay A 

Charlcfton Bar S 

Fairfield A 
Fredcric'dyGeorgta t S 

Georgetown Bar S 

Guilford A 

Hackenfack A 

Halifax A 

Hell Gate A 

Hartford A 

Flingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwick A 

Jamestown A 
KingftownyEfo^uSy A 

Louiibourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobille-Point A 

Nantuciret S 



Names of P faces. 

New bury port A 

New-Haven A 

New- Providence S 

Newtown Landing A 

Norwich Landing A 

215 penobfcot A 

20iPenfacola S 
2 50; Philadelphia A 
2 45^Pifcataway A 

1 o I Plymouth A 
5jPolepels Ifland A 

Port Royal, S. C. S 

Portfmouth A 

Providence S 

Purifburgh, 5. C. S 

Quebec A 

Reedy-Ifland A 

Rhode-Ifiand S 

Salem A 

Sandy-Hook S 

Savannah S 

Saybrook A 

St.' Auguftir.e, 25. S 

St. John's, Nevf. A 

Sunbury, Georgia^ A 

Tybee Bar A 

White Stone A 

Williamfburg, Va. A 

Wilmington, N.C. A 



H.M 
2 45 
1 5' 
1 25 

1 o 
45 

3 
1 
A 
2 



20 
40 

* 35 

3 

o 



i5 
45 
45 
45 
82 
15 
^5 
o 



o 30 
o 15 

2 4i 

2 JI< 



JANUAKY hatu 31 day*. 






Ltist qr. 2d. lull. 5m, mo. 
X e w m_. J_0 d . 9 h*J in. rn o^ 
VVM ~ Calendar, kc. 
T 

2 
3 



i 

4!4 

5 P 

6:6 



A\2£ n. at midni't Ckr'm.7 

2 j nQ 3). .Pretty 7 

good weather if 7 

7 



First qr.l8d.lih.15m. m, 
Full rnuon 25 d. 5h. Oman, 



Q slow of clock 6 m 
Days increased 8 in. \7 
Eninhany. not too\7 



7 
S 
9 

ay 
n 

12 
13 
14 

15 

16 

17 

I 

19 

20 

3! 

22 

I 

24 

25 

2 5 

27. 

28|7 

29 ■', 

302 



Epiphany 

cold'7 

1st. sund. after Ep. \7 

J Apogee. So;7id7 

N T ew j) 6 ?S. /©w 7 

7*'s south 7h. 56m- 7 

southerly 7 

winds. 7 

Rain or snow 7 

2d sund. after Epiph. 7 

m ay be ex/iected. 7 

Days increased 24 m. 7 

HO 3 Pleasant 7 

for winter. 7 

O enters #r 3h. 34m. afi 7 

More snow or 7 

^eptuagess Sund. 7 

(5 V J Perigee, rainy 

Tides swell. 3 high. 7 

^r.lO!i.l8m.Con.St.Pi7 



4 31 
4 32 
4 32 
4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
4 35 
4 36 
4 35 
4 37 
38 
4 39 



4 40 
4 41 
§ 4 42 
1'8J4 42 
174 43 
16J4 44 
15:4 45 
14J4 46 

ISJ4 47 
1 2j4 
11:4 %\ 



5 

53 

39 

24 

9 

55 

42 

2'fj 

17 

G 

54 

41 

11 27 

ift; 11 

54 



2/ stationary. 
7*s south 6n. 48m. 
O slow of clock 13m. 
Sexagesima Sund. 



Sup. 6 O 5 • Clustering. fo 



4 50 
4 51 
4 52 
4 53 

4 54 



7 4 

8 46 

9 4 9 

10 48 

11 4 4 
morn 

35 

1 24 



11 
morn. 

36 

1 41 

2 43 
S 45 

4 45 

5 45 
9 40 

3 sets 
5 ^4 
9 39 

7 35 

8 39 

9 43 

10 43 

11 43 
morn 

43 

1 54 

3 3 

4 11 

5 8 

6 2 
j) rise 

6 3S 

7 55 
9 

10 1 

11 2! 






FLBRUAK* hattl %ti a > s. j 


Fi> st qr« 1 d.Oh 15 m. m, 


First qr.l6d,llh 


. 57 m. af- 


New 


m. 9:1 ay, 4h. 44 rn, rn. 


Full m. 23d, 3h, 


29m. aft. \ 


MW Calendar, - &c. |®rji |©s.|F.sea 


r. 3 s. 


1 4 


n0j). ~d scormj 3j4 57 2 


58 


25! 


'*- 5 


Pur;*. B. V. M. j7 2J4 53 3 


44 


1 29] 


S 6 


& wow gathering * J * 


4 58 4 


31 


2 30; 


4 7 


Cold chillwg whids.7 


5 5 


12 


3 3lj 


5 * 


LjQttkiq : ;agts Sunt*. 


659 


5 l] 


6 


7 


4 22] 


6 2 


|j) Aj3oeee. j)low. 


657 


5 3 


6 


56 


5 14 


•7 3 


2/ vises 9h. 23m. even. 


6 56 


5 4 


7 


45 


6 6l 


8 4 


Lent. Ash Wednesd. 


6 55 


5 5 


8 


32 


6 50 


--> 5 


New j). FulUides. 


£5* 


5 6 


9 


19 


3 sets] 


10 5 


iDays incr. lh. 14m. 


6 53 


5 7 


10 


3 


6 26? 


H 7 


©$low olfcJqek 15m. 


6 51 


5 9: 


10 


48 


7 22! 


I 2 i 


\\\A Sunk in L. tow.J6 5p 


5 10 


1 i 


31 


3 27j 


13 5 


! o sets 6h. 39m. Bain} : 6 A 9 


5 11 


aft. 


14 


9 33| 


1-4 " 


| Valentine, sleetM&fc 


5 12 





58 


10 37 


15 4 


then 7?2ord'J6 46 


5 U 


1 


44 


11 42 


l€ t 


. D O 3 • filcasdnt^6 45 


5 15 


2 


33 


morn. 


\7 i 


> £zj£ 6*oo« changes'^ 44 


5 16 




25 


47 


IB 3 


to ivindy, chilly^ 42 


5 18 


4 


21 


1 53 


!i». 


\ 2d. Sund. in i tint. p41 


5 19 


5 


21 


2 58 


$0 


I Q-t\ .ters>£6t ..20rr,.n>|6 40 


5 20 


6 


23 


4 3 


° 3 


3 3 A j >« >g£ e . uncom-,6 3 g 


5 22 


7 


26 


5 7 


2 £ 


i finable xvtiither & 37 


5 23 


8 


27 


6 5 


"> \ 


5 Full 3. High tides. 6 36 


5 24 


9 


25 


j) rise 


| . 


5 St. ft atthias. :6 34 


5 26 


io 


20 


6 29 


15 


7 11 rises 9h 17rr. J6 3S 


5 27 


11 


12 


7 46 


\t 


A Si.ruiid. in I,. H0 #j6 32 


5 28 


morn. 


9 3 


27 . 


3 Some fiieatiant wcathen 16 30 


5 3C 





2 


10 li 


*•••', 


3 , Slow of clot k 13m. |6,29 


5 31 





50 


! 1 18 



1 


MARCH h 


ith 


31 day*. 








L.cSi qr, 2d. J>». -Ai.ii. alt. 


IT l^st qr. 


itfd- i/li. J^ni.cn. 


Newm, 10cl. lOh. 31m. nf. 


Full m.25d. ih 


. 50m mo 


MW Calendar, &c. l@P.|<g>s.|'F.i 


iea.|>% j) s 


i 


4 


2J.VK 5:i,50m.St.David|6 28 


5 


32, 1 


38 


ui*i n 


2 


5 


a0D, Fo-uhze 


j 


34 


2 


?6 


20 


3 


6 


weather S& 25 


5 


35 


3 


15 


1 23 


4 


7 


3 with S. Diovv. 6 23 


5 


37 


4 


5 


2 17 


5 


A 


4th in Li Mid L. Sundj6 22 


5 


38 


4 


54 


3 12 


6 


2 


2 btauon')'. J Apogee.j6 2 1 


5 


39 


5 


43 


3 56 


7 


3 


$sta. ^ storm'S 20 


5 


40 


6 


31 


4 41 


8 


4 


7*'sset llh. 47m. If 18 


5 


42 


7 


19 


5 18 


9 


5 


25 near at hand 16 16 


5 


44 


8 


5 


5 56 


10 


6 


Kew Moon. j6 15 


5 


45 


8 


50 


Jse . 


U 


7 


More pleasant^ 6 14 


5 


46 


9 


34 


6 29 


12 


A 


5th in Lent. j6 12 


5 


4 8 


10 


17 


7 3! 


d 


o 


9 sets 7 o'clock. ;6 1 1 


5 


49 


11 


2 


8 34 


14 


3 


then windy and cold >6 10 


5 


50 


11 


47 


9 39 


16 


4 


Inf. 6 9. J6 8 


5 


52 


aft. 35 


10 44 


16 


5 


© slow of clock 8m. 6 7 


5 


53 


1 


26 


11 50 


17 


6 


St. Pairck. |6 5 


5 


5 5 


2 


20 


morn. 


18 


7 


n© j> . High windsJJS 4 


5 


56 


a 


17 


56 


19 


A 


Palm Sunl. 6th in 1 . 


6 3 


5 


57 


4 


17 


1 57 


20 


2 


D Perigee. 3) high. 


6 2 


5 


58 


5 


18 


2 59 


21 


3 


O enters ^ 6h. 49m. m. 


6 


5 


0, 6 


18 


3 47 


22 


i 


and fierhafis rain 


5 58 


6 


% 7 


16 


4 36 


23 


5 


7*'s set lOh, 52m. J5 57 


6 


31 8 


11 


5 22 


24 


6 


Good Friday. orsnow.\5 56 


5 


4J 9 


4 


6 7 


1 5 


r 


FullD . 1 ides swell. 5 54 


6 


6 9 


55 


D rist 


26 


A 


Easter Sand. <? O 4H 5 53 


6 


7jlQ 


45 


7 58 


27 


2 


E. Mond. Some 5 5 1 


6 


9jll 


34 


9 5 


28 


3 


F. Tues. #£<?/i/ 


5 50 


6 


10; morn. 


10 13 


>9 


4 


for an easterly 


5 49 


6 


Ill 


2411 15 


»0 


5 


storm. 


5 47 


6 


13 I 


H.morn 


n 


6 O s ^ ow of cl^ck 4 m, 5 46 


6 14 1 2 


4« o 1> 







A I'KIL hath SO davs. 




Last. qr. Id. Oh. 20 m. at'. 


First qr. iou. 4n 


. 54m. af. 


Newm. 9d, lh. 33m. -aft. 


Full m. 23d. Oh' 


30m. aft. 


M|\V| Calendar, fcc. |©r.|©s.|F.sea.|r. 1) s. 


1 


7 


$sets8h. 13m. DO 3> |5 45j6* 15 2 


55 


1 10 


2 


A 


1st. af. Easter. LowSun J5 43,6 17 


3 


44 


2 2 




2 


j) Apogee. FlemantiS 42:6 1 8 


4 


34 


2 48 


4 


3 


weather) 5 41J6 19 


5 


31 


3 25 


5 


4 


Days length 12h. 42m. 


! 5 39|6 21 


6 


8 


4 2 


6 


5 


7* J sset 10 o'clock. 


5 38J6 22 


6 


5:3 


4 3C 


7 


6 


2/ south 1 lh. 12m. 


5 36J6 24 


7 


37 


4 57 


8 


7 


Fine weather. 


5 35! 6 25 


8 


2] 


5 20 


9 


A 


2d. after East. New j) . 


5 34*6 26 


9 


C 


3 sets 


10 


2 


Spring advances ; 


5 32 6 28 


9 


52 


7 48 


11 


3 


Jlne file as ant 


5 316 29J10 


3? 


8 49 


12 


4 


weather, but 


5 30!6 30 11 


3< 


9 51 


13 


5 


©and clock even. 


528 6 32 aft. 24 


10 57 


14 


S 


*$ gr. elong. cool nights 


5 27J6 33] 1 


20 


morn. 


15 


7 


6\i%. 3 high. 


5 26j6 S4J 2 


H 


3 


16 


A 


3d. after East. DO 3 • 


5 24|6 36! 3 


N 


59 


ir 


2 


j) Perigee. Some 


5 23 ! 6 371 4 


is 


1 56 


18 


3 


st ho wry , warm 


5 22-6 38 5 


i.< 


2 40 


19 


4 


2 sets 9h. 2m. 


521*6 39 


6 


1C 


3 24 


20 


5 


Oenters87h.l lm,a f tr 


5 19|6 41 


7 


4 


3 57 


21 


6 


pleasant weather 


5 18 


6 42 


7 


52 


4 SO 


;o 


r 


7*'s set 8h. 58 n. 


5 17 


6 43 


8 


41 


5 7 


23 


A 


4th after East. Full}. 


5 15 


6 45 


9 


30 


D rise 


24' 


2 


Foggy+rmsty. 


5 14 


6 46 


10 


50 


8 1 


25' 


3 


St. Mark. 3Sfsp. JOo'cl 


5 13 


6 47 


11 


10 


9 4 


26'4 


fast of clock 3m. 


5 12 


6 48 


morn. 


10 r 


17 5 


Days leng. 13h. 38m. 


5 11 


6 49 





9 


11 6 


28 6 


Dlow. Pleasant 


5 9 


6 51 





^ 4 


morn . 


39 7 


J A; ogee. Perhaps 


5 8 


6 52 


1 


43 


4 


JO 


A 


5thaft.E. Rog Su.ratir'S 7*6 53 




5 3 


49 



MAY harh 3 1 tins 



Last. qr- Id. 7\\. 3um. m. I First qr. 15d. lOh. Om. m- 
New m. 9d. tfi. 33m. mor. | Full ir.. 23d, Oh. 10m. m. 
Last quarter 31st day, 1 hour, 17 min. morn. 



M|\V| Calendar, Sec. |{v)p.j@s. F.sea.|r. j) s 



I 


2 


o 
A, 


j 




4 


4 


.5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


A 


8 


2 


9 


£5 

J 


10 


4 


11 


5 


12 


6 


13 


7 


14 


A 


15 


2 


16 


3 


17 


i- 


18 


5 


19 


5 


JO 


r 


21 


A 


12 


2 


23 


3 


M 


4 


-25 


5 


26 


6 


17 


7 


is 


A 


29 


2 


30 3 


a i 


1-4 



->t. Phillip and James. 
OQh [G05 

Gen.E'ec. Newport. 
\ seen si on. HolyThur 
Fin? pleasant wc&< 
St. John, Evan. ther. 5 
2/ south. 9b. 9m, 4 59 

7*'s set'8 o'clock. 4 58 

New 3). Notv exf2cci4t57 
a storm z* near ; 4 56 
Gen. Elect. Hartford. 4 5 5 
]) high. /to? 4 54 

5 Apogee, fileasant 4 5^ 
Whit Sunday. 4 52 

□ O D • Rain and 4 5 

O fast of clock 4m. 4 50 
Day's length 14h. 22m 4 49 

thunder* 4 4 8 
[ J sets 10!a. 6m. 4 4 

Smoky thick air. 4 46 

[Ym'ty Sund. 6 © g 4 45 

OeKt.n7h.S6m.aftn 4 44 

Full D . <&wwe 4 43 

rain near these 4 42 

% sou. 7h. 56m. J) low. 4 45 

<? O $ D Apogee flfoz/.*. i 4 1 

Pdrhafis thunder. 4 40 

1st. Sund. after Trip, 4 39 

jp*m£ growing 4 3 C 

nveather. 4 38 



!»„,.«.,.«. 



66 

5 ! ,6 
36 
2 6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



21 



6 22 

7 6 

7 51 

8 38 

9 28 

10 21 

11 18 
aft. 1 8 

1 1 

2 18 

3 16 
10 



10 

1 

12 
13 
14? 
15! 

!?! 

1 8' 10 

1 9mcrri. 
20'. 25' 
21| I U\ 

2 
48 



3 58 

4 24 

4 50 
j) set 
8 52 

10 

11 
11 59 
morn 

39 

1 30 

2 4 

2 37 

3 9 



21 2 

22 l 2 



3 41 

4 13 
4 45 

3 rise 

8 58 

9 56 

10 41 

11 27 
morn 

£ 
38 



Ct ?1 rt Ct .- 



New m. 7d. lTh< 6m. m. 

First qr. 14d. 8h. 6rn. m. 



"JUNE hath "30 days? ~ T 

Fullm. 2ld. lh. J 3m. aft. 
La&tqr. 29d. 4h. 54m. aft 



M|Wj Calendar, &c. |@ri.|@s.[F.sea.jr. D s 



1 5 $ sets lOii. loaj. even 

2 6 Warm 

2d Sunday after Tun. 
///£re mat/ be thunder 
and rain 
New 3 . 72<r«r fAts fimf i 
5 with $. 3>t*tgh» 
]) perigee. Full tides. 
D with 9 . pleasant. 
3d Sund after Trinity. 
12;2 D0,S thunder 

13.3 Suo and clock even. 
I4f 4 D0.J. a growing 

1 5 { 5 season if not two 

1 6j6 Envy not the gory c/rz/ 
1 7|7 of the wicked. 
8|A|4th Suild* after Trim 
\W I? sets lOh, 11m. 
20^ j ruin may now pt 

S.lHjFuIl D. i-n^c st clays 
22p b>eiiters$54li; 12m. m. 
23 ; ;6 j G0l(]> i'pog. exftee'd. 
24\7 Nattv. of S : . . J Vim Bay 



2 5 ;A 

2 i* 

i8}4 

29 5 



5th Suttd. after Tiin 
2/. ft£t* I lh. 53m. 

A<# dry iv eat her. 
Q. slow o( clock 3 m. 
St Pet. D03 thundv 



9?6 Davs sht 



4 37 


7 23 


4 lot 


4 36 


7 24 


4 57 


4 36 


7 24 


5 40 


4 35 


7 2/; 


6 25 


4 34 


7 26 


7 13 


4 34 


726 


8 5 


4 33 


7 27 


9 1 


435 


72: 


•:0 1 


433 


7 27 


U 3 


4 32 


7 2, 


aft. 5 


4 3% 


7 28 


1 5 


432 


7 9o 


2 2 


431 


7 2c 


2 55 


4 31 


7 29 


3 44 


431 


7 2< 


4 52 


431 


7 29 


5 19 


431 


7 2c 


6 6 


431 


7 2c 


6 53 


4 30 


7 St- 


7 42 


■A 30 


7 3(; 


8 32 


4 30 


7 30 


9 23 


4 30 


7 SO 


10 13 


4 30 


7 30 


I 1 3 


4 30 


7 30 


11 51 


4 30 


7 30 


morn. 


4 3 1 


789 


•0 37 


4 31 


7 29 


I 2) 


4 3 1 


7 29 


2 4 


4 3 1 


7 29 


2 46 


431 


7 v .' 9 


3 28 



1 33 

1 57 

2 22 



2 49 

3 17 
3 45 

j) sets 

8 46 

9 42 

10 39 

11 4i 
morn 

I 

34 

1 4 

1 33 

2 2 

2 31 

3 
3 29 

D rise 

8 34 

9 17 
10 

10 36 

11 IS 
11 33 
11 54 
morn. 

18 



JULY ha t. 3 i flat s. 


New moon. 6d.fh.0tn* aft. j Full tnoi 21d. 3ii.46ia.m, 


First qr. 13d- 9I\. 25ni« rn. | Last q\\ 29d.6h. lorn. m. 


M{W| Calendar* ike. [^ii.j©s.|F*sea|r. >a, 


1 


7 


9 sets 9'o, 5#m. 


431 


7 21/ 


4 1 1 


43 


2 


\ 


6 ih Sund. at". Trin. 


4 32; 


728 


4 57 


1 1 1 


3 


2 


//azy weather. 


4 32j 


728 


5 46 


1 39 


4 


3 


Independence de. 1776. 


4 32 


728 


6 40 


2 7 


5 


1 


a ^Vs o m y mo rning . 


4 33 


7 27 


7 5: 


2 35 


o 


5 


^ station. New J . 


4 33 


7 27 


8 3<: 


j) sets 


7 


6 


3 perigee. > fttgb* 


4 33 


7 27 


9 43 


8 23 


8 


ri 


Full tides. now 


4 34 


726 


10 46 


9 9 


9 


i 
\ 


7th alt. Trin. 


4 34 


726 


11 46 


9 55 


LG 


2 


ex fiect a rain. 


4 35 


725 


aft 42 


30 29 


I 1 


3 


Day's length 14h.48m. 


4 36 


7 24 


1 35 


11 3 


12 


4 


clear hot weather. 


4 36 


7 24 


2 24 


11 S3 


13 


5 


^/seisiOh.44in.D 1) 


4 37 


7 23 


3 12 


morn. 


14 6 


fierhafis thunder. 


4 38 


722 


3 59 


4 


15\7 


slowofd.6m. 


4 3b 


7 22 


4 4 6 


32 


16 


A 


8ih alter Tunny-. 


4 3? 


7 2! 


5 34 


59 


If 


2 j jfrfo£ car hi there 


4 40 


7 20 


6 24 


1 34 


rS 


3 


is work enough t& 


£-40 


7 20 


7 14 


2 10 


19 


4 


5 low. do about these 


4 41 


7 19 


8 4 


2 56 


20 


5 


'J apogee. days 


1*2 


7 18 


8 54 


3 43 


21 


5 


j7*s. si. midnrght* full i 


4 43 


7 17 


9 23 


3 mt 


22 


7 


InL 6 5. ex fiect, 


4 43 


7 17 


10 30 


8 30 


23 


\ 


9ih af. l}rin, ruin 


4 44 


7 16 


U 15 


3 59 


24 2 


(0en. a 3h.2.m. aft. 


4 45 


7 15 


11 58 


9 29 


25 


3 


5 S£ts9h.l7m.Dc£ Da 


4 46 


7 14 


mortis 


9 4S 


26 


4 


• cool J or dog days 


M7 


7 1 3 


40 


tO 8 


27 


5 


Days sh0rt. 3-$nt... 


443 


712 


1 22JU") 38 


2 b 


6 


99*710 ft??/ 


i49 


7 11 


2 4UI 8 


29 


7 


D0). stoJA thunder 


-i 50 


7 10 


2 4811- 1 33 


3C 


\ 


lOih.aft. Trin. " 


4 5 I 


7 9 


3 34;morn 


312 


1/ sets 9h. 40m 


4 52 


7 S 


4 24 


S 



AUGUST hath 3.1 d*?s. 


New m. 5cl. 2h. 10m. mo. 


Full mo. J9d. 7h.24m.af. 


Fi rst q r . lid. 6h . 2 6 m . a . 


Last qr. 27d. 5h 


. 35m. af 


M 


V] Calender. &c. f©ri.[©s.[F.{ 


sea.jr. j) s 


i : 


Lammas. ? Gr. Eion.,4 5 3| 


7 7 


5 


19 


5) 


2 4 


<?Ob- > Wgh 454 


7- 6 


6 


17 


1 35 


3 5 


7*6 rise 1 1 h* 9m. J4 55 


7 5 


T 


20 


2 39 


4 6 


D p 2 r e ge c . E a s terhjU 5 6 


7 4 8 


24 


3 43 


57 


New ]) .very high tides {4 57 


7 3 9 


27 


3 8tt€ 


6 


*. 1 1th after Trinity. 4 58 


7 210 


27 


8 25 


7 2 


j^sets 8n. 55m. |i 59 


7 111 


23 


8 59 


83 


weather and rainAS 0" 


7 Oaft. 


16 


9 34 


9 4 


Day's short, lh. 2m. 15 1 


6 59 1 


6 


10 2 


105 


$ Stationary. \s 2 


658 1 


55 


10 31 


11 6 


i D O D thunder showers' 5 4 


6 5 6. 2 


4 3 


11 2 


12 7 


in many place s.\S 5 


555- 3 


32 


11 33 


1 3 / 


I 12tb Sund. after Trin.j5 6 


6 54; 4 


22 


morn. 


US 


! /jo£ weather A5 7 


6 53] 5 


12 


15 


tsk 


5 Assump. J . law, J5 8 


6 52] 6 


2 


57 


I6U 


j flaggy mor?iings.5 9 


6 51] 6 


53 


1 45 


nrfc 


i M<° weather grows \5 1 1 


649; 7 


42 


2 54 


isle 


5 D apogee. more' 5 12 


6 48 


8 


30 


3 23 


i9h 


r r^ set. 8h. 33m. Full J.;5 13 


647 
6 46 


9 


15 


3 vis 


20 


\ 13th af. Trim unsettled, 5 14 


10 





7 36 


2ih 


J 7*4 rise 10 o'clock. |5 16 


5 44 


10 


41 


8 1 


22: 


> rain-i and thunder. [5 \7 


643 


11 


24 


8 27 


23 


llComnienxe. Datm. b 18 


6 42 


morn 


8 50 


24 


5 r (Qen.n# 9h. 28m. aft.|5 19 


6 4 1 





£ 


9 U 


25 


5 (3 with 4 St BrtpJi. J5 2 1 


J639 





49 


9 42 


36 


7 . $ seti 9:i. 9=ii.n O V .5 22 


6 38 


1 


34 


10 11 


27 


\ 14th aft. Trin. D0).'5 23 


\637 


2 


2! 


10 50 


28 


2 warm weather. 5 25 


0.^ 


^ 
j 


1.3 


1 J V S0 


29 


J St.Jobn li. beheaded. 5 2a 


jo 3 ^ 


4 


E 


mo n . 


30 


t Commence. Ilarv. U. 5 27 


1633 


5 


8 


27 


.31 


5 n arc! cl even. J5 28 5 3^ 


G 


in 1 ** 



New 


m. 3d. 9h. 34m. ni. 


Full m. 


lbd. 


llh. 27m.ni. 


First qr. 10d.7h.13iw.ni. 


Last. qr. 26 d. Sh.lOm.m. 


M|W| Calendar, &c. |©ri.](v}s.|F.sea. 


r. >s 


1 


6 


j) perigee. P'leasant.5 30j6 30j 7 i4 


2 38 


c> 


7 


weather ; warm. 5 3 1 


6 29j 8 13 


3 52 


5 


A 


15th aft. Trm. New]) 


5 32 


6 28 9 12 


> set* 


4 


2 


Sup. 6 © $ . F*iU tides. 


5 3' 


6 26110 8 


7 34 


5 


3 


')og days end. 




8 25 


11 1 


8 4 


6 


t 


Commenc. Providence 


5 3(: 


6 24 


It 52 


8 35 


7 


>> 


sets 7 iii. 25m. 


5 36. 


6-22 


aft. 42 


9 6 


8 


5 


Natl v. E. V. M. 


5 3S 


6 21 


1 32 


9 38 


9 


7 ;7*s rise 8h, 52m, 


'5 40 


6 20 


2 23 


10 17 


1 


Ml 6 aiter Trin, D O D *J5 42 


6 18 


3 14 


;C 5G 


11 


2 !3 luw. Some 5 43 


6 17 


4 6 


11 45 


1 2j3 j rain near 


5 44 


6 16 


4 57 


mom. 


13 


4 Commence. N. Haven.. 


5 4f 


6 14 


5 46 


S.5 


14 


5 


*/*£*£ (/aws. 


5 47 


6 13 


6 35 


1 32 


15 





3) . Apogee. Pleasant. 


5 4? 


6 11 


7 22] 2 30 


16 


7 


©fast of cl. 6 in. 


5 50 


6 10 


8 6| 3 ZO 


17 


A 


17th aft. Trin. 


5 51 


5 9 


8 49; 4 31 


18 





Full 3. A cold 


5 5S 


6 7 


9 32'u rise 


19 


3 


chilling storm 


5 54 


5 6 


10 14! 7 2 


20 


4 


about these days 


5 55 


6 5 


10 57! 7 27 


21 


5 


jiwith % . high 


5 57 


6 3 


11 41 7 5 5 


22 


5 


stationary. winds. 


5 5t 


6 2 


morn J 8 2 


23 


7 


0cn.=a= 6h. 4m\ after. 


6 


6 


18 8 61 


24 


4 


18th after Trinity. 


6 1 


5 59 


1 18 9 SjT 


25 


2 


Pleasant weather^ 2 


5 5S 


2 11 10 2 


2 6 


3 


□ 03. 5 high; 


6 4 


5 56 


3 7 11 2- 


2? 


*'• 


£/w rain. 


6 5 


5 55 


4 6 Tiiorit 


£8 


5 


7 # 's rise 7li. 44m. 


6 7 


5 53 


5 7, 25 


29 


6 


3) Perigee. Lowry. 


6 8 


5 52 


6 6 1 $1 


30 


7 j O fast of clock 10m. 


6 9 


5 51 


7 4 2 5, 



New mo. id* Oil. b,i i. cut. 


bull m- USd.8h„ 


16m. rno. 


First qr. 9d. U.h. 57. n. a. 


Lastqr. 25d.llr 


. 21tn. mi. 


V1|W| Calendar, &c. !@n.|©s 


ur.i 


H».|p,>* 

3 50 


1 


^ 


19t& alur Trim 


6 I-J 


5 49 


8 


o 


2 


New j) westerly 


6 12 


5 48 


8 


54 ])seh- 


5 


3 


ivinds. Cold 


G 13 


5 47 


9 


47 6 40 


4 


4 


Day's length lib. 30m 


6 15 


5 45 


10 


38 7 1 I 


5 


5 


Pleasant weather 


6 16 


5 4-i 


11 


29 7 42 


6 


6 


©fast of clock 21m. 


6 17 


5 43 


aft. 2 I'; 8 20 


i 


r 


f/?m comes a storm 


6 19 


5 41 


1 


14 8 58 


8 


■\ 


10th aft. Trin. 


6 20 


5 40 


2 


7 9 46 


9 


2 


h sta. GO 5- E0> 


6 21 


5 Si 


2 


59J10 35 


to 


3 


7*s.ri.7o'cl'k. Dlow. 


6 23 


5 37 


3 


50 


11 32 


1 1 


i 


Pleasant weather, 


6 24 


5 36 


4 


SJ 


morn. 


12 


5 


then c ernes 


6 26 


5 3*1 


5 


26 


29 


13 


6 


Inf. 6 J . D Apogi 


6 27 


5 3. 


6 


11 


1 28 


14 


7 


6 © 2/ . ^ «s* or/«. 


6 28 


5 32 


6 


5 5 


2 27 


15 


k 


21st aft. Trin. 


6 30 


5 30 


7 


38 


3 25 


16 


2 


IjT/§7/ winds. 


6 3 i 


5 29 


8 


20 


4 32 


17 


3 


Ston. Baptist A so. 


6 32 


5 28 


9 


2 


5 30 


'8 


4 


St. Luke, Evan, Full J 


6 34 


5 26 


9 


46 


J) rise 


59 


5 


Pleasant weather 


6 35 


5 25 


10 


33 


6 40 


%Q 


6 


7*s rise 6b. 23m. m®r 


6 36 


5 24 


11 


22 


7 10 


1] 


7 


for the season. 


6 38 


5 22 


morn. 


7 41 


go 


•• 


22d. after Trim 


6 39 


521 





14 


S 29 


•23 


2 


fast of cl. 16m. Db 


6 4C 


5 20 


1 


10 


9 17 


24 


3 


Qent'rs m~ 2h. 11 mm 


6 42 


5 18 


2 


8 


10 23 


;5 


A 


Venus ? and Jupiter^. 


6 43 


5 17 


3 


6 


11 29 


26 


5 


D Perigee- are boll 


6 44 


5 16 


4 


i 


i orn. 


27 


6 


morning stars 1 6 45 


5 15 


5 


i 


42 


2 8 


7 


St. Simon fc 'Jude. 


6 47 


5 13 


5 


55 


1 55 


29 




23d, aft. Trin. 


6 48 


5 1 • 


f. 


48 


3 9 


30 


i 2 


D \ . Denote. 


6 49 


5 li 


7 


o 


4 24 


"' 


3 


changeable wea'he-- 


6 ' 1 5 9 


g 


"\ 


5 28 



]Sew m Id. 4h. 47m. m, I Full in. 16d. 6ii. 2ini. at L 
First qri 8<J. 7h. 47m. aft. | Last qr. 23d. 6h. 4am. af 
New moon 30th day, 6 hour, 4 min- aft. 



Ml vV Calendar, &e. 



©riiQ* \h sea ,-. ]5s 



i; 


4 


aj 


5 


3 


6 


4 


7 


5 


A 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


10 


6 


11 


7 


12 


A 


1 3 


2 


[.4 


3 


15 


4 


16 


5 


17J6 
18J7 


1 9 \ 


20J2 


213 


22;4 


23 


5 


24 


i 6 


25 


* 


26 




27 


2 


2S 


3 


29 


4 


3d 


[5 



Ail baiQLci. N;e<* j) . 

<?;* Easterly 
Day's length lOh. 12m. 
storm is near 
24th aft. Trin. 

then more pleasant 
9 rises 4h. 11m. mor 
IIO 3. Some 

D agog« e. rain 

near this time. 
Inf. 6 Q # . windy 

25th after Trin. 
2/ri. 4h. 57m. morn. 
Venus 9 and Jove 2/ , 
In splendors bright, 
Now ushers in Full > 
The morning light. 
7*s S, near midwight. 
26:.h after Trin. 

foggy chilly 
O fast of clock 14 m. 
©enters f 10h.33m. af. 
B perigee, Q0D. 

foul iv eat her 
o rises Sh, 33m. 
27U* aft. Trin. 

then pleasant. 
7H south llh. 12m 
D with $ . windy 

St. And 6 f-Newj 



6 j2 


5 8 


9 20 


>oU 


6 53,5 7 


10 12 


6 \( 


6 54J5 6 


11 5 


6 56 


6 55|5 5 


11 5,8 


7 3/ 


6 57J5 3 


aft. 52 


3 2< 


6 5SJ5 5 


1 44 


9 21 


6 59 


5 1 


4, J ; i 


10 2C 


7 


5 


3 23 


11 21 


7 1 


4 51 


4 8 


morn 


7 3 


4 58 


4 52 


2( 


^ 4 


4 56 


5 35 


I 20 


7 5 


4 55 


6 \6 


2 2; 


7 6 


4 54 


6 58 


3 22 


7 7 


4 53 


7 41 


4 U 


7 8 


4 52 


8 27 


5 6 


7 9 


4 5 1 


9 15 


D rise 


7 10 


4 50 


10 7 


5 Sfc 


7 11 


4 49 


11 2 


6 2^ 


7 12 


4 48 


12 


7 1 


7 13 


4 47 


morn. 


8 U 


7 14 


4 46 


1 


9 U 


7 15 


4 45 


1 58 


1© 5C 


7 1,6 


4 44 


2 55 


11 42 


7 17 


4 43 


3 49 


mars 


7*8 


4 42 


4 40 


55 


7 19 


4 41 


5 29 


2 5 


7 19 


4 41 


6 18 


3 15 


7 20 


4 40 


7 7 


4 26 


721 


4 39 


7 56 


5 30 


7 22 


4 38 


8 47 


Dset^ 







*_» A-J W ^J »- » .».J> »-* A 






j „. 






First qr..8 d. 5h. 3m. aft. 


Last qr. 23c 


, 2h,22m. m. 


Fullm. 16d. 8h. 1.1m. m. 


New m. 30c1 


. XOh. 4m. m t 


M|VV | Calendar, &o. |©ri.|©i 


sa.|r.©.s 


1 


6 


Lruod winter weather. 


7 22 


4 3a 


9 


39 


5 21 


2 


7 


$ rises 3h. 40m. morn. 


7 23 


4 37 


10 


34 


6 11 


3 


A 


Advent. Sund. D Sow. 


7 24 


4 oo 


11 


27 


7 2 


4 


2 


7*s south lOh. 46m. 


7 24 


4 $6 


aft. 


19 


8 i 


5 


3 


j) Apogee. Windy. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 


9 


9 


6 


4 


chilly weather. 


725 


4^5 


1 


55 


10 


7 


5 


% rises 3h. 44 m.mor 


7 26 


4 34 


2 


39 


\\ Q 


8 


6 


Concep.B-V.M.n© j) 


7 26 


4 34 


3 


2, 


morn. 


9 


7 


.Ranz er sfiow 


727 


4 33 


4 


2 


3 


10 


A 


2d Sunday in Advent. 


7 27 


4 oj 


4 


4" 


1 1 


J i 


2 


Moderate for 


7 28 


4 32 


5 


24 


2 2 


12 


3 


December ; tAerfl comes 


728 


43<Q 


6 


7 


3 


13 


4 


a driving snow storm 


7 28 


4 32 


6 


5 * 


4 4 


14 


5 


9 rise 3h. 29ro. morn. 


7 29 


431 


7 


4j 


5 8 


15 


6 


7*s south 10 o'clock. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 


39 


6 6 


16 


7 


Full j) . near this time- 


7 29 


431 


9 


3 7 


]>t-sd 


17 


i 


3d in Advent. jMvfc£ 


7 29 


431 


10 


3 8 


5 48 


18 


2 


Full tides. n Windy 


7 30 


4 30 


11 


39 


6 52 


19 


o 


j) Perigee. Cold. 


7 30 


4 30 


morn. 


7 57 


20 


4 


©and clock even. 


7-30 


4 30 





38 


9 15 


21 


5 


Day's length 9h. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 


34 


10 34 


22 


6 


(©in VJ 11 morn. ZVc/w 


7 30 


4 30 


2 


26 


11 44 


4 J 


7 


look out for a D O 2 


7 30 


4 30 


3 


16 


morn, 


24 


\ 


4lh in Advent. co/c/ 


7 30 


4 30 


4 


4 


55 


25 


2 


Christmas clay, storm 


7 30 


4 30 


4 


51 


2 4 


26 


a 


St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 


39 


o lo 


27 


4 


St. Join, Evan. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 


28 


4 20 


2 


5 


May virtue bless Co- 


7 29 


431 


7 


19 


5 27 


29 


6 


lumbia's shore, 


7 29 


4 31 


8 


I 


6 32 


30 


r 


And hateful disord b. 


7 29 


431 


9 


4 


Dseu 


3l'A 


no more. Farewell. 


7 28 


4 32 


9 


56J 


5 33 



A TABLE o 


f S 


[MPLE In' 


rEREST at 6 per Cefrt, 


For any Sam from 20*. to £.1000. 


i Mon. | 3 Mon. | 6 Mori. 


| A Year._ 


£- 


jr. d. 


* 


J. d. q. 


s. d. q. 


s. d. q. 


i 


1 





032 


070 


1 21 


z 


O 2 


1 


070 


1 20 


2 4 3 


3 


3 


2 


10 3 


1 9 2 


3 7° 


4 


4 


3 


1 s 1 


242 


490 


5 


6 





1 60 


300 


600 


6 


7 





1 92 


3 7° 


720 


7 


3 


1 


210 


4 2 ° 


840 


8 


9 


2 


243 


4 9 2 


9 7° 


9 


10 


3 


2 8 1 


5 4 2 


10 9 


T- 


/. s. d. 


/. s.d. 


/. s. d. 1 


/. s. d. ' 


iO 


1 





030 


O 60 J 


0120 


SO 


2 





60 


O120 


1 40 


3° 


3 





090 


0180 


1 16 


4° 


4 





0120 


1 40 


280 


5° 


5 





15 


1 10 


3 00 


€o 


6 





0180 


1160 


3120 


11 


? 





1 10 


2 2 


44° 





1 4 


280 


4160 


9° 


9 





1 7 c 


2 14 O 


5 So 


ioo 


10 





1 10 3 00 


600 


soo 


1 





300 


6 00 


12 00 


3°° 


i * l0 





4 10 


9 °° 


18 00 


400 


2 





60c 


12 00 


24 00 


500 


2 10 





7 10 c 


> 15 00 


30 00 


600 


3 ° 


9 


> 18 00 


36 00 


700 ! 3 10 
800 i 4 





TO IO C 


> 21 00 


42 00 





12 O C 


> 24 00 


48 00 


900 1 4 10 





13 IO < 


5 27 00 


54 00 


hoqd J 5 © 





15 oc 


^30 00 


60 OO 








* 







TABLE, 

Shewing the value of any number of Cents, from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence, and farthings. 



CtS. 
1 

2 

4 
5 

6 
7 

o 
© 

9 

10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
15 
36 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

'22 

-•. -) 
~o 

14 



s. d.f, 

\ 



10 
10 

11 

1 I 



cts\ 
26j 1 

27 1 
1 

1 

1 
1 



d.f 

6 S 

7 2 

8 1 

9 
9 5 

10 1 



9 

9 
10 
11 1 





o 

1 5 

2 1 
3 3 







9 

10 
10 

11 

1 

1 c 
1 

2 



cts. 

76 
77 

78 
79 
80 
81 



84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
9C 
91 
92 
98 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
1C0 



d.f. 

6 3 

7 3 
3 2 
9 1 
9 2 

4 10 1 
4 U 
11 3 
2 
2 1 
2 

2 3 

3 1 

4 

4 3 

5 2 







9 

9 

10 2 
H I 





Money accounts of the United States are to ^e ex- 
pressed in Dollars or Units, Dismcs or Tenths, 
Cents cr Hundredths, and Milles or Thousandths \ 
A Disme being the tenth part of a Dollar* a CVw* 
the hundredth part of a Dollar, and a iW/ the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



19 
ROADS, 

WITH THE NAMES OF GOOD INNKEEPERS. 



Post Road from Boston to 
J\ % ew York. 

To Cambridge Porter 3 

Watertown Stratum 4 

Waltham Wells 3 

Weston Smith 5 

Sudbury Eamcs 4 

Marlboro' Williams 10 

North boro' Munroe 5 
Shrewsbury Hamilton 5 

Worcester \ gjj£^- 6| 

Leicester Hobart 6 

Spencer Jenks 5 

Brookfield Draper 7 

Weston Lumbard 6£ 

Palmer King 8 

Wilbraham Glover 7 

Springfield Williams 10 

Suffield Eldridge 11 

Windsor Sill 10 

Hartford 7 

Berlin Biley 1 1 

Metiden Hough G 

Wallingford Boardman 8 

New -Haven 9 

Milford Btuler 9 

Stratford Love joy 5 

BriWrt Jgw, * 

W**l fey f 
CJreenfarms Morehouse G 
Nor walk Molt 4 

MK.ldler.ex Nash 5 U2 

Stamford $ J* * 1 1J 

^Davenport ™ 

liorseneck Weed 



Rye Pennfield 5 

East-Chester lf> 

West-Farms Downing 4 
Harlem Bridge, Mudge 4 
JVdw-JorA? 8 

Whole distance 235 

From Boston to Hartford 123 
Hartford to New-York 1 P4 

— 235 

From A ew- London to Bos- 
ton. 
To MontviHe HaugftW 7 
Norwich Port 6 

Jewett'sCity Johnson jf 
Plainfield Eaton 7 

Sterling E'ekl 4 

Scituate Fish it 

Providence 15 

AUleboiough, Mann 19 
Wrcntham Everitt 11 
Ded bam Fuller 12 

Boston 9 

— Total 99 

From Boston to Portland, 
Lynn Thayer 7 

Salem Tjicker 7 

Ipswich ?*reachrelU2 

Newbury port, Perkins 12 
' Hampton Lcavct 15 
Portsmouth W 

Ren ne beck 29 

Portland Peck 27 

Total 19ft 



From Nexv-London to New- 
Haven. 

Lyme Parsons 14 

Say brook Pratt 2 1-2 

Killing worth Crane 8 

Guilford Stone 9 

Bran ford Barker 9 

JVevv-IIaven 8 

Total 50 1-2 
From New- London to Hart- 
ford. 
Waterford Avery 5 

Monlvitle Turner 3 

jNew Salem Turner 6 

Colchester (good inns) 6 
Marlborough, Buell 
Giastenbury Hollister 
Wells 



20 



Hartford 



5 
5 
4 3-4 



— 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albany. 



Farmington Phelps 
Canton Humphreys 

Bidweli 
N. Hartford C^wles 
San disfi elds 
Lenox CofFee-House 
New-Lebanon 
Phillipstown 
Union Village 
Albany 



6 
7 
2 
4 
14 

22 

12 

9 

7 

11 

— 94 
From Albany to Utica. 

Schenectady 14 

Amsterdam 10 

Caughawanga 9 

Johnstown 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim 3 



Little Falls 7 

Herkimer 7 

Schuyler 6 

Utica 9 

— 93 
From Utica to Canandaigua. 

Russel 3 
Conger, New-Hartfofd 4 

Clark 8 

Laird, Westmoreland 11 

Leaven 12 

Marshal!, Vernon 14 

Williams ^ 20 

Sherwin, Lenox 24 

Blackesley, Sullivan 31 

Warner, Manlius 38 

D wight 40 

Gurnyear 43 

Cadwell, East-Hill 47 

Johnson, West-Hill 52 

Hutchinson, Marcellus 55 

Beach, 9 mile Creek 60 

Hall, Slteneateles 66 

Amerman, Auburn 75 

Buckley, Cayuga 82 

BirdsaU 85 

Sampson 92 

Shield, Geneva SX 

Taylor, Seneca 101 

Whitney, Gorham 107 

Doty, Canandaigua 112 

Bates 113 

From Canandaigua to Buf- 

fa he. 

Steel or Beech 6 
Egieston, W. BloomEeld It 

Frost, Lima 16 

Pierson 20 

Hosmcr 24 

Cameron, Caledonia 31 



21 



Gansow 


37 


Mrs. Berry 


58 


Semon 


43 


Churchel 


45 


Loomis, Batavia 


49 


Thomas 


52 


Bruce 


56 


Richardson 


60 


Parmele 


65 


Spurr 


70 


Porter 


76 


Sharp 


80 


Atkins 


85 


Kansome, BufTaloe 


90 



From Canandaigua to JW- 

agar a Falls. 

Genesee River 27 1-2 

Batavia 27 

Buftaioe Creek So 

Chippewa 19 

Niagara Falls 2 1-2 

— 112 
.From Providence to Hart- 
ford. 

Plainfield Eaton SO 

Wiadhara Stafford li 
Hartford m SO 

— 74 
Middle Road from Boston to 

Hartford, 



Dedham # 


Fuller 


9 


Medfield 


Holebrook 


S 


Mendon 


Thompson 


17 


Ux bridge 


Reed 


5 


Douglass 


Dudley- 


6 


Thompson 


Jacobs 


8 


JPomfret 


Cady 


9 



Ashford Clark % 

Mansfield Bicknell 8 

Coventry Pomroy 7 

E. Hartford AVoodbridge 6 

Hartford 10 

Frorc Hartford to New-Ha- 
ven, thro 9 JMiddletoivn. 
Middletown 15 

Wallingford Carrington 14 
New -Haven 13 



From Hartford- to Windsor, 

C Vermont. J 

Springfield Williams 28 

Northampton, Ciark 19 

Deerfield, Rennet 18 

Putney, S towers 23 

Charlestown, Ely 29 

Windsor, Pettis IS 

— 12S 

From New-London to J\ ew* 

port. 

Westerly, Rhodes 15 

Tower-Mil!, Hall 25 

Xarraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 



From New -York 


to 


Wash' 


in 


gloit. 






Princeton 






52 


Philadelphia 






94 


Wilmington 






122 


Susquehanna 


(Havre 


158 


Baltimore 






192 


Gents 






214 


Washington 






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22 
AMERICAN 

CHUONOLOGICAL TABLE. 

1492 America discovered by (JoTambttS. 

1494 North America discovered by Sebastian Cabot. 

1498 Newfoundland settled by the" English. 

1518 Mexico conquered by the Spaniards. 

1520 Peru conquered by the Spaniards under Pizarro. 

1600 Brazil discovered and Bettled by the Portuguese, 

1607 Virginia first settled by |be English. 

1608 Canada settled, nnd Quebec bulk by the French. 
1614 New-fork and New- Jersey settled* by tne Dulcbj 
1620 Massachusetts settled by the English. 

1622 Nova-Scotia settled by the English. 

1623 New- Hampshire settled. 
1 633 Ma ry ! an d sett! ed . 

16.35 Connecticut and Rhode -Island settled. 

i.666 South-Carolina settled 

iJm North-Carolina settled* 

1732 Georgia settled. 

- — „ Feh. 22. George Washington hov::. 

17 5G War between France and England. 

IT$$ July 9. Gen. Brad dock kilied near Fort dc Qeesne* 

1?59 Niagara taken by the English 

— ■— ■ ■ Sept 12. The French defeated on the plains of A- 

braluUTv, by Gen. Wolfe, and Quebec taken. 
17*63 P- ice concluded between France and England, &ud 

Can: 3a ceded to the English. 
17C5 Ja :. IQ. Stamp Act passed, which produced great b&» 

tnults in North America. 
1766 Si v ;> Act repealed,, 
J 767 June 29- Tax on paper and glass. 
1 .":■■'■* Great tumults in the American colonies. 
T7li ? First nonimportation resolution. 
t7Z0 Associations 'refusing t< .'■'■ k tea: 
177 1 Insurrection in North-Carolina. 
1773 Tea destroyed in Boston. 
iff A A**ril 4. Boston port bill passed. 
Sept. 5. Tl Linenial cODgress met in Pbila- 

delpbia 
i \priM9. Battle at Lcxjrigton. 
— ~~ June gT« Battle at Bunker's liHl. 



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1775 Nov. 2. St. John's taken by Gen. Montgomery. 

. Nov. 12. Montreal taken by Gen. Montgomery. 

Dee. 31. Attack on Quebec, when Gen. Montgome- 
ry was slain. 

1776 Jan. 1. Norfolk in Virginia bunt. 

, ,) uly 4 . American Imd&pendence declared. 

■ ■ ,■ i Aug. 27. Battle at Flathush, Long-Island. 

__. — Nov. 16. Fort Washington taken by the English. 

— Nov, 20. Great fire in New-York, in which Trinity- 
Church was burnt, and one third of the cily des- 
troyed. 

Nov. SO. Battle at White-Plains. 

. Dec. 4. Rhode-Is'and taken by the British. 

— — Dec. 26. Battle at Trenton. 

1777 Jan. 3- Battle at Princeton. 

—— April 26. Danbury fCori',) burnt by the British. 

July 6.- Gen. St. Clair evacuated Ticonderega. 

July 7- Batlie at Skeensboro'. 

■i . Ang. 16. Battle at Bennington 

— — Oct. 14. Battle at Germantown* 

Oct. 15. Kingsiou (Esopus's burnt. 

— — (Jet J 6. Gen. Burgoyne and tin- British army at Sar- 
atoga, surrendered to the Americans under Gen, 
Gates. 

-— Oct. 22. Battle at Red- Bank. 

1778 July 8. Count D'Estaing arrived in the Delaware witk 

V& French ships of the line. 
July 08. Battle at Monmouth. 

1779 January. Savannah taken by the British. 
«. March 3. Battle at BHer Ceek. 

July \ 1. Fairfieid (;Gon.) burnt by the British. 

July 13. Norwalk (Con.) burnt by do. 

— . July 15. Stony-Point taken bv the Americans under 

Gen. Wayne. 

1780 July 10. Count Roehambeau arrived at Rhode-Island 

with 6000 French troops.' 
— Aug. 16. Battle at Camden. 
17SI Jan'.'l7. Battle at Cow-Pens, 

— Feb. 3. St. Eustatius taken by the British. 

March 16. Battle at Guilford Ccurt-House. 

— — Sept. 8, Battle at Eutaw Springs. 

— *— - Sept, 13. New-London burnt by the British. 



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1781 Oct. 29. Lord Cornwall's and his army surrendered 

to Gen. Washington, at Yorktown, which termina- 
ted the war. 

1782 Treaty between the U„ States and Holland concluded . 

1783 Jan. 20. Definitive treaty of peaee signed, and the 

Independence of the United States acknowledged 

by Great-Britain. 
1 Sept. 3, Peace between the United States and Great 

Britain finally concluded. 
— • — Nov. 25. New-York evacuated by the British troopg. 
17X6* Shay's insurrection in Massachusetts. 

1787 Sep"t. 27. The Federal Constitution agreed upon. 

1788 Gen. Washington chosen the first president of the U- 

nited States. 

1789 March 4. First Congress under the new constitution, 

met at New-York. 

1790 Sept, 29. Gen. Harmer defeated by the Miami Ia« 

dians. 

1791 Nov. 4. Gen. St. Clair defeated by the Indians. 

1792 Mint established in Philadelphia. 

1793 Gen. Washington's proclamation of neutrality, which 

gave offence to those who espoused the cause of 
France. 

1794 March 26. The first embargo laid and limited to SO 

days. 

— — Aug. 20. Gen Wayne defeated by the Indians neat 
the rapids of Miami. 

Insurrection in Pennsylvania. 

1 — — Insurrection of the negroes in St. Domingo, and mas- 
sacre of the whites, in which SOOO perished. 

1796 Gen. Washington declined a third election, and John 
Adams chosen the second President of the U. States, 

1798 War with France. 

1799 Commodore Truxton, in the frigate Constellation, cap- 

tured the French frigate Insurgente. 

Dec. 14. General Washington died aged 68. 

JSOO Convention with France. 

— — Thomas Jefferson chosen the third President of th« 

United Stales. 

1801 March 4. The power went into the hands of the dem- 

ocrats. 

1802 Ohio made a state, aad admitted into the Uqionv 



1804 Louisiana purchased of the French for 15,000,000 dols, 

1805 Thomas Jefferson re-elected President of the U. S. 

1806 British treaty rejected by the President.* 

•— — June 22. Attack on the Chesapeake by the British 
ship Leopard. 

1807 Dec. 2-2. The unlimited embargo law passed. 

180S Mr. Erskine, the British Minister, arrived in this 
country. 

Mr. Madison chosen the fourth President of the Uni- 
ted States. 

1809 March. Embargo law repealed, and non-intercourse 

established. 
— — April. Erskine'sarrrngement, which opened a par- 
tial intercourse with Great Britain. 

■ ■ Nov. Jackson, the British minister, dismissed. 

1810 Nov. 1. President's proclamation, declaring the Frenca 

decrees revoked. 

1811 Feb. 1. Non-intercourse with Great-Britain, establish- 

ed by congress. 

1812 June 18. War declared by the United States against 

Great-Britain. 

■ June 21. Com. Rogers, with the American fleet, sail- 

ed from Sandy Hook on a cruise. 

— June 23. British Orders in Council revoked. 

.. — _ July 13. General Hull planted the United States' stan- 
dard in Upper Canada* 

.—- — July 15. American brig Nautilus taken by the British. 

July 17, Michilimuckp.naek taken by the British. 

— July 27 and 28. Mob hi Baltimore, in which the brave- 

General Lingan lost his life, and several others wer© 
severely wounded, and left for dead. 

— Aug. 7. General UnU pulfed up the American stan- 

dard in Canada, and retreated to Detroit. 

" ■ Aug. 13. British armed brig Alert take;* by Captaia 
Porter in the Essex, 

... Aug. 17. General Hull surrendered his army, and 
the whole territory of Michigan, to the British, un- 
der General Brock. 

' Aug. 19. The British frigate Guerrier taken by the 

Constitution, commanded by Captain Hull. 

— Aug. 19. Great Hurricane at New-Orleans. 

Aug. 24. Sir J. B. Warren arrived at Halifax to takt 

the place of Admiral Sawyer. 



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% 812 Oct. 13. Battle at Quecnstown, in which the British 

General Brock was killed. 
! ■ Oct 25. The British frigate Macedonian taken by 
the U.S. frigate United States, commanded bv Com- 
modore Decatur 
» hi Oct, 18., The British brig Frotfc, of IB guns, taken by 

the U. S. ship Wasp, Capt Jones, cf 1 6 guns. 
— Nov. 22. Battle of the Army of the North, under 

Gen. Dearborn, at Odietown. 
— — Nov. 28. Battle at Chippewa. 
— — Dec 30. The British frigate Java, taken by the U. 

S. frigate Constitution, Com. Bainbridge. 
IS 13 Feb. 24. The British sloop of war Peacock, taken by 

U. S» sloop of war "Hornet, Capt. Lawrence. 
— — June 1, United States' frigate Chesapeake, taken by 

the British frigate Shannon. 
- — — Sent. 5. British brig Boxer taken by the U. S. brig 
Enterprize, Captain B'Qrrbifs. 

Sept. 10. British squadron on Lake Erie, captured 

by the American squadron, under Corn Perry. 

Argus, of 18 guns, taken by the 
ir Pelican, of 52 gttns. 
*ers arrived at .New-York in the 
from a cruise, haviag waited 7 1-2. 
fook for the tide, in presence of a 
gate, without being attacked. 

Essex, of 32 guns, Capt. 
aJsOj by the British frigate 
3, and sloop of war Cherub of 22 
guns, after an action of 2 hours and a half- 
April 520. (Jnitee* States* sloop of war Frolic, Capt, 

Bain bridge, taken by the British frigate Orpheus. 
April $9, Brjtisb sloop of war Epervier, taken by the 
U. S. sloop of war Peacock, Captain Warrington. 
. June 22. The Independence, of 74 guns, launched 
at Charlestown. The first built under the federal 
government. 

- June #8, British sloop of war Reindeer, taken by the 
U. S. s'oop of war Wasp, Capt Biafceley. 

• July 3. Gen Brown passed the Niagara and entered 
Canada.-Sanie day t^ok Fort Erie, and ITXi prisoners. 

- July 5. Battle of Chippewa — British defeated. 



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....... July 11. Eastport taken. 

July 20. United Slates' brig Rattlesnake, Lieut.'Reiv 

Jihaw, taken by the British ship Leander> 

July 25. Gen. Brown defeated the British General 

Drummond, at the Falls of Niagara. 

Aug. 9. Attack on Stomngtcn, by Com. Hardy. 

.. — .. Aug. 8. The American and British commissioners 
comr.aenctd negotiation at Ghent, 

Aug. 15. Gen. Gaines defeated Gen. Brummond at 

Erie. 

Aug. 26. Washington taken by Gen. Ross, and the 

Capitol and President's House burnt. 

Aug. £9. Alexandria taken and plundered. 

..«-— Sept# I. Vermont invaded by Gen. Prcvost, at the 
head of 1 4,000 troops, 

.«•!- Bept. 3. Corvette Adams destroyed in the Penobscot, 

.»„...- git John SjteibrQoJk issued a Proclamation declaring 
the fturpose of taking British possession of the coun- 
try between Penobscot and Passamaquaddyi 

»..— -- Sept. ti. British iBeet on Lake Champlain, comman- 
ded b) Com. Downie, captured by the American 
fleet comnianded by Commodore Macdonough. 

»»....- gept. [L Attackof GemPre^ost on Plattsburgh, and 
^efesfted, 

„*...-„ Sept. 1J. Gen Preyost retired with disgrace. 

..»,.-. Sept. \2, Attack on Baltimore. 

— .— Sept. ! J. Maj, Lawrence defeated the ^British and 
Indians at Fort Bowyer, near Mobile, and destroyed 
i.Uo ship ligrmes of 28 guns. 

....... Sept. 17, Gen. Brown carried the works of General 

Drummond by storm. 

....... Sept, 19. Congress met by proclamation of the Pres- 
ident. 

O^t, L The Washington, of 74 guns, launched at 

Portsmouth. 

....... Oct, 6. The John Adams arrived at New-York with 

''"' dispatches from our commissioners at Ghent. 

........ Oct. 18. Delegates appointed by the Lcgiri^iure of 

Massachusetts, to meet at Hartford on the J5tb Dec. 
such as migiit be appointed from ihe other NeW- 
Engiand states, to confer oa the political state of ths 
Uaioai 



POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT, 



Return J. Meigs, Jun. Post-Master General. 
Abraham Bradley, assistant Post-Master General. 
Seth Pease, do. 

LIST OF POST-OFFICES 

And Posf-JMasters in the State of Connecticut : also, oftlm 
principal Cities and Tdcwna in the United States. 



STATE OF 
Post-Offices. 

Ash ford 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Bran ford 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Burlington 

Bolton 

Bristol 

BradieysvUIe, (Litchfield) 

Barkhampstead 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or West-SirasLur; 
Chelsea Landing 
Cheshire 
Chester 
Colchester 
Colebrook. 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Dan bury 
Derby 
Durham 
East-iladdam 
Kast-Hartford 
Ortord ParUk 



COJCYECT1CUT. 

Post-Masters. 
David Boiles 
George Hubbard, j'f 
Joseph Brooks 
Jonathan Barker 
Jesse Sterling 
Robert B. Ruggles 
Adams White, j'r 
Wait Dowrey 
Saul Alvord 
Lott Newell 
Henry Wadswortk 
Judati Roberts 
CEly Weston 
£WilliamM.BurrM 
Gad Bulkley 
r Jared Mills, j'r 
John De Witt 
Amasa Hitchcock 
Ban! Denison 
Samuel A, Peters 
Selah Treat 
Henry Christie 
Silas Hibbard 
Zalmon Wildmat 
S. J. Andrews 
James Robertson 
Timothy Green 
Lemuel White 
Wells Woodbridge 



Fast-Windsor 

Enfield 

Ellsworth (Sharon) 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Franklin 

Glastonbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

GulUord 

Grot on 

Haddara 

Hartford 

Harwington 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kumphreysville 

Jewett's City, (Preston) 

Kent 

Killingly 

Killing worth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

do. River Head 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middletown 

do. Upper Houses 
Mliford 
Mia tick River 
Middle-Haddan* 
New-Hartford 
New-Haven 
New-London 
Newtown 
Norfolk 
Northford 
North ington 
North-Stoningtoa 



29 

•JVaron Bissell 
AVilliam Dixow 
Daniel St. John 
David Judson ^ 

Samuel Richards 
Amasa Hyde 
Joseph Wells 
Erastus Lyman 
Hezekiah Goodrich 
Isaac Weed 
Medad Stone 
Elijah Bailey 
Simeon Smith 
Jonathan Law 
Joel Bradley 
Simon House 
Augur Clark 
John T, Wheeler 
John Johnson 
Lewis Ft. John 
Aaron Arnold 
Samuel Crane 
Samuel Bailey, jr 
Moses Seymour, j'r 
Charles Smith 
Jeremiah Comstock 
David Bicknell 
Enos H. Baell 
Isaac Lewis 
Thaddeus Nichols 
Josiah Sage 
Jirah Buil 
Zabdiel Rogers 
John Stewart 
Theodore Cowles 
William H. Jones 
Richard Douglass, 2£ 
Caleb Baldwin 
Joseph Jones 
Elnathan Tyler 
Richard Bacon 
Daniel Parker 



Nonvalk 

Norwich 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Presto u 

Heading 

Ridgefield 

Rip ton Parish 

Rocky Hill 

Salisbury 

Saugatuck 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Sharon, (Elsvvorth society) 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Trumbull 

Torrington 

WaUingford 

Warehouse Point 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Watertown 

Wenaiersfield 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Warren 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Vernon 



30 
William M. Belts 
Gardiner Carpenter 
David Candee 
Ebenezer Eaton 
A polios Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Daniel Briggs 
William Comstock 
Timothy Kecler 
Philo Judson 
Eli Goodrich 
Samuel Church 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt, j'c 
George King, j'r 
Daniel St. John 
Noah A. Phelps 
R, Lewis 
Benjamin Hebb 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuekermara 
George Hubbard 
David Brooks 
William Gray 
John Nicholls 
Calvin Wdley 
Eliakim Beach 
Nathaniel Smith 
James Carrington 
Noah Smith 
Chauncey Camp 
William K. Lampscu 
Benjamin De Forest 
James L. Belden 
Aaron Hyatt 
Horace (rigrey 
Charles Tain tor 
John Talmndge 
William Howard 
Daniel Huntington 
William Bbwen 
Lebbius P. Tinker 



Portland, ( DisL 

Portsmouth 

Boston 

Salem 

Newhuryport 

Newport 

Providence 

New -York 

Albany 

Trenton 

Philadelphia 

Wilmington 

Baltimore 

Annapolis 

Norfolk 

Kichmonri 

Petersburgh 

Fayetville 

Charleston 

St. Mary's 

Windsor 

Marietta 



31 
Maine. J James Wingate, j'r 
Mark Simmes 
A aron Hill 
John Dahney 
Caleb Cross 
Benjamin B. Mumford 
Gabriel Allen 
Theodoras Bailey 
George W. Mancius 
Charles Rice 
Michael Leib 
J. jBringhurst, j'r 
Charles' Burratt 
John Munroe 
William Newson 
William Foushee 
Joseph Jones 
Duncan -M'Rea 
Thomas W. Bacot 
Archibald Clark 
Thomas. 'Lev erett 
Grim off Green 



HATES OF POSTAGE. 

For letters carried by la?id t single, double, cJc 
Any distance not exceeding 40 miles, 8 cents 
over 40 — — 9> — 10 
_ 90 — — 150 — 12 1-2 

— 150 — 300 — \7 

_ 500 — 500 — 20 

— 500 25 

Double letters are double, triple letters triple, and quad- 
ruple letters quadruple of these rates. A packet the weight 
of one ounce, the rate of four single letters, and in like pro-} 
portion for one of a greater weight. 
No allowance to be made for intermediate miles, 
Single letters, carried by sea, in packet boats, the proper- 
ty of the United States, 8 cents; double letters, 16 cents,; 
and triple letters, 2i cents. All letters or packets by prH 
rate vessels, 6 cents each, with the addition of postage, i£ 
destined to ?,ny other place than where the vessel may ar- 
rive. 



32 

&o vessel can be permitted to report, make entry, ©r 
break bulk, until the master hath delivered to the post-mas- 
ter all the letters brought in his vessel, except those for the 
owner or consignee. 

Postage on Newspapers. *, 

Each paper not carried over 100 miles, 1 cent— and over 
JOO miles 1 1-2 cents. But if carried to any post-office in 
the state in which it is printed, whatever be the distance 
the postage is only 1 cent. 

Magazines and pamphlets are rated by the sheet —Any 
distance not exceeding 50 miles, 1 cent ; Over 50, and not 
exceeding 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents ; any greater distance, 2 
cents. 



Blank form of a List of Taxable Polls and Estates 
in the state of Connecticut. 



A true List of the Foils and estate of the town of 

rateable by law, on the 20th day oj August, ]8 



.V*. 



Polls from 21 to 70 years of age, 
Polls from 18 to 21 years of age 
Oxen and Bulls, 4 years old 
Cows, S tee rs,"T3e iters and Bulls, 3 

years old 
Heifers, Steers or Bulls of 2 years old 
Stallions or Seed Horses more than 3 

years old 
Horse kind of 3 years old 
Horse kind of 2 years old 
Horse kind of 1 year old 
Covering Jacks 

Mules of 3 years old or upwards 
Do. of 2 years old 
Do of 1 year old 
Acres of Plowland 

Do. of upland, mowing & clear pasture 
Do. of Boggy Meadow mowed 
Do. of Boggy Meadow not mowed 
Do. of Meadow Land in the counties of 

Hartford and Middlesex 



Dols.Cts. 
at 60 
30 
10 



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S , 

67 

30 
7 
3 34 

34 

10 
7 
3 34 
1 67 
1 34 
84 



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33 

JYb. Brought up. Ztls.Cts* 

Acres of other Meadow Land i 25 

Do of Bush Vast u re M 

Do. of Uninclosed Land, first rate 34 

Do. of Uninclosed Land, second rate 17 

Do. of Uninclosed Land, third rate 9 

Coaches 163 

Chariots 134 

JPhsetons 100 

Coachees 75 

Curricles 68 

Chaises, Chairs, &e. 15 

Ditto 20 

Ditto SO 

Ditto 40 

Ditto 50 

.Ditto 60 

Other four wheel Carriages oa Spring's 30 
Ditto on Leather Braces 15 

Ditto ditto 20 

Ditto ditto . 25 

Gold Watches 34 

Silver and other Watches 10 

Steel and brass wheel Clocks, or other 

time pieces regulated by a Pendulum 20 
Wooden Wheel Clocks 7 

Ounces of Silver Plate at one dollar and 

eleven cents per ounce at 6 per cent 
Money on interest at 6 per cent 
ttank stock owned by residents at 3 pr. 

cent 
Do owned by non-residents at '$ per cent 
Houses-fire places first class 5 

Ditto second do. 3 75 

Ditto third do, 2 50 

i Ditto fourth do. 1 25 

Stores, ho* one story high 10 

Ditto two stories 20 

Stores $ three stories 30 

Sheep oAd.ec] a3 a penalty 76 

Assessments 

Carried o?er 
3 



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34 

Brought over 
Sheep ten months old and upwards deducted 

at 75 cents 
Abatements 



Total 



The Listers may abate for old deca)"ed houses, one fourth, 
ene half or three fourths of the sum at which they are put 
in the list. 

Stock owned in Banks out of this state, is not put in the 
list when taxed in the State in which such Bank is kept. 

Attorneys, Phy?' ians» Surgeons, and Mechanics are ex- 
empted from assessment for two years from the time they 
commence business. 

The poll of each non-commissoned officer and private of 
the militia, is exempted from taxation ; provided he pro- 
duces a certificate from ihe commanding officer of the com- 
pany to which he belongs, on or before the 10th of Septem- 
ber, annually, that he is equipped according to law, and dres- 
sed in uniform — and has performed military duly according 
to law* except when prevented by some reasonable excuse. 

The Listers must transmit their town lists to the Comp- 
troller's Office, by the 1st of April annually. The asses- 
merits must be in detail specifying the name of each person 
assessed, his occuption and the amount of his assessment .A 
certificate from a Justice of the Peace, of the Town Clerk, 
that the Listers were duly chosen, and sworn on or before 
the 1st day of July preceding, must accompany the list. 

The Listers must return the su?n total of the list of each 
School Society, and parts ef Societies in their respective 
towns; which Societies and parts must not exceed the a- 
mountof the town list ; also the number of military exempts 
(distinguishing adults from minors) must be added to each 
ftofcii tv list. 

LUjteii in towns where there are Banks; must procure 
frr.m the Cashiers a list of the non-resident Stockholders, 
and the amount of stock standing in their names on the 20th 
of A igust, in eaeh year, which stock must be entered in 
the Gi'^nd List separately from the IJynk Stock of residents, 
.Mid is subject to all the taste* -of &tock owned by citizens of 
this slate. {&& tat ef May, U 1 2 ) 



3.5 
A CORRECT TABLU 

Of Pay 9 Subsistence and Forage, allowed to Officers of the 
Army of the United States, 



BAKK OR GRADE. 



Major- General 

See'rv to the genera! 

commanding the 

my of the U. States 

Aid -de-camp to a ma 

jor-general - - . 

Brigadier-General 

Aid-de-camp to a bri 

gadier-gencrai 
Brigade Major - - 
Brigade-Chaplain 
Judge advocate 
Adjutant and Inspec- 
tor general - 
Adjutant-general - 
Assistant do. do. 
Inspector general - 
Assistant do. do, - 
Quai ter-m aster-gen. 
Deputy do. do. do. 
Assislant-dep, do. do 
Topograph*! engine 
Assistant do. do. 
l'ay master of array 
Dcp paymaster gen. 
Assistant do. do. do- 
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3 




6» 


4 


4 




MD 




3 




A>< 1 ; 






Per yr. f.Jan.3, Hi* 


3 

I,- 




In add. to com. in line. 
Do. do. do* 


50 


S 


4 


T\> bw* taken fr. pri.lif* 



36 
CONTIA UEJ). 



Assistant paymaster 
Regimental paymast.* 
Do. adjutant 
Princip. waggon mast- 
Waggon master 
Principal forage mast. 
Assistant do. do. 
Conductor of artillery 
Principal barrack mst. 
Pepu. barrack master 
Superintendent of ar 

tificers - - - - 
Assistant do. - - 
'Master artificers - 
Artificers of the corps 

of that name - 
Special commissary of 

purchases - - - 
Commissary general 

of ordnance - - 
Assistant do. do. - 
Deputy commissary 

of ordnance - - 
Assistant do. do* do. 
Wheelwrights, car 

riage makers and 

blacksmiths - - 
Laborers - 
Commissary general 
Superintendant 
Ph) sician and surgeon 

general - - - 
Apothecary general 
Hospital surgeon - 
Kosp!. surgeon's mate 
Hospital stewards - 
Ward masters - - 



1 



To be tak. fr. pri. We 

In add. to com. in lins 

Do. oV do* 



3 
2 

50 -\ Rations 
\ in kind 

16 ) only. 



1 5 

2 
\ Rations 
| rec'able 
kind 



16 ? in ki 
9 ) owl v. 



f £ ra. per day eael* 



Of the ordnance de» 
partmenU 

3,00S dollars per ann. 



3,(XK) do. 

2,500 do. 
1,800 dot 



do. 

do. 
do. 



* Paymasters of the corps of artillery, same pay as regl- 
mental paymasters. 



37 



COA TIMED. 



Surgeons - - - 
Surgeon's mates - 
Professor of natural 
and experimental 
philosophy* - - 
Assistant do. do. - 
Professor of mathema- 
tics - - - - - 
Assistant do- do. 
Professor of the art of 

engineering - - 
Assistant do. do. 
Teacher of the French 

language - - - 
Teacher of drawing 

Cadet , 

Col. (except cavalry) 
Lt, colonel do. do. 
Maj, (except cavalry) 
Capt. (except cavalry) 
First lieut. do. do- 
Second lieut. do. do- 
Third lieut. do. do. 
Ensign - - 
Serjeant major 
Quar. mast, serjeant 
Serjeant - - - - 
Principal musician 
Corporal - - - - 
Musician - - - - 
Private, driver, bomb- 
aclier, matross, sap- 
per at id miner 
Artificer, saddler, far- 
rier and blacksmith 
not attached to the 
quarter master gen- 
t pal's and ordnance 
department - - 



60 


o 


45 


o 


f.O 


3 


40 




50 


3 


40 




50 


3 


40 




40 




40 




16 




75 


4 


no 


3 


50 


3 


40 




SO 




25 




23 




20 





2 3 



1 g 



o « 

05 — 



I e.S 



13 J < 



.Of the corps of engi- 
neers ordy. 



And forage for the 
I 'gbt artillery when 
mounted, the same 
as for iighl dragoons 



(l-\iy during becontin- 
f ua nee of tbe present 

war. 



38 
CONTINUED. 



Co], of cavalry - 

Lt. colonel do. 

Major - - do. 

Captain - - do. 

First lieut. do. 

Second lieut. do. 

Third lieut. do. 

Cornet do. 

Itidmg master do. 

Mast, sword do. 

lit. Col. of artillery 

Major do. 

Captain do. 

First lieut. do. 

Second lieut. do. 

Third lieut. do. 

Col. light artillery 

Lieut, colonel do 

Major do. 

Captain do. 

First lieut. do. 

Second lieut. do. 

Third [fettt do. 

Non com missioned 
officers and pyi. 
vales of the com 
panics of rangers 



33 US 
S3 1-3 



S3 
30 
$6 66 2-3 

26 66 2-3 

26 06 2-3 

75 

60 

50 

33 33 1-3 

33 33 1-3 

30 

90 



per da 



Provided they fur* 
nish their own hor- 
ses and accoutre- 
ments and actually 
keep in service the 
aforesaid no. to en- 
title them to their 
forage, or an equiv- 
alent in money at 8 
dola. per horse* 



To furnish their 
o\\nratious,,arm3 
equipments and 
horses. 



CO 
50 

S3 33 1-3 
£3 1-3 
50 

cat h ; 75 cent' 
per day with 
out horses. 

WV.men (in the proportion of 1 to every 17 men) a ration 
in kind, also to matrons and nurses allowed in hospitals. 

Note*;— Though forage may be allowed for the numher 
of horses L noted, yet money in lieu thereof \ $is- 

t ncti<?n should therefore be d»awn, say i 
One i horse only, Jfco toff* who ha ■• nol 'ecu 

re, lo more than ten dollars per month.— - 
r i .■■ brigade major, aid to a bri^adief*, and adjutant, are ex* 
pi -essly limited io that. The allowance of forage in kind, 
hay, 0:itp, and corn, maybe made to as many horses iu aa- 
lua; service as the War Department directs. 



39 
A COMPLETE 

And Correct Tabic of the Pay atml Subsistence allowed (q 
Officers in the Navy of the United States. 



RANK OR STATION. 



Captain of a vessel of 32 or 

more guns 
Captain of a vessel of 20 and 

under 32 
Master Commandant 
Lieutenant do. 
Lieutenant 
Chaplain 
Surgeon 
Surgeon's Ma t 
Master 
Purser 
Boatswain 
Gunner 
Sail Maker 
Carpenter 
Mul ship roan 
Master's Mate 
Captain's Clerk 1 
Boatswain's Mate 
Cockswain 

Yeoman of Gun room 
Quarter Gunner 
Carpenter's Mate 
Armourer 
Steward 
Cooper 

Master at Arms 
Cook 



Pay 

per 

11} 0. 


lia. 

per 

i 


j t O "J » o c t- • 

2 « h * Sr^orfl 


vOO 


! 8 




' 




75 


o 




60 


1 4 


2.2 8: -**^ ." ^ 2 


50 


5 


r « C S a; o' « ® 


40 


3 


--*C 0a;> ai'""'" 3C> 


40 


2 


c o -r. _c .:=: r~> :j _ . 
© c «= * "■*i , *SlE^S * 

■£ £ S * « * " _g 3 
S "1 o « «m j 9 ^"-=2 


50 

30 
40 
40 
'20 
20 


% 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


20 


2 




20 
19 


1 1 




20 
25 
19 




is. = £^ ** s^ 


18 




18 
IS 


1 


fill e fef^a S 


19 


J 


S § c £. c fe 3 ft* 


IS 

J8 




E~ « 'S --= ^ «*, ft ,o s 

^ = T ~ -a ° ~~ ^ 


18 
18 




'i « 2 O - - J M 


IS 


1 


«{- K jj« g c fc 



4d 
COLLECTORS AND SURVEYORS, 

FOR NEW-ENGLAND AND NEW-YORK. 



Ports. 
Portsmouth 
"White-Mountains 
South Hero 
Alburgh 
Mem phram agog 
New bury port 
Gloucester 
Salem 
"Beverly 
Ipswich 
Marbiehead 
Boston 
Plymouth 
Barnstable 
Edgar town 
New -Bedford 
Dighton 
Portland 
Newport 
North Kingston 
East-Greenwich 
Warren and f 
Barrington j 
Bristol 

Pawcatuck River 
Providence 
Patuxet 
Tiverton 
New -London 
Stonington 
New -Haven 
Fairfield 
Widdletown 
Hartford 
Say brook 
Sag»H*rbor 
■Ntw-York 



Collectors. 
Joseph Whipple 
Eph. M. Mahusb 
David Russel 
Cor. P. Van Ness 
Josiah Deming 
Joseph Marguand 
John Kittredge 
William R. Lee 

Asa Andrews 
Joseph Wilson 
H. A. S, Dearborn 
Henry Warren 
William Otis 
Thomas Cook, j'f 
Isainh Weston 
Nath'i Williams 
Isaac Ilsley 
William Ellery 



Charles Collins, j'r 
Thomas Coles 

Jqd'h Huntington 

Abraham Bishop 
Walter Bradley 
Alexander Wolcott 



Henry P. Bering 1 

David Gelstoa 



Surveyors* 
George Wentwortk 



William Cross- 
Zachariah Stevena 
George Hodges 
Johnathan Smitll 

Joshua Prentiss 
Thomas Meivitlff 



James C. Jewell 
John Slocum 
Daniel E. Updike 
Thomas A mold 

Nath'i Phillips 

Samuel Boswortb 
John Cross, j'r 
William Barton- 
Joseph Aborn 
Thomap Durfee 
Oliver hamplin 
Elijah Palmer 
William Munson 

Lamberton Cooper 
Solomon Porter 
George Wolcott 

Vt 4. Sohsfttk 



CONNECTICUT REGISTER, 

FOR THE YEAR 1814 — 15. 



SXEJCUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS* 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

JOHN COTTON SMITH, ESQ. 
GOVERNOUll. 

— cooo— 

HIS HONOUR 

CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, ESQ, 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOUR. 

ASSISTANTS. 



Hon. Asher Miller 
Aaron Austin 
Jonathan Brace 
Elizur Goodrich 
Matthew Griswold 
Stephen T. Hosiner 



lion. Henry Champioa 
Calvin Goddard 
Judson Canfield 
Theodore Dwight 
Frederick Wolcott 
Roger M. Shermaa 



Andrew Kingsbury, Esq. Treasurer* 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

Elisha. Colt, Esq. Comptroller of Public Account*. 

James Hillhouse, Esq. Commissioner of the Sch)ot 
Fund* 

COUNCIL OF SAFETY, 

HIS HONOUR 

CHAUNCEY GOODRICH, 
NATHANIEL TERRY, ESQ. 
SAMUEL B. SHERWOOD, ES% 
Hon. HENRY CHAMPION, 

BL1SHA STERLING, ESQ,. 



42 

BOLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

For May and October Sessions, 1814. 

MAY SESSION. 
Svt,vanus Backus* Esq Speaker. 
Charles Denison, and Jacob 8. Gurley, Esq's. Clerks. 
Hartford, John Caldwell, J. W Edwards 
Berlin, David Whiitiesey, l&aniel Dunbar 
Bristol, Bryan Booker 
Burlington, Abraham Petiibone 
Canton, Jedediah Wilcox 
East-Hartford, Slmbael Griswold, S. Pitkin 
East-Windsor, J. Stotra&itoii, j'r. E B. Haskell. 
Enfield, John Tiaylor, Henry 'Ferry 
Earm'mgion, $oloroop Cobles, Ozena Woodruff 
GlsatenM'ry, Benjamin Hale, David E. II Hubbard 
Gran by, Jame~ Dibble, James F;;r>*'^d 
Hartland, P. Humphrey, Nathaniel Eosworth. 
j^rlborptigrh, Joel Foot 

S i i n 3 b u r y , E i i <■ b a V h e 1 p s , E b e n < z e r B a i v> <- \ I 
Soathiagtoa, Ro&wel! Moore, H Whilttesay 
Suflield, Davbj Hjjsg, Martin Sh uion 
Wettar&efei, Etekiel P. Beljen, EewLo.sk 
"Wiad-ov., \m\\ Ilaydeii, David Grant 
Nmv;-: -save \% C'/. trf£a Denison, Set!* P, Staples.. 
Br»j fowl, James #art< ?r s J ■• Ji 7. Lmsiey 
Cheshire, Andrew Huti, ilufu* Hitcheucti 
Derby, I ■ uli ; - Lura 
East \ '• avenj E zei "1 emming i *-' r 
GuUfa$, r ithai han Todd 

Hani den* Amasa 

Middlebiii^, DaviO Ph< i 

uel E Guna 
North-Haven, PhUemo*. BiaUtrsiey 
Oxford, David Tomli'njtoii 
Southbury, Nathan C ttttfa 
Wallin$ford, ElUanah Mad. Jared G 
Waterburv, Cytm ClsfcrV, Frederick Holclikisl 
"Woleott, Iiaac B ton son 
Woodbridge, Justus Thomas, Robert Ciurk 



43 
New«Lo\ t do-s t , George Tlallam, Jacob H. Gnrley 
Norwich, Nathaniel Shipman, Joseph Williams 
Roiran, John Hough 

Colchester, Daniel VVatrotu, David Doming 
Franklin, Dudley Tracy f Vacated during the session, } 
Groton, Stephen Haley, Elisha Ayer 
Lisbon, Levi Perkins 

Lyme, Charles Griswoid, Henry Perkins 
Montville, David Turner, 
North -S ton irygton, Perez Hewitt, G. Billings 
Preston, Isaac Avery, Charles Fanning 
Stonington, Amos Gallup, Amos Denison 
Waterfowl, Isaac Frh;k 

Fairfield, Samuel B« Sherwood, G. Bnrr 
Danburyj Friend Starr, Daniet C#mstppk, j f r^ 
Isrookiield, Liver his K?ov<ey 
Greenwich, Thomas Green, Jal>e7 Mead 
Huntington; John Curtis, Eljshs Mills, <2 i 
New-QanaaH) Samuel o!..s'>!o-i 
New-Fairiield, Samuel T- Barnum 
Newtown, Asa Chapman, Jofyn Stanford 
Norwaik, Moses W. Ueao, John tver^er 
Heckling, Lemuel Sastford, Samuel \VJiUmg 

; Foaes, Seth Bouglnon 
Sherman* ISoah & eJy-e 
Stamford, James Steyens, John Augur 

ion, David Plahjfc 
Trumfeful^ Amos H vVheeJ sp 

it, Oliver C, Sanfor^i 

$# LPTIOi 

irj W>?>0, Samuel Perkins 
Dow, Joel Ward 
i, 1 frariu ■- MattKewsOn 
- bdi y, itfufus Adao&a, Asa Butts 
\ sahel C]arE,j'r. 
: bene^er ( Ji oToo 
KiHiuglyi Joseph Rue]*, James Banie T =n>i 
Lebanon, Abel Goodwin, tte:«jamio LL Fowje* 
Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman. 
Piainfield, Joseph Eaton, John Dun lap 
Pomfret, Syh'anus Backus, John iiolbrook 
Sterling, Dyer Ames 



44 
Thompson, THatkletW Larned, George Larned 
Voluntown, Allen Campbell 
Woodstock, Elias Child, ?d, John M'Clellan 
Litchfield, Aaron Smith, Morris Woodruff 
Barkhamsted, Peleriah Allen, Moses Kay den 
Bethiem, Samuel Church* j'i\ 
Canaan, Samuel Robbing, John Elmore 
Cciebrook, Elijah Rockwell, Nathan Rass 
Cornwall, Noah Rogers, Benjamin Gold 
Goshen, Adino Hale, Theodore North 
Harwington, James Brace, Cyprian Webster 
Kent, Hopsen Pratt 

New- Hartford, William Cook, Levi Watson 
New -Mil ford, William Taylor, Reuben Warner 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Nathaniel Stephens 
Plymouth, Calvin Butler 
Roxbury, Royal R. Hinman 
Salisbury, Lot Norton, Elipbalet Whittlesey, 
Sharon, Oliver Kellog,?, Samuel E. Everitl 
Torrington, Lymnn Wetmore, William Batlcll 
Warren, Benjamin Carter 

Washington, Daniel N. Brinsmade, John N. Gun* 
Watertown, Carrit Smith 
Winchesters Roger Coe, James Boyd 
Woodbury, Daniel Bacon, Rsuben Martin 
Middle town , Elijah Hubbard, S Wetmore 
Chatham, A. H. Strong, Stephen Griffith 
Durham, Dzn Parmelee, Gurnsey Bates 
East U add am, 5 Chapman, J. Griffin 
Haddara, Ezra Brainard, Timothy Chapman 
Kiilingworth, William Carter, David Kelsey 
Saybrook, Samuel Hart,* Samuel Williams 
Tollaxd, Jonathan Qarnes, Elisha Sternes 
Bolton* Ichabod M. Warner 
Coventry, Biidad Cut : tis, Elisha Edgerlon 
Ellington, Asa Wiiley 
Hebron, David Norton, Sylvester Gilbert 
Somers, Joseph Abbot, Oliver Chapin, 2d. 
Stafford, Samuel Wizard, Joseph Ellis 
Union, Samuel Crawford, j'r. Josiah Eaton 
Vernon, Phineai Talcott 
Willington, Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walker 



45 
OCTOBER SESSION. 
Sylvan us Backus, esq. speaker. 
Charles Denison, and Jacob B. Gurley, esquires, clerks, 
Hartfokd, Nathaniel Terry, John Caldwell 
Berlin, Daniel Dunbar, David Whittlesey 
Bristol, Ira Hooker 
Burlington, John Gilletfc 
Canton, Darius Moses 

East-Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Theo. Pitkiti 
East-Windsor, Noah Allen, Amasa Loomis 
Enfield, John Taylor, Elam O. Potter 
Farmington, John Treadwell, Jolin Mix 
Glastenbury, Sylvester Pulsifer, Ezra Dayton 
Granby, Anollos Hillyer, Orrin Lee 
Hartland, Phinehas Coe, John M. Case 
Marlborough, Israel Foote 

Simsbury, Jonathan Pettibone, j'r. Ebenezer Barnard 
Southington, Roswell Moore, Asa Barns 
Suftield, Martin Shelden, Oliver Granger 
Wethersfield, Ezekiel P. Belden, Joseph Bulkley 
Windsor, David Grant, Christopher Woleott 
NEf-llAVKN, Charles Denison, Seth P, Staple* 
Branford, James Barker, Josiah J. Linsley 
Cheshire, Andrew Hull, Rufus Hitchcock 
Derby, David Humphreys 
East Haven, Eleazer Hemmingway 
Guilford, Nathaniel Griffin, Jonathan Todd 
Hamden, Joel Ford 
Meriden, William Yale 
Middlebury, Nathaniel Richardson 
Miiford, Benjamin Bull, Samuel B. Guna 
North-Haven, Philemon Blakesley 
Oxford, Timothy Candee 
Southbury, Joel Crane 
Walungford, Elkanah Hal!, Jared Cook 
Waterbury, Cyrus Clark, Frederick Hotchkis* 
Woleott, Isaac Brousoa 

Wood bridge, Justus Thomas, David Thomas 
New-London, Elias Perkins, Jacob B. Guriey 
Norwich, Nathaniel Shipnaan, Joseph Williarai 
Bozrah, John Hough 



46 
Colchester, Daniel Watrous, Benjamin Trumbull 
Franklin, Dudley Tracy 
Proton, Stephen Haley, Eli3ha Ayer 
Lisbon, Levi Perkins 
Lyme, Charles Griswold, Selden Warner 
Montville, David Turner 

Nurth-Stoniugton, Nathan Pendleton, Charles Smitk 
Preston, Joseph W. Brewster, Samuel Leonard 
Stonington, Kaoeh Burrows, John Hailam. 
Wateii'ord, Isaac Frink 

Fa?FvFiei b, Samuel B. Sherwood, William Thorp 
Danbury, Russell White, Daniel Hc-yt 
.Bjookfieid, William Meeker 
Greenwich, Thomis Green, Justus L a Bush 
Huntington, ftlisha Mills, 2d. Joseph Wooster , 
New-Canaan, Samuel St. John 
Kew-Fairfield, Abei Gregory 
Newtown, John Sanford, Joseph B, Wheeler 
Norwalk, * Jacob Osborn, Lewis Maliory 
Reading-, John Meeker, Lemuel San ford 
Ridgefield, Jesse 8. Bradley, Jeremiah Mead 
Stamford, Isaac Lockwood, j'r, Henry Close 
Stratford, John S. Cannon, Elijah Uiibrd 
Sherman, James Allen 
Trumbull, James Beardsley 
Weston, Joseph Ben net, Peter Siiliman 
Wilton, David Belden 

Win ijham, Henry Webb, Samuel Perkins 
Ash ford, Thomas Dew, Joel Ward 
Brooklyn, Darius Matthewson 
Canterbury, Rufus Adams, Asa Butts 
Columbia, Asabel Clark, j'r 
Hampton, Ehenezer Griflin 
KilSingly, Tiffany Adams, John Day 
Lebanon, Samuel Buckingham, Isaiah Loomia 
Mansfield, John Salter, Frederick Freeman 
Plainfield, Siah Fuller, Edward Clarke 
Pomfret, bylvanus Backus, John Holbrcok 
Sterling', Jeremiah Young 
Thompson, Jonathan Nicols, j'r. James Bate* 

•JBtectedj but died before the session* 



I - 41 

I VoUmtown, James Alexander 
I Woodstock, John M'Clellan, ttanscllaer Child 
Litchfield, Uriel Holmes, Morris Woodruff 
Bus khemsted, John Alcrrilis, William Taylor 
Bethlem, Leveritt Judd 
Canaan, John Elmore, Samuel Robbing 
Cotebrook, Martin Rockwell, Frederick I) row a 
Cornwall, Benjamin Gold, Oliver Biirnham 
Goshen, Adino Kale, Theodore North 
IJarwi.ogton, Cyprian Webster, Joel Bradley 
Kent, Jesse St. John 

New-Hartford, William Cook* 5 , Levi Watson 
NewdMilford, IK S. Koardraan, llhaCahfield 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Eleazer Holt 
Plymouth, Calvin Butler 
Roxbury, Royal R. Hinman 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling, Lot Norton 
S baron t Cyrus Swan, Samuel E. Everett 
Torringlori, Lyman Wetmore, John Gilletf, j'p 
Washington, D N. Brinsmade, D. Whittlesey 
Warren, Homer Sackett 
W'atertown, John If. Deforest 
Winchester, Phineas Miner, Joseph Holmes 
Woodbury, Daniel Bacon, Reuben Martin 
Mibdletown, Elijah Hubbard, A. Collius 
Chatham, David Churchill!, David Clark 
Durham, Nathan O Camp, W. G. Chauncey 
East-Haddam, Eliphalet Holmes, Josiah Gritim 
Haddam, Ezra Brainard, Timothy Chapman 
KUHngworth, David Dibble, Dan Lane 
Saybrook, Samuel Williams, j'r, A. Whittlesey 
Ton. and, Eliakina Chapman, Elisha Stearns 
Bolton, lehabod M. Warner 
Coventry, Elisha Edgerton, John Kingsbury 
Ellington, Asa Willey 
Hebron, Abel BisseU, Daniel Brown 
Somen*, Joseph Abbott, Oliver Chapin, 2d 
Stafford, Samuel Willard, "William Eaton 
Union, David Coye, Phillip Corbin 
Vernon, Phineas Talcott 
Wellington, Zebulon Cocker, Hod. Woodwork 



, 4s 

Auditor* of the Treasurer's Accounts, 

KUSHA COLT, ESQ. 
ENOCH PERKINS, ESQ. 
THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, ESQ. 

Overseers of Newgate. 

JOHN TKEADWELL, ESQ. 
PLINY HlLLYEft, ESQ. 
SAMUEL WOODRUFF, ESQ. 



NOMINATIONS. 

_ * 

The following persons were chosen by the Freemen cf tkU 

iState in September 1814, to stand in Nomination for 

Assistants, to be chosen in Jipril, 1815. 

Votes. 

Hon. Asher Millet* 59*21 

Hon. Aaron Austin 61G5 

Hon, Jonathan Brace 6810 

Hon. Elizur Goodrich 7440 

Hon. Matthew Griswold 7155 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer 755 8 

Hon. Henry Champion 5237 

Hon. CaWm Goddard . 78i2 

Hon Judson Canfield 6380 

Hon. Theodore D wight 7048 

Hon, Frederick Wojcott 7451 

Hon. Koger M Sherman 7019 

Samuel W. Johnson, esq* 0716 

Noah B. Benedict, esq. 6095 

Shubacl Griswold, esq. 5CS5 

William Perkins, esq. 5512 

Elias Perkins, esq. 5120 

Daniel Putnam, esq. 4695 

Jonathan Barns, esq. 4490 

Asa Chapman, esq. 4215 



4& 

Ttie following person* -were chosen in Jlpril, i$U, to stand 
in nomination for election as Representatives of the Peo* 
pie of this State in the Congress oj the United States .• 



Votes. 
Hon. Johnl3avenport, jr. 4955 
Hon. Benia. Tallmadge, 6110 
lion Timothy Pitkiii 5971 
Hon. Jona'n O. Moseley 6i89 
Hon. Lewis B.Sturges, 6151 
Hon Epaph. Champion, 6050 
Hon, Lyman Law, C289 

Sylvanus Backus, Esq. 6158 
Nathan Smith, esq. 6064 



Vote** 
Sam'l B. Sherwood, esq. 59l9 
James Gould, esq. 5771 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. 5769 
Eben'r Huntington, esq. 5712 
Uriel Holmes,esq. 5262 

Charles Deniton, esq. 5052 
Asa Bacon, jr. esq. 5038 

Sylvester Gilbert,esq. 4974 
Tho's S. Williams, esq. 4602 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENT. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve, esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Zepheniah Swift ' Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard 

John Trumbull j Simeon Baldwin 

William Ed mond Jona'n Ingersoll esq' r«. 

Nathaniel Smith | 

Thomas Day, Esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

Allotiiient of Judges to the Circuits from June, 
1814, to June, 1815. 



SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Eastern Circuit.— -Judges Trumbull, Smith, and Inger- 
«o!l. 

Middle Circuit. — Judges Swift, Brainard, and Baldwin. 

Western Circuit. — Chief Justice Reeve, and Judge Ed- 
naoud. 



50 

"WINTER SESSIONS, 

Eastern Circuit.— Judges Swift and Brainard. 

Middle Circuit — Judges Trumbull, Baldwin, andln^er* 
soil. 

Western Circuit. — Chief Justice Reeve, and Judges Ed- 
na ond and Smith. 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, Judge. 
Pliny Hillyer, John Mix, Samuel Woodruff, Henry Ter- 
ry, esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq. clerk and treasurer, and clerk 
of the Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford — Jonathan Bull, William Moseley, Nathaniel 
Terry, Enoch Perkins, Ephraim Root, Andrew Kingsbury* 
John Caldwell, Amasa Keys, Thomas Chester, Elisha Colt, 
Jonathan W. Edwards, John Morgan, Ichabod L. Skinner, 
Thomas S. Williams, Thomas Day, Walter Mitchell, John, 
M. Gannett, Elisha Mix, Joseph Trumbull, esquires. 

Berlin — Amos rlosford, James North, Elijah //ooker, 
Daniel Dunbar, David Webster, Roger Norton, Ezra Seo- 
vil, David Whittlesey, esquires. 

Bristol — Enos Ives, Bryan Hooker, esquires. 

Burlington — Abraham Pettibone, Simeon Hart, Bliss 
II art, esquires. 

Canton — Ezra Adams, Solomon Everest, James Humph- 
reys, Jasper Bidweli, William Stone, esquires. 

East- Hartford— George Griswold, Shubael Griswold, 
Samuel Pitkin, Timothy Hail, John Olds, Theodore Pitkin, 
esquires. 

East- Windsor — Roswell Grant, Caleb Booth, Charles 
Jenck?, John Stcoghton, jun. Timothy Ellsworth, Jonathan 
Bartlett, Joel Moikins, esquires. 

Enfield— Henry Terry, John Taylor, Elam O. Potter, 
William Dixon, esquires. 

fanxi '.-ir/gii— JolmTrcadwc!!/ J°k» M«* Timothy Pit- 



51 

kin, TCogcr Hooker, Ezekiel Cowles, Samuel Cowles, Tho'a 
S. Day, George Norton, Ezckiel Cowles, Horace Cowles, 
esquire*. 

Olattenbury— JPhUip Scllew, Zcphaniah II. Smith, Elisha 
Halo, Pardon Brown, esquires. 

Granhy — Pliny lliilyer, Judah Holcomb, Andrew Hill- 
ycr, Ezekiel Holcomb, Samuel Woodruff, Joseph Cornish, 
Nathaniel Pratt, Caleb Merriman, esquires. 

Hiirtland — John Treat, Philander Humphreys, Abiather 
.Newton, Elijah Coe, Ephraim Selby, esquires. 

JOarlborougk — Joel Foote, Israel Foote, esquires. 

Simsbury — Calvin Barber, Campbell Humphrey, John 
Bestor, William Mather, Timothy Goodwin, Benjamin 
Ely, esquires. 

Sojtthington — TJo«^er Whittlesey, Uosvvell Moore, lcha- 
bod C. Frisbie, esquires. 

Suffield — Asabel llatheway, Joseph Austin, John W. 
llanchett, William Gay, Godfrey Scarborough, Oliver 
Pease, esquires. 

IVethersfield — Stephen M. Mitchell, Joseph Bulkley, 
John Williams, Ezekiel P- Belden, Martin Kellogg-, jun. 
esquires. 

Windsor — Oliver Mather, Isaac Owen, jun. Edward Set- 
den, Elihu Mills, John Sargeant, Luther Fitch, Ezra Hay- 
den, Edward Griswold, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Enoch Perkins, esquire, State Attorney. 

Hartford — William Moseley, Enoch Perkins, Theodore 
Dwight, Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, Jonathan 
W. Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, Waller Mitchell, Icha- 
bod L. Skinner, Thomas Huntington, jun* Joseph Trum- 
bull, Seth Terty, Nathan Johnson, .Jonathan Law, John M. 
Gannett, Shelden W. Candee, Shubael F. Griswold, Sam'l 
Root, Noah A. Phe'ps, Daniel Miller, William W. ElU- 
worth, Elizur Goodrich, jun. Ralph Wells, esquires. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews, esquires. 

Canton — Frederick W Jewttt, enquire. 

Eait-fJavtford~-\la\i)h R. Phelps, esquire. 

East- Windsor— Sherman Everest, Samuel P. Waldo, 
Sidney A. Grant, esquires. 

E»jZdrf~\Y\[li&m Dixon, Lorraia T. Pease, esquires. 



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rttrmiiigtvn — Timothy Pitkin, Samuel Cowles, Lemuel 
Whitman, Alfred Cowlcs, esquires, 

G/anstenbury — Zephaniah H. Smith, Samuel G. Strong, 
esquires. 

Granhy — Thomas Holcomb, Andrew D. Hilly er, Grove 
Griswold, Sdas Higley, esquires. 

Simsbury — William WiUiston, Sereno Pettibone, Elisha 
Phelps, esquires, 

SoutfiiiiglorL—- Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H. Woodruff, 
esquires. 

Sujjield — William Gay> Selh Parsons, Godfrey Scarbo- 
rough, John Milton Niles, esquires. 

W ethersfield — SaniiieS Pettes, Asher Robbins, esquires. 

Windsor — John Sargeant, Joseph M. Russell, Henry L. 
Ellsworth, esquires. 

Stephen Chester, esq. Welherr/ield, Sheriff. 

Deputy- Sheriff's — Titus L. Bissell, Edward MoorOyJfart* 
Jbrd-^-lhvMel Abbey, jun. Enfield — Ezekiel Cowles, Far* 
ming ton-— Joshua U. Jewett, Grariby-*— Jonathan Pomeroy, 
}\uu Snjfieul— Elihu Drake, Windsor-*- Ezekiel W. Mills, 
Simsbury — Chester Wells, East- Hartford. 

Theodore Hiilyer, Hartford, Goaler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 

COUNTY COURT. - 

Hon.Ei.i2.uR Goodrich, JuUge. 

John Kingsbury, Nathaniel Griffing, Dyer Wliite, esq'rs. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer 

John H. Cytide, esq Clerk 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk of Superior Court 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

JWivTIavcn — Henry Daggett, James Hillhouse, David 
Daggett, Dyer White, Joseph Darling, Nathan Smith, 
Elisha xVlunsf n, W r illiam Hillhouse, Charles Denison, -Ene- 
as M tin son, jun. Stephen Twining, Seth P. Staples, Elea- 
zer Foster, Gideon Kimberly, esqu'res. 

Branj'jrd — Orchard Gould, James Barker, Benjamin 
Page, holomon Linsley, Josiah J. Linsley, esquires. 

Cheshire— Bur rage Beach, David Badger, Thomas T« 
Cornwall, Amos Baldwin, esquires. 



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J)erby — John Humphreys, Levi Tomlmson, Amasa Por- 
ter, P!»ilo Basset, Canfield* GiSlett, David Humphreys, John 
L. TomMnscm, esquires. 

East-Haven — Josiah Bradley, Enos Hemingway, Stephen 
Woodward, esquires. 

Guilford — Miles M linger, Jonathan Todd, Henry Fli!!, 
Nathan Cliidsey, Daniel I land, jun. Nathaniel Griflfmg, 
Samuel Robinson, Samuel Fowler, Thomas it. Bray, esq'rfe. 

Haniden — John Hubbard, Eli Whitney, Flam Ives, esq'rs. 

Jnertden — Asaph Merriam, Jared Ben ham, Bemjali 
Andrews, esquires. 

Mi (Idle bur i) — David Thompson, Nathaniel Richardson, 
esquires. 

Mtiforrt — Elias Clark, Benjamin Bull, William Durand, 
Samuel B. Gunn, esquire?. 

J\orth-Haven — Joshua Barnes, Peter Eastman, esq'rs. 

Oxford— David Tomlinson, Abel Wheeler, Timothy 
Cirniee, esquires. 

Soathbury — Benjatnin Stiles, Shadrach Osborne, Simeon 
Jfinman, Titus Pierce, Curtis 1 Fin man, Joel Crane, esqVs. 

lYalllngford — Samuel flail, Ephraim Cook, Aaron Hall, 
George W. Stanley, esquires- 

Haierbnry — John Kingsbury, Frederick Hotchkiss, Tru» 
man Porter, ttenuet Bronson, Titus Walton, Cyrus Clark, 
esquires. 

lVoodbridze—\H\\i\ French, Thomas Darling, Elihu 
Santbrd, John Thomas, David Thomas, tiezekiah Bald* 
win, Justus Thomas, esquires. 

Wokutt — Mark Harrison, Isaac Bronson, esquires* 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Hon. David Daggett, State Attorney. 

JSTew-Ffaven — William Hi 1 1 house, jun. David Daggett. 
Nathan Smith, Isaac Mills, Jonathan E. Porter, NapthaU 
Paggett* Stephen Twining, Seth P. Staples, John H. 
Lynde, William Bristol, Henry W> Edwards, Charles Den- 
ison, F.leazer Foster, Leonard F. Wales, Sereno F Dwight, 
Kalph l. Jngersoll, John Beach, Sophos Staples, John Tho- 
mas, esquires. 

Cheshire-*- Burrage Beach, esquire, 

Derby— Jos'»ah Dudley, Sheldon C, Curtis, John L. Tom- 
linson, esquires, 



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Guilford — William Todd, esquire. 

iJHer'iden — ftenajati AndreAvs, esquire. 

Miffed — Abraham V. H. De Witt, David B. Ingersoll, 
Is«:>c M, Wales, Nathaniel Adams, esquires. 

Oxford — Jr'hn P. Andrews, esquire. 

Svuihkirg^tlmyimhi Stiles, Simeon Hinman, Curtis 
Hirrhan, esquires 

Wallingjord — George W. Stanley, esquire. 

Water ''ury—Cyvns Clark, Rennet Bronson, Samuel 
Frisbie, Legrand Bancroft, esquires. 

Nathaniel Rossiter, esq. J\"eiO' Haven , Sheriff". 

Ticpv.ty- Sheriff's — Josiah B. Morse, Ebenezer Weed, 
JVeiv- Haven — Francis French, Derby — Medad Hotchkiss, 
H'oodbndg-e — Abel G. Weitop, Waterh ury— -Moses S. 
Beach, Walling ford— Abel Chittenden, Guilford — Stephen 
J&rvis, Chestere— Henry Brown, Southbury. 

Benjamin R. Fowler, JVcw- Haven, Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. El- IAS PERK1N8, Jud^C. 

Hon. Matthew Griswoid, Hon. Henry Champion, Na- 
thaniel Shlpthah, esq. Luther Spalding;, esq, 

Hon Matthew Griswold, Treasurer. 
Ghurles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, ami Clerk of Superior Court * 

$ JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

vVevy //Wf/oM—Klias Perkins, Jonathan Starr, Guy Rich- 
ards, Lyman Law » Coddingtdn Billing*, Jacob B. GurUy, 
WiMiam" P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Kbenezer Learned, 
David Coil, Isaac Thompson, William F. Brainard, esq'rs. 

^Ycrwivh — Andrew Huntington, Andrew Perkins, James 
Lanmah, ISrastus Huutmg'on, Nathaniel Shipman, Jabez 
Iluntington, Luther SpaUHng, Simeon Thomas, Joseph 
Williams, James Stedma*^ /• c'ariah Huntington, Benja- 
min Snow. Charles I*. HuiMmgtcn, George Pet kins, esqVs. 

Hozv.'ih— Asa Woodrough, Asa Fitch, J. Hough, esq'rs. 

Colchester— John Isham, John R. Watrms, Joel Wor- 
thin-iou, Roger Buikiey, Asa B'^clow, Benjamin Trum- 



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W,l, Samuel A. Peters, Asa Newton, Selli Lathrop, Aris- 
larchus Champion, esquires. 

Franklin — Eli Hyde, Silas Hartshorne, Eleazer Tracy, 
Oliver Johnson, esquires. 

Groion — >Amos Geer, Ebenezer Avery, jun. Ralph 
Hurlbut, Christopher Morgan, Ebenezer Morgan, John O. 
Miner, Daniel Eld r edge, Christopher Lester, esquires. 

Lisbtjn — Levi Perkins, William Adams, Freeman Tra- 
«y, esquires. 

Lyme — Moses Warren, Calvin Selden, Selden'Warner, 
Richard M'Curdy, Seth Ely, jun. William Noyes, Seth 
Smith, Ueraick Wait, Henry Perkins, Nathaniel Matson, 
Josiah G. Ely, Charles Griswold, esquies 

Montviile — Jared Comstock, David Turner, Jacob Loomis, 
John Smith, 2d. Asahel Otis, Mumford Dolbear, esquires. 

North- Stonington — Stephen Avery, Thomas Prentice, 
Elias Hewit, Nathan Pendleton, Thomas P. Hall, esq'ra. 

2 J reston — Jeremiah Hakt y, Charles Fanning, Soloraoa 
Giddings, Jonah Witter, Moses Lester, John Tyler, Ste- 
phen iMeech, Elijah Lester, Jared Gallup, Walter Pal- 
mer, William Kelcher, Nathaniel Coit, esquires 

Stonington — Nathaniel Miner, Isaac Williams, 2d. Wil- 
liam Randall, Park Williams, Joseph Smith, William Ro- 
benson, Joseph Noyes, 3d. Alexander G. Smith, esquires. 

Watevjvrd — George Williams, Daniel li. CauSkins, Wil* 
liani Moore, 4th. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Hon. Calvin Goddard, Slate Attorney. 

New- Lon don~> Lyman Law, Coddington Billings, Jncob 
B. Gurley, William P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Ebene/.er 
Learned, William F. Brainard, Lodowick Fosdiek, esq'rs. 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, James Tinman, John Hyde, 
Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Perkins, George 
D. Hill, Roswell Morgan, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, Hen- 
ry Strong, Henry W. Rogers, esquires. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbu'l, Sam'l A.Peters, esq'rs. ' 

Jjyme -Henry M- Wait, Charles Griswold, esquires. 

Preston— Jeremiah Halsey, Eli^s Brown, esqaiivs. 

Stonington --George Hubbard, Alexander G.Smith, esq Vs. 
Joshua Huntington,- esq. Aorwich, Sheriff. 

Deputy- Sheriffs-*- Hezckiah Goddard, Ephvaim Chefce* 



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fcrough, New-London. Bela Peck, Shubael Breed, /Vor. 
tuwh. Solomon Scovi!, Colchester*. Eratus Selden, Lyme. 
David C. Smith, Stonington. Jeremiah S. Halsey, Preston. 
Goalers. Richard Stroud, New- London. Augustus^La- 
tferop, Norwich. 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Nathaniel Wheeler, Judge. 
Joseph Silliman, Daniel B. Cooke, Ebenezer Davenport* 
Samuel Whiting, esquires. 

Lewis B, Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 
David Burr, esq. Clerk, ant) Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

Fairfield— Pamuel B. Sherwood, Lewis B. Sturges, David 
Judatti, Samuel Rowland, Ebenezer Banks, Israel Bibbins, 
Hull Bradley, Edmund Burr, Aaron Sherwood, Eliphalet 
Swift, Gershom Burr, Amos Burr, esquires. 

Danbury— Joseph P. Cooke, Daniel B. Cooke, Thomas 
Taylor, Matthew B. Whittlesey, Daniel N. Carnngton, 
David Foot, Comfort Hoyt, Moses Hatch, Andrew Beers, 
Samuel Taylor, Benjamin Hoyt, jun. Alansoa Hamlin, 
•squires. 

Br ool field— Liverus Hawley, Colby Chamberlain, Daniel 
Torolkison, .John Northrop, Heman Birch, esquires. 

Greenwich Ebenezer Mead, Gilbert Close, David 

Wood, Jabez Mead, William Knapp, Eiisha Belcher, 
Timothy Walker, esquires. 

/frm*in§ , *0tt.--I)iodate<5i!iiman, John Curtis, Abel French, 
Ebenezer Beardsley, Lemuel Judson, Elisha T. Mills, 
Agur Clark, Levi Hull, Elisha Mills, jun. esquires. 

J\ e?v- Canaan— Joseph Siliiman, Isaac Richards, Elipha- 
Jet St. John, esquires? 

J\ew-Fair field- Joseph Bearse, David Lane, esquires. 

^Vw*0Wft-/-Samuel C. Blackman, Asa Chapman, Zr.cha- 
riah Ferris, Timothy Shepard, Ebenezer Turner, Joseph 
Nichols, esquires. v 

Norwa '&— Jonathan. Knight, Hezekiah Jarvis, Lewis 



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Raymond; Henry Beldcn, Rarnabus Marvin, Clark Biascta 
William St. John, Beth Taylor, esquires. 

Redding*" William //ernn, Lemuel Sanford, Peter San- 
ford, Samuel Whiting, esquires 

I{idQejleld-"N'M\\an Smith, Samuel Stebhins, Job Smith, 
Timothy Kee+er, jun. Jared Olmsted, Jaeob Dauchy, Jesse 
S. Bradley, Philander Camp, esquires. 

Stratford--llei\hen icefield, John Davenport, jun. Eben- 
ezer Davenport, Nathan Weed, -Samuel Webb, Joseph 
Wood, Benjamin F. Shelton, esquires. 

Stratford ~<h\be?, h. Tomlinson, Samuel W. Johnson, 
•Joseph Backus, Victory Wetmore, Elijah UfFord, * Wil- 
liam Feet, * Lambert Lockwood, *Ezekiel Zfubbell, Rich- 
ard P. Nichols, Charles M'Ewen, esquires. 

Sherman— Stephen Barns, Gamaliel B. Giddings, Le?i 
//ubbell, Gersham Barlow, esquires. 

Trumbull- Lewis Burton, David Seeley, Stephen Mid- 
dlebrook, Judson Curtiss, esquires. 

Weston— Nathan Wheeler, Jeremiah Rowland, Squire 
Adams, Isaac Bennett Walker /Sherwood, esquires. 

Wilton--- Matthew Marvin, Thaddeus Mead, Zadock 
Raymond, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Samuel B Sherwood, esq. State Attorney. 

frairfiqtel— David Burr, Samuel B. .Sherwood, Samuel 
Rowland, Ro^er M. Sherman, Daniel Wakeman, Gideon 
Ton-linson, Elinhalet Swift, Jneiah M. Minpr, enquires. 

J) anbury— Mi\iihe* B« Whittlesey, Moses //atc-h, A- 
lam on Hamlin, esquires. 

JBr ook field— ~u em i\n Birch, esquire. 

Gree?i-<vich— Timothy Walker, Johnson, esquires. 

Jfunti?igto?i —FJhha Mills, jun. esquire, 

jWewt&wri— Asa Chapman, Samuel C. Blackman, Timo- 
thy Shepard, esquires. 

JSTorwaHc— Taylor Sherman, Clark Bissel, Thaddeua 
Betis, esquires. 

J2edtfi)?jr...Jeremhh Rowland, esquire. 

Stamford— James Stevens, Simeon H. Minor, Joseph 
Wood, Benjamm F. Sheiton. esquires. 



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Stratford— * Joseph Backus, Robert Fairchild, * William 
Benedict, Charles M'F.wen, Charles Shepard, esquires. 

TrumbuU — Amos H. Wheeler, esq. 

Weston — Charles Winton, esq. 

Ebenezer Dimon, esq. Fairfield, Sheriff* 

Deputy ■ Sheriffs — J oh n G A lien, Fairfield— Sam'l Wild- 
man, jr. Danbury — Herman Warner, Mwtfrwn — Oavid 
Ilott, JVbrwalh — Aaron Morehouse, Redding- -.]oseph Gray, 
Stamford — John Thompson. Stratford- "Ezra Gregory, 
Bridgeport— Ab\e\ Bab hit, Huntington. 

Matthew Curtis, jr. Danbury, Gaoler. 

* Jiesiding in the Borough 'of Bridgeport* 

COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Thomas Grosvenor, judge. 
Mezekiah Ripley, Lemuel Ingals, James Gordon, jr. Rufus 
Adams, esquires. 

Hezekiah Rip!ey, esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior Court, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham — Ebenezer Devotion, Hezekiah Ripley, Samuel 
Gray, Jabez Clark, Samuel Perkins, Phillip Hay ward, Da- 
vid Young, Zebediah Tracy, esquires. 

Jlshjord— Abel Simmons, William Walker, Josiah Bvles, 
William Perkins, Benjamin B /sworth, Joel Ward, esq'rs. 

Brooklyn— Joseph Scarborough, J olm Parish, Roger W. 
Williams, Darius Matthewson, esquires 

Canterbury— Daniel Frost, Luther Paine, Asa Butts, Asa 
Uaeon, Rufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel Frost, jr. 
esquires. 

Columbia — Asahel Clark, jr* Samuel Bliss, esquires. 

Hampton — Phillip Pearl, James Burnett, Ebenezer Grif- 
finjr» Joseph Prentiss, esquires. 

KiUingly — James Danielson, Ezra Hutehins, Joseph Ad- 
ams, Joel Day, Anthony Brown, Uob&rt Torrey, Eliska 
Howe, esquires. 



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Ijehanon — Peleg Thomas, Th?.ddcus Clark, Willhm T. 
WiHiana?j|$iip!ialel MetonJf, Charles Lalhrop, Peleg Thom- 
as, jr. 4sahel Dewey^ esquires. 

.Mansfield — Frederick Fireman, John Salter, IJarziMai 
Swift, Miner Giant, Royal Slorrs, Zalnvm Storrs, efto't*. 

Plainiudd — James Gordon, Anthony Bradford, Joseph 
Eaton, John Douglass, John Lesier, James Gordon, jr. esq's 

Pomfret Thomas Grosvenor, Lemuel locals, Lemuel 

Grosvcnor, Khenezer Kingsbury, Sylvauus Backus, John 
Holbrook, John M. Payson, enquires. - 

Sterling — John Wylie, Thomas Backus, Dyer Ames, 
Richard Rurlingame, esquires. 

Thompson — Thaddeus Lamed, Noadiah Russell, George 
Larned, John Jacobs, jr. David H. Phipps. Simon Davis, jr. 
esquires. 

Volnnlown — Ailyn Campbell, James Alexander, Joha 
\Y ylie, esquires. 

Woodstock — John M'CIellan, John Fox, Nehemiah Child, 
Fbenezer Smith, Jonathan Morse, Ebenezer Stoddard, Na* 
Uianiel M'Clellau, enquires. 

PR A £ T I SING ATT OflNEY S. 
JabeZ Ci.a.i:K, esq. £>tate Attorneys 

Windham — Juhez Clark, Samuel Perkins. Phillip Howard^. 
David Young:, Jnhn Bahiv.in, John Filch, esquires. 

Adiford — William Perkins, David Boiler-, esquires. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Daniel Kies,' esquires 

Canterbury — Andrew T\. Judaon, Daniel Frost, y\ esq'rs. 

Columbia-— Asahel Clark, jr. esq. 

Hampton— Joseph Prentice, esq. 

KiUinghj — Ebenezer Young, esq. 

Lebanon — William T. Willi. on % e?q. 

Plain field — Joseph Eaton, Joh Moiyroe, esquire?. 

Pomfret — Sylvanus Backus, John Holbrook, Ebenezer 
Gmsvenor, esqujres. 

Thompson — George Larncd, Sim"ri Davis, jr. esquires. 

Woodstock — John M CleNan, Ebenezer Stoddard, esqVs. 
Henry Webb, esq Windham, Sheriff. 

Deputy -Sheriffs — Walter Uou.arh, Cuntc)bnry — John 

Gallup, Brooklyn — Elisha Gleason, Pomfret — llumfitfl Dut. 

to4>, Lebanon — Rhenettet' Eaton, jr. Pininjield — llenscllaer 

Oliilds, 11 oodstock — Comfort Carpenter, .Ishford. 

Samuel Donwace, Windham, Goa&fV 



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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 

COUNTY COURT. 
Hon. Aaron Austin, Judge, 
Daniel Hi Brinsmade, esq. Hon. Judson Canfield, Augus- 
tus Pettibone, Uriel Holmes, esquires. 

Julius Deming, esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Woleott, esq. Clerk, and Cierk of Superior 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield — James Morris, Julius Deminjr, Uriel Holmes, 
Seth Landon, Nathan Bassett, Roger N. Whittlesey, Aarcii 
Smith, James Gould, Peter Sherman, Asa Bacon, jr. Levi 
Catlin, Morris Woodruff, esquires. 

Burkkampstead—'VeXktSnh Allyn, Moses Hayden, Joha 
Merrils, Luke Loomis, esquires. 

Bethlem — David Bellamy, Ebenezer Perkins, Billy Am-' 
%• bier, George D. Casson, esquires. 

Canaan — John Elmore, Silas FrankHn, John Holabird, 
: Azariah Smith, esquires. 

Colehroolc Elijah Uockwel', Reuben Rockwell, Seth 

^Marshall, Nathan Bass, esquires. 

Cot*n&aU~-fp\w Sedgwick, Oliver Burnham, Benjamin 
Gold, Rufus Swift, esquires. 

Goshen— Adino Hale, Moses Lyman, jr. William Stanley, 
jr. Theodore North, esquires, 

Har-mngion — James Brace, Lewis Catlin, Benjamin Gris- 
wohl, Timothy Clark,. esquires. 

Kent — Julius Caswe.H, Mat< hew Elliott, John Raymond, 
Nathaniel P. Perry, Mills Bo: dwell, esqnires, 

J\ r eiV'!Iariford--Mo^i'V Mills, Chauneey Seymour, Wil- 
liam G. williarriSj Asa Goodwill, esquires. 

J\*ew-Miiford — Reuben Wa-ner, Eiisha Bostvvick, Ahijah 
Treat. David S Brardman, Nathaniel Taylor, Abel Mer- 
win, Ebenezer Smith, esquire?. 

Norfolk — F.l^azer Holt, Augustus Pettibone, Rerijftnin 
Welch, Joseph Batleil, Michael F. Mills, esquires. 

Pfymouth — Daniel Potter, Lake Potter, Calvin Butler* 
* Squires. 



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ftoxbnry — Elihu Canfield, Phineas Smith, esquires. 

Salisbury — Samuel Lee, Elisha Sterling, Lol \ T ortou, 
Martin Strong, John M. Holly, Eliphalel Whittlesey, esq's 

Sharon — Augustine Taylor, Daniel .St. John, Cal; in Gay, 
Samuel E. Everett, Oliver Kellogg, Cyrus Swan, Ansel 
Sterling, esquires. 

Torringtvn — Norman Griswold, Willia»m Battel!, Lyrnan 
"Wet more, Erastus Hedges, Russel C. Abcniathy, esquire?. 

Warren — John Tallmadge, Ebenezer Tanner, Benjamin 
Carter, Judah Eldred, esquires. 

H ashingion — Daniel N. Jlrinsmade, David Whittlesey, 
"William Cogswell, Elijah Hazen, esquires. 

Wntertoivn — Elijah Woodward, Charles Merriman, John 
II. I). Forest, Hoi brook Curtis, Garrit Smith, esquires. 

Winchester — Bliphaz Alvord, Samuel Hurlbut, Solomon 
Rockwell, Phineas Miner, Joseph Miller, esquires. 

Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, John Strong, jr. Matthew 
Miner, jr. .Nathaniel Bacon, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Elisiia. Strrling, esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield — Aaron Smith, James Gould, Asa Bacon, jua. 
Seth P. Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, esquires. 

Beth'em — Joseph \\. Bellamy* esq. 

Ca?ica»i-*John Elmore, William M. Burrall, Reuben 
Hunt, esquires. 

Cornwall- -George Wheaton, esq, 

Goshen —Theodore North, esq. 

Kent-" N ithaniel P. Perry, Henry Stoddard, esquires. 

J\ exv- liar! for d—\io%vv Miiis, Wm. G. William, ecqVs. 

.Yaw -Mil ford— David S. Boaruman, Perry Smith, Phiio 
N. Heacoek, Charles L. Masters, esquires, 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, Birdsey Baldwin, George B. 
Holt^esquires. 

Plymouth -Calvin B.itler, Steplien Shelton, esquires* 

Jtoxbury -Royal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, esq'rs. 

Salisbury -Elisha Sterling, Martin Strong, Sani'l Church, 
esquires. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, esquires. 

Torring-ton — < — Humphrey, esq. 

Washington— Williarrt Cogswell, Edmund Richmond, es^'s 

Watertown— Hoibrook Curtiss, esq. 



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Win chc tier— -Phincas Miner, Joseph Miller, esquires. 

Jl'oodbtiry-Nonh 15 Benedict, Malt hew Miner, )v John 
Strong, jr. similes B. Phelps, Joseph M- Palmer, esquires, 
John R, Lsndon, esq Litchfield, Sheriff'. 

Deputy- Sheriffs. — Horace Huntington, Litchfield. Sam- 
uel Comstoek, New Miljord. Oliver Case, New Hartford. 
Timothy Chktenden, jr. Salisbury. PhHo I)e Forest, 
Woodbury. J Calhoun, Cormvall. Linus Fenn, Plymouth* 
David Bird, BetMem. John N. Gunn, Washington. Wil- 
liam P. Russell, Canaan. 

Roger Cook, Litchfield, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OP MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Judge. 
FJiphalet Holmes, William Morgan, Seth Overton, Lem- 
uel Storrs, esquires. 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 
John Fisk, esq. Clerk ,and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

JWddletown — Samuel W. Dana, Matthew T- Russel, Ne- 
hemiah Hubbard, Ebenexer Sage, William Plumb, Isaac 
Gruiiey, John Pratt, Ebenezer Roberts, 2d. Eiijah Hubbard, 
Alexander Collins, Eli Coe, Samuel Wetmore, Jozeb Stock- 
ing, esquire?.' 

Haihlam— Ezra Brainard, Stephen Tibbils, Oliver Wells, 
Jonathan Huntington, jr. Reuben R. Chapman, Linus Par- 
melee, jr. esquires. 

Chatham— -Daniel Shepard, Seth Overton, John Parme- 
lee, David Clark, William Dixon, Asahel H. Strong, Cyrus 
Bill, Nathaniel Cornweil ,esquiie*. 

Durham- -Dm* Parmelee, Charles Coe, Curnsey Bates, 
Job Merwin, Isaac Newton, Worthing (on G. Chauncey, 
e-. quires. 

East-fhiddam — Rliphalet Holmes, Jonathan 0. Moseley, 
Ebenezer Holme?, John Bramard, Josiah Griffin, Israel 
Cone, William Cone, Sylvester Ciiapnvm, Isaac Cliapmau, 
esqukes. 



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Alllinffworth-- Joh Wright, Abraham Pierson, William 
Morgan, George Elliott, Dan Lane, Nathan //ull, Joel Gris- 
wold, Amaziah Bray, esquires. 

Sayhrook-- -Timothy Stacker, William /7art, Jonathan 
Lay, Samuel Tully, Thomas Siiliman, Samuel //art, John 
Hull, Samuel Williams, John Standard, Jonathan Warner, 
John Plan's, Clark Nott, Joseph //ill, George W. Jewett, 
Richard Ely, Klisha Bill, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
TTon. Stephen T. Hosmetj, State Attorney. 

JWddfetowii — Samuel W. Dana, Stephen T. Hosmer, 
Matthew T. Itussell, Enoch Huntington, Alexander Collins, 
Elijah Hubbard, Chauneey Whitielsey, Levi H. Clarke, 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. Major Andre Andrews, esquires. 

Iladdam — Linus Parmelee, jr. esq. 

Chatham — Asahel H. Strong, esq* 

East-IIaddam — Jonathan O. Moseley, Jarcd Spencer, E- 
paphroditus Champion, jr. Nathan L. Foster, William Hun- 
gei ford, esquires. 

Killingivorth — Amafciah Bray, Aaron II. Kelsey, esq'rs. 

Saybroob — George W. Jewett, Ely Warner, Jos«pU 
Platts, enquires. 

Enoch Parsons, esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Daniel Smith, Haddam Chevers Braiu- 
ard, Ebenezer Holmes, Easl-ffaddam. He man Starkey, 
i8ay brook, Jeremiah Taylor, Chatham. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 
Sylvester Gilbert, esq. Judge. 
Oliver King, David Hale, John Hall, Joel Jones, esquires. 
Elisha Stearns, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland— Jonathan Barnes, Jahez Kingsbury, Eiibhn 
Stearr.s, Solomon L. Fuller, John Bliss, esquires," 

JJolton — Samuel Carver, Saul Alvord, jr. Daniel Lord 
J udah_ Strong, IchaboU M. Warner, esquires. 



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.-Coventry— Jesse Root, David //ale, Daniel 2?tirftap, Na- 
than toward, Elisha Edgerton, Joseph Talcott, esquires. 

Ellington — John Ha?!, Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, esq'rs # 

Hebron — Sylvester Gilbert, Joel Jones, Elijah House, 
John H. Wells, Slewart Beebe, Peyton It. Gilbert, Ralph 
K. Bolls, esquires. 

Somers.— Benjamin Phelps, Giles Pease, Calvin Pitkin* 
esquires. 

Stafford — Ebenezer Gay, Samuel Willard, Daniel Peck, 
Benning Mann, Calvin Edson, esquires. 

Vernon— Oliver King, Phineas Talcott, Alexander M*- > 
Lean, esquires. 

Union —Samuel Crawford, Abijah Sessions, William Fos- 
ter, esquires. 

Willington-- Zebulon Crocker, Caleb Walker, Rhodolphus 
Wood worth, esquires. 



PPvACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland"- Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Wiliey, Elisha Stearns^ 
Alfred Smith, esquires. 
J3oltonSan\ Alvord, jr. esq. 
Coventry-" Jeremiah Parish, esq* 
Ellington — Asa Wiliey, esq* 

Hebron- -3 olin. T. Peters, Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert* 
esquires. 

Somers— Walter R. Kibbe, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 
Stajfor d~- Benning Mann, Elisha Wales, esquires. 
Willing ton— Rhodolphus Wood worth, esquire. 
George O. Gilbert, Hebron, Sheriff". 

Deputy Sheriffs. Ariel Ladd, Tolland. Aholiab John- 
Son, Stafford. Dudley B. Post, Bolton. Humphrey Ful- 
ler, L'eOYon. 

Joseph B. Blodget, Tolland, Gaokr. 



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COURTS OP PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
New-Haven 
New-London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield 
M iddlcto wn 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
Stamford 
Danlmry 
East- Had dam 
Norwich 
Pomfret 
Sharon 
Simsbury 
Stoningtoa 
Farmington 
WaMngtbrd 
Say brook 
Stratford 
East- Windsor 
Waterbury 
Norwalk 
New-Milford 
//ebron 
Granby 



Jim. 
Hon. 
Hon 



Jim 
fan. 



Judges, Clevis. 

Jonathan Brace .lames Wells 

Kliztir Goodrich John H. Lynde 

.Matthew Griswold Eben'rLearned 

Samuel Rowland Gershom Burr- 



Ilezeki; h Ripley 
,'Fred'k Woleott 
Asher Miller 

Rufus Adams 

Henry Hil 



Samuel Gray 
J. W. Huntington 
John Fisk 

Joseph Baton 
Willi .m Todd 



Augustus IVttibone George U. //olt 
Noah B. Benedict Matthew Miner, jr, 



ITon. 



E. Deavenport 
Daniel B» Cooke 
Isaac Spencer 2d 
And. Huntington 
T. Grosvenor 
Elisha Sterling 
Aaron Austin 
Ralph 7/mibut 
John Mix 
G. W. Stanley 
Jonathan Lay 
Sarn'l VV. Johnson 
Henry Terry 
John Kingsbury 
T. Sherman 
D. S. Board man 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Pliny Hilly* r 



Joseph Wood 
J. P. Cook 
Jared Spencer 
J. 7/tfntington 
L. Grosveimr 
Fred'k A. Sterling 
"William Stone 
Alex. G. Smith 
Martin Bull 
Joshua At water 
Dan Lane 
Win. A.Tomlinson 
William Dixon 
Rennet Bronson 
Win. M. Betts 
W. W. Board man 
Stuart Beebe 
Andrew D. Hil Iyer 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



7/aW/tfr<7---Enoch Perkins, Theodore Dwight, Hezekiah 
Huntin'gLon, Walter Mitchell. 

East Windsor-- Sherman Everest 

New*FIaven-- Eiizur Goodrich, Dyer White, John if. 
Lynde, Serano E, D wight, R, I. Ingersoli. 

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Jfierby — John Humphreys, jun. J'osiah DudJey. 

JVftT/ord-- -David *B. Ingersoll 

Wdllingford~*Gcovge W. Stanley 

New London — L. Law, E. Learned, William F.Brainard. 

Norwich— James Lanman, James Sledman, Joseph Wil- 
liams, //enry Strong. 

Colchester 

Slonington 

Jjt/me 

Fairfield 

Huntington 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Bridgeport 

J\ r orwalk 

IVindliam 

Brooklyn 

Woodstock 

JAtchfield 

Salisbury 

•Middle tovm- 
X,evi H.Clark. 

Jfaddani Linus Par melee, jun. 

Kilingxvorth Amaziah Bray 



Daniel Watrous 
Alexander G. Smith 
William Noyes 
Lewis B. Sturges 
ElishaT. Mills 
Ebenezer Davenport 
Victory Wetraore 
Joseph Backus 
Eliphalet Lockwood 
Samuel Perkins 
John Parish 

Jed'h Morse, John M'Cleliar* 
Frederick Wolcott 
Elisha Sterling 
-Stephen T. Hosmer, Matthew. T. Russel, 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS, 

FCR 1815. 



Towns • 
Ashford 
Darkhempstead 
l?erlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
IV z rah 
IV --an ford 
1'ristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 



Clerks. 
.Tosiah Byles 
John Me rill 
Roger Riley 
Samuel Church jr. 
Daniel Lord 
Asa Wood rough 
Mvelun'd Gould 
Rryan Hooker 
C. Chamberlain 
Simeon Hart 
Sum'i Scarborough 



Collectors. 
Ebenezer Byles 
Jos'h Humphrey 
Luther Becfcly 
Levcrett Judd 
John Ruggles 
Elijah Huntington 
Abel HoadJy 
Tracy Peck 
Czar Kearittg 
Willi;' m Marsh 
Jjseph i\Liee 



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Clerks. Collectors. 

Daniel Frost Samuel L. Hough 

Nathan Jenka Thomas Wilcox 

James Humphrey Ezra .//dams, j'r 

Zebulon Pen field Samuel Wilcox 



Hufus Hitchcock 
Elijah Rockwell 
Daniel Watrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Ellas Starr 



Stephen Jarvis 
Theron Rockwell 
John C. Bulkley 
Elam Lnomis 
Elias Hart 
Solomon Gilbert 
Oliver Shepard 



John L. Tomlinson Andrew J oh n son 



\V. G. Chauncey 

Be la Farnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
Timothy Gates 
Aaron Bissell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
John Mix 
Justin Hobart 
Eli Hartshorne 
John Hale 
A-dinQ Hale 
Judah Holcomb 
JVbez Fitch 
Amos A. Niles 
Bumuel Fouler 
Russell Pierpont 



Asahel Strong 
Nathan Audi us 
Pierpont Hoilister 
Israel Cone, j'r 
Select-Men 
Wyllys Russell 
Lott Killam 
Asa And re v." 
Thos. F. Rowland 
Alvan Abel 
Samuel Covil 
Samuel Chapin 
NatHanie| Pratt, j'r 
Ira Loekwood 
Stephen Haley 
Ebeh'r \V alkl ey. j'r 
Lewis Goodyear 



John BraJaard, 2<J. Joseph 11. Shaler 
Wm. A Brewster James Utley 
TJjomas Chester Josiah KeckwHH 
Warhatti Williams Israel Williams 
Elijah (Qayiortl UrL-.h Hopkins 

John S Peters Wi Mam, >*rowQ 

Samuel Wheeler Truman Peck 
]>an'i M. C imstockSamuei I» u*dw.eR 
. Abraham Pierson Jeremiah IJull 
Luther Warren Elisha L. Sprague 
Elisha Hutflhinson Isaiah Lopn^is, 3d. 
Jedcdiah Curnh&m Uoswell Adam* 



Town$. 
Litchfield 
Lv me 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Trie rid en 
Middlebury 
Middle tow a 
Mi 'ford 
Montville 
New Canaan 
Kvw- Fairfield 
New- Ha it ford 
New-Haven 
New -London 
New-Milford 
Newtown 
North-Haven 
Norfolk 
Norplk 
Norwich 

N ori h-Stonington 
Oxford 
Plair.field 
Pi)* mouth 
Pom fret 
Preston 
Redding' 
Ridgefield 
Roxbury 
Salisbury 
Say brook 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Somers 
S^uthington 
South bury 
Stadbrd 
St am ford 
Sterling 
Stonington 
Stratford 



^ Clerks. 
Moses Seymour 
Nathaniel Matson 
John Salter 
David B, Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. Townscnd 
John Fisk 
Samuel Highy 
Azei Rogers 
Samuel 'St. John 
Abel Gregory 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
David Colt 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Auren Hoys 
Jacob Osborn 



Collectors. 
Jacob Kilbourn 
Samuel C. Seidell 
Joseph Sargeant 
Joel Washburn 
Samuel Yale 
Horace JSrnuson 
Sylvester Wilcox 
Beard Baldwin 
George Alien 
EnosVVeed 
Samuel T. Barnui 
Matthew Gillet 
John Skinner 
Joseph Smith 
Briggs Ingersoll 
Rhesa Foot 
John Abbot 
Thomas Curliss 
Samuel Boutnu 



Philip Huntington Eben'r Hyde, j'r 
Stephen Avery Ichabod Brown 
Hosea Dutlou George Bennett 

Squire Cady William Hall ' 

Joseph A. Wright Aaron Finn, j r 
T. M. Grosvenor AsaConelaudl 
John Morgan j'r John T, Mott 
Jonathan R. SanfordBenjamin Meeker 
Samuel Stehbins '1 haddeus Olmstej 



Eliim Carifield 
Asa Hutchinson 
Ciarfc Nott 
Samuel Caofield 
David Northrop 
Jabez Collins 
Lucas Curtis 
John Moseley 
Samuel Blodgct 
ftamuel Hoy t, j'r 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Deane 
Elijah Ufford, 



Josiah R. Eastman 
Alexander Lamb 
Benjamin Holt 
Amos Beecher 
Harrison Hatch 
Oliver Coliins 
Lucas Curtis 
Richard Smith 
Elijah Johnson 
Isaac Bishop 
Benjamin Dow 
Z. Cheesebro', 2d, 
John Thompson 



Tn-ions, 
faffield 
HmsburV 

rhompsbn 
rolIaiiU 

I'orringtnn 

Prumbull 

Jnion 

Vernon 

Ifrftuntown 

Walllngtbrd 

tVarren 

iVashington 

Pfaterbury 

IVaterford 

i/Vatertown 

IVeston 

iVethersneld 

i#iiiirtg£oii 

LVilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Wood bridge 

VVbV)cibury 

Wood stock 

VYoicott 

The foregoing 
C'erhs 9 made to 
thick it has been 



m 

Clerks 
Oliver Pcaie 
Benjamin VAv 
Nathaniel Mills 
Eli'm H. Williams 
Johfl Gillet, )*r 
Eliakim Beach 
I lobe it Law son 
Oliver King 
James Alexander 
Hunn Munson 
George Starr 
D B Brinsmade 
John Kingsbury 
John Hempstead 
Aner Bradley 
Nathan Wheeler 
EzekielP, Beldea 
Zebulon Crocker 
Samuel Belden 
Hezokiah Ripley 
Fiisna N. Sill 
Fdiphaz AJvord 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
John Fox 
Isaac Bs-onson 
list h taken from the 
the State Treasurer 
ca reft i l/y co mptl red. 



Collector * t 

Gabriel Lewi"; 
James ('ornish 
Jacob Dressor, j'r 
Hczekiah Nye 
Barzillni Hudson 
Silas Heart; 3 
Gideon Wales 
Tho's W. Kellogg 
Samuel Ilobbius 
Jared Allen 
Isaac Slurtevant 
John M. Ford 
Elijah F. Merrill 
William Stuart 
T. Bihiwi), j'r 
James Gray 
Richard Robbins 
Chester Carpenter 
S Comstock, 2d. , 
Gurdon Trakf 
Timothy Phelps, j'r 
Roger Coe 
William Beecher 
Phiio De Forest 
Walter Johnson 
Clark Branson 
returns of the Town 
111 JliU/j 1 6 1 V, with 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 
Seorge Gillet, esq. Hebron, Tolland County, Surveyor 
Genera I 
DEPUTY SURVEYORS. 
County of Hartford '.--W i'liam Olcnstead, of Rast-H»».i -.'ford. 
County of j\ezv- Haven -M^as Beach, <>t Walfingford. 
County of J\ e-:o-fj,')?ido--i—M')<i?5 W^-reii, of Lyftie. 
County of &airfieliU-'J.08epb Moss Wh'Je, of Oanbuiy. 
County of lVincl?\$m — Lemuel Ingah, of PomfVcr. 
County of LiichHeid-'WiV.hm M. RuitkU, of Canaan. 
County of mMiiUtesex—'DiiiL L;uie, of idling vverth. 



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CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY*. 

OFFICERS ASD FELLOWS 

Of the Connecticut Medical Society, in Convention, 
October 1, 1814. 
Mason F. Cogswell, m.d. President. 
Timothy Hall, m. d. Vice-President. 
Doctor Joseph Foot, Secretary. 
Doctor Richard Eiy, Treasurer* 

Fellows from ike several Counties. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 
Mason F. Cogswell, m. d. Timothy Hall, m.d. Solomon 
Everest, m d. Simeon Field, John Bestor, m.d. 
N E W*H AY EN C O U N T Y . 
Joseph Foot, Eli Ives, M.D.Anson Foot, Pearl Craft3, 
Be la Fanium. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 
Avery Downer, Elisha North, m.d. John O. Miner, Sam» 
uel 11. V. Lee, George TisdaTe. 

FAIRF1EED COUNTY. 
Gideon Shepanl, m.d. Gideon Beards'ey, Daniel Com- 
stoek, Benjamin Curliss, Alfred M. Betts. 
WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Thomas Hubbard, m.d. Penifet Hutchins, Rufus John* 
, Darius Hutchhis, Joseph Palmer, j'r 

L T ' r C II F I F. L D CO tJ N T Y . 
Hathariiei Ferry, Ji.sse Carrtagtttci, Warren R. Fowler, 
Elijah Lyman, Jehiel Williams 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Hichard Ely, Samuel Garldr, John Richmond. 

TOWLi IND COUNTY. 
Nathan Howard, Rbodolyhus Lathi. Silas Fuller. 

Clerks of the several Counties. 

Hartford Coun4i/^-Xaihin Strong, jr. of liartfordi 

.V -j ftaven Couhhf-^hwney P. jjeers, of NT,ew-JfaVjen. 

..',-, j J yJ j ...j. i Ca&ntjjr- -lilbha North, M j. of N. liQiidou* 



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Fairfield County— Alfred H. Belt?, of Danbury. 
Windham County— William A. Brewster, of Hampton.- 
Litchfield County- -Elijuh Lyman, of ToiTingtpih 
•Middlesex Count */--> Samuel Carter, of Say brook. 
Tolland County — Uhodolphus Ladd, of Stafford. 

Committee of Examination with the Jllsdical Professors of 

Yale College. 
Ors. Joseph Foot, Thomas Hubbard, and Nathan Strong", jc 

rhe following Physicians were appointed Examining Com* 
mittees in the different Counties. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Doctor?, Sylvester Weils, Nathan Strong, jr. Jonathan 
St. Snarhawk. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

Doctors, Anson Foot, Timothy P. Beers, Pearl Crafts. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

Doctors, Thomas Coit, Rlisha North, m d. George Tisdate* 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Doctors, Gideon Shepard, m.d. Gideon Beard sley, Noah 
V.. Lacy. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Doctors, Joseph Palmer, jr. Andrew Harris, William A, 
Srewster. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Doctors, Nathaniel Perry, Warren R. Fowler, Jesse Car- 
ing ton. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Doctors, Jesse Bigelow, Sylvester Bulkley, William S. 
'ierson. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Doctors, Samuel Willard, Allen Hyde, Nathan Howard 



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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

PRACTISING IK THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

— «3> 

(£7" Necrhf all the Physicians practice Surgery in sotne 
cases f tut those only are classed here under the head of 
•' Surgeons" whose practice is confined to that depart* 
went. From this general oh servo Hon t however, must h& 
exempted a few instances, where the names of persons e- 
miaUy eminent in both departments) are arranged wider 
both heads. ■ 

COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 

Hartford. Charles Mather, Mason F. Cogswell, if. ©• 
fyh ester Wells, Leonard Bacon, Jonathan M. Sparhawk, 
if. d. Nathan Strong', jr. 

Berlin, Adna Stanley, John Andrews,, Josiah M. Ward 
Harvey Robinson, Samuel Hart 2d 

..Bristol* Titus Merrjman, Miles C. Francis. 

.Burlington. Ferry Mann, Elijah Flower. 

Canton. Solomon Everest, u. d. William Everitt, Bea« 
jam in Weed jun. 

East Hartford. George Griswoid, Timothy Hall, m. d. 
David Berr.ys. 

Fast- Windsor Elihu Tudor, Daniel Potter, Elijah F. 
Keecl, Henry A. Porter. 

JZfifieid. Simeon Field. ■ 

Far mngttm. Eli Todd, M. i>. Asahel Yale. 

frlasterjhury. Asaph Coleman, Horace Head* 

firaitby, Eliphalet Buck, Gideon Case, Marcus Potter* 
Daniel Benjamin, Joseph F. Jewett, » ■ M Kinney. 

i&triland. Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Bos worth. 

Atavlbsrotigh. Daniel Smith. 

Sftnsbuty. John liestor, m. d. 

Souihington. Josiah iioot, Mark Newell, Timothy Jones, 
Horace Ames. 

Svjield. Howard AMen, Oliver Pease, John W. Hench* 
ett. 

Wet her s field. Daniel Puller, Samuel B. Woodward, 
Arch-bald Hall. 

Windsor. Hezekiah Chaffee, Christopher Woleott, Afcfcl 
Siuiaioiis, Ckorge Pratt, James &, Itou. 



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SURG RONS. 

JTartford. Mason I«\ Cogswell, m. d. Dwell Morgan. 
East- Hartford, Timothy Kail, M. d. 



COUNTY OP NFAV-TIAVEN. 

NewJIaven. Eneas Munson, M. d. Levi Tves, m. d. "Nr- 
than Smith, m. d. (JWdftlh Hotchkiss, Elijah Munson, Eli 
Ives, m. d. James Gilbert, Jonathan Knight, Timothy P, 
Beers. 

Bran ford. .Tared Foot, Reuben Linsley, Orchard Gould, 
Hero an P. Brooks. 

(■heshzre. Thomas T. Cornwall, Charles Shelton. 
. Derby. Edward Craft, Liberty Kimberly, Pearl Craft. 

East- Iloven. Bcln Farnham. 

Guilford. Jonathan Todd, m. d. David S- Brooks, Jared 
RedfieM, Lyman Strong, Anson Foote, Samuel Fitch. 

Hamden. Return K.Jones, Chauneey Andrews. . 

JUeriden. Isaac P. Hough. 

JfHddlebury : Stephen & Hawley. 

JMilford. Caleb Austin, John Carrington, And'w French, 
William Tully. 

North- Haven. "Joseph Foot. 

Oxford. Hosea Dutton, A hi ram Stoddard, "Noah Stone. 

8oulhbnry. Anthony Burnt t, John Judson. 

IVaterbury. Joseph Porter, Edward Field, ——Johnson 

Wallingfird. John Andrews. 

IVoodbridge, Jehiel Caste!, Isaac Goodsell. 

Woicoti. John Potter, Ambrose Ives. 

SURGEONS. 

New-Haven. Xathan Smith, m.d. Jonathan Knight, 
Derby. Silas Baldwin. 
Wullingford, Moses Gay lord. 
Waterbury* Jesse Porter. 

COUNTY OF 1SEW-LONDON. 

New-London. Thomas Coit, Samuel II. P. Lee, Elisba 
North, *i d. Archibald Mercer, Samuel Hunting, Dyer 
Troop Brainard. Nathaniel S. Perkins. 

Norwich. Philemon Tracy, George Tudale, John Twi- 
ner, Thomas B. Buswell. 

JSozrah* John Scott* 



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Colchester, John R. Watrous, m.d. Howel Rogers, Eze- 
kiel Parsons. 

Franklin. Benjamin Ellis, Nathaniel Hyde, Elijah Harts- 
horn, Reuben Burgess. 

Groton. John O. Miner, John Smith. 
Lisbon. JederSiah Burnham, John Grant. 

Lyme. Samuel Mather, M.t>. Phineas Hyde, Vine Utler^ 
John L. Smith, Richard Noyes, John C. M. Brockway. 

Montville. Ephraim Fellows. 
* North- Stoning ton. John Billings, Thomas T. Wells. 

Preston, Avery Downer, Bishop Tyler, Benjamin Har- 
ris. 

Stonington, William Lord, William Robinson, William 
Hyde, John Smith. 

IVaterford, James Rogers. 

surgeqns. 

New-London, Elisha North, m.d. 

Norwich, John Turner. 

Colchester. John R. Watrous, m.d. 

Preston. Eleazer B. Downing 

COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 

Fairfield. Hosea Hurlbut, m d. David Hull, Darid Ric h- 
mond, William B. Nash. 

Danhurif. Daniel Comstock, jr. Alford H. Betts, Noah 
Lindsley, Samuel Banks, Ansel Hoyt. 

Brook field. Eli Perry , Noah A. Lacy. 

Greenwich, Elisha Belcher, Clark Sanford, Shadrach 
Mead, Darius Mead, Elisha R. Belcher, 

Huntington. William Shelton, Gideon Beardslee, Levi 
Beardslee, John A. Tomlinson, Sylvester Woosler. 

New Canaan. Joseph Silliman, Samuel S. Noyes. 

New-Fairjield. Isaac Knapp. 

Newtown. Bennet Perry, Gideon Shepard, M d. Oliver 
Bancroft, Benjamin Curtis, jr. 

Norwalk. Phineas Miller, Jonathan Knight. 

Sherman. John Orton. 

Redding. Thomas Davis, John Tomlinson, Joseph Odeil. 

Jtidgefield. David Perry, Amos Baker, Nehemiah Per- 
ry, ■ Hall. 

Stamford. Samuel Webb, Warren Percival, John Au- 
gur, Thomas Close, Nathaniel Hubbard 



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Stratford. James E. Beach, Charles Tomlinson, Daniel 
Beard, Nathan Tisdale, David M Rogers, Wtn.T. Shelton. 

Trumbull Stephen Middlebrook, Elijah Middlebrook, 
MD. Isaac Jennings. 

fVeston, Gabriel Baldwin, Uriah Parrock, Nathan J". 
Bennett. 

Wilton. Abraham Chichester, David Willard, 

SURGEONS. 

Netetottm, Bennet Perry. 
Stratford. Nathan Tisdale. 
TrumbulL Elijah Middlebrook, m d. 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 

Windham. — Christopher S. Avery, David Currier. 

Ashford. — Nehemiah Howe, Joseph Palmer, Andrew 
Huntington, Joseph Palmer, jr. 

Jivooklyn. — Waldo Hutchins, Jeptha Hebbard, Ebenezer 
Baker. 

Canterbury. — Rufus Johnson, Luther Spalding. 

Columbia. — Silas Fuller* 

Hampton. — John Brewster, Jacob Hover, Charles Moul- 
tor, William A. Brewster. 

Killingly. — -Penuel Hutchins, Robert Grosvenor. 

Lebanon. — Thaddeus Clark, Erastus Osgood. 

JWansfiekl — Jabez Adams, Roger Waldo, Isaac Hovey, 
Earl Swift 

PIalnHchl—%Vx\\ Filler, Jared Fuller, 

Pom/ret — Jonathan HuH, Thomas Hubbard, m.d. Dari- 
us Hutchins. 

Sterling. — Thomas Backus, John Patridge, Oliver Mulett. 

Thompson. — James Webb. 

Voluntoxun. — Allen Campbell, Daniel Campbell. 

IVoodstoclc,— Havilaqcl Morris, Ebenezer Bishop, Arrma 
Carrol, Joseph Seagreves, Thomas Morse, Daniel Lyman, 
Amos Carrol. 

SURGEONS. 

Windham.^—' Samuel Lee. 
Ashford. — Joseph IVioier, jr. 
Canterbury. — Andrew Harris. 
Lebanon — pflenoni Sweet. 
Pomfi at -r- Thomas Hubbard, M.D. 
IVoudslock. — Daniel Lymau. 



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COUNTY OF LITCHFIEL.D. 

Litcftjtsh! — Daniel Sheldon, Joseph Parker, Abel Gatlin, 
2d. Partridge Persons, Sherman B. Woodward, Samuel 
BueL John M. West, Cutler. 

Jiurkhempatead. — A moa Beeeher. 

Melh'em.— -Couant Catlin* 

Citiiaun.— Joshua Corn well, Ovicl Plumb. 

Cole brook.— Jesse Carrington, Lancelot Phelps. 

CornivalL — Joseph North, John Calhoun. 

Goshen — Erastus L. Hart, Norman Smith. 

Jjarwington.' — Timothy Clark, Koswell Aberncthy 

Kent.— John Raymond, .Wells Beardsiey, — Bennetf* 

New- Hartford. — Andrew Abemelhy, Thomas C. Bring-- 
made. 

JVew-JlIilford.—JehiQ] Williams, Israel Graves, Ebene- 
zer Smith, Reuben Warner, jr. 

Norfolk. — Benjamin Welch . 

Plymouth. — Ozias Warner, Gideon Woodruff, David 
Warner. 

jftoxfyiry,—?' Josiafoi R. Eastman. 

Salisbury. — William Walton, James R. Dodge, Asahel 
Humphrey, Perry Pratt. 

Sha ran. —Samuel Rockwell, John W. Smith, John Sears, 
Curtis l t Hurd, Elmore Eveiut. 

Tqrrington.— Samuel Woodward, M. D. Elijah Lyman, 
Ei * 'a st us Ban era ft. 

ffiirrert Aaron Coleman, Ralph Carter. 

WasldngUn. — Warren R. Fowler, Ira V. Bronson. 

Watertoxvn. — Samuel Elton, Anson Tin"-. 

Winchester. — Truman S. Wet more, Zepheniah Swift, 
Luman Wakefield, — —Noble. 

Woodbury. — Nathaniel Perry, Henry T» Orton, David" 
Or ton. 

STJRCEONS, 

Litchfield —Robert Catliri. 
Sharon. — Samuel Ft. Grander. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 

Middletown. — -John Osborn, Ebenezer Tracy, Isaac 
Conekling, Thomas Miner, jr. William M. Hand. " 
JJmhium. — Sylvester Bul^ley, Wright, 



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Chatham. — John Richmond, Isaac SmUh, jr. 

Durham. — William S. Piersnn, 

Eaxt-Ffaddam — Augustus Mather, Jonah Cone, 2d. Jes- 
se Sigelow, Asa M Holt. Moot. 

JjftUingwQrth. — Austin Gleott, Benjamin Mill, Rufus Tur- 
ner. 

Saybrooh. — Elisha Mather, Richard Ely, Samuel Carter, 
Ebenezer Cone, Gideon A* Dickinson. 

SURGEONS, 

JSliddletoivn.— Ebenezer Tracy. 
Chatham — David H. M olisten\ 
buybroGk. — Richard Ely. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 

TofowJ.— Gurdon Thompson, Ahijah Ladd,jr. 

Motion. — Ichabod Warner, Eleazer M'Kray. 

Co?wi£r#.— Nathan Howard, Ebenezer Hunt. 

Ellington — Ruggles Carpenter, Allyn Hyde, — Potwinc. 

JJebron. — John .&• Peters, — - — Wells, « — — Jsimonds. 

Corners. — John Wood, Horatio A. Hamilton, Charles W. 
Kibbe. 

Stafford. — Samuel Willard, Daniel Peck, Josiah Con- 
verse, jr Uodolphus Larkl. 

Vernon. — Seottoway Hinckky. 

Union. — Shubael Hammond. 

Willing ton, — Chester Cs rpe nter. 



SOCIETY OF FREE MASONS. 

OFFICERS OF KNIGHT TEMPLAr's ENCAMPMENT. 

James Baxter, Captain General. 
James Ward, 1st Captain. 
David Deming, 2d Captain. 
Ebenezer Perkins Marshal. 
John R. Watrous, Secretary* 
Asa Bigeiow, Treasurer. 



7b" 
GRAND CHAPTER OF CONNECTICUT. 

The following Companions ivere elected to the offices res\ 

pectively annexed to their names for tlie year ensvinm 

the third Tuesday of May, Anno R. JL M. 38 14 :—viz\ 

M, K. John U. Walrous, g. h. p. 

Alexander Collins, d. g. h. p. 

John M. Gannett, G. K. 

Levi H Clarke, g. s. 

Henry Champion, G. Treasurer. 

Charles Whittelsey, g. Secretary. 

Koger SeaYle, g. Chaplain. 

Consider S terry, G. Marshal. 

Samuel Bailey, g. Centinel. 

The Grand Convocations are holden semi-annually, at 
Hartford on the third Thursday of May, and at New-Ha- 
ven on the third Tuesday of October, in each year. 



The Chapters and Officers thereof, under the jurisdiction 
of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter, are as follows ?*~viz* 

Hiram Qliapter, r Samuel C. Blaekman, h* p. 
No. 1. < Timothy Shepard, K. 

JVeivtQivn . (. James Sears, Scribe. 

Franklin Chapter, r Laban Smith, h. p. 
No. 2. < Amos Duolittle, K. 

New* Haven. (. Henry W. Edwards, Scribe. 
Solomon s Chapter, C Francis French, h. p. 



omon s Chapter, C r rancis t rench, h. p. 
No. 3. < James Smith, k. 

Derby. (.John Hawley, Scribe; 

i 

, C John R. VYatrous, u. p 
< David Deming, k. 
L Guy Bigelow, Scribe. 
, f Levi H. Clarke, H. p. 
<* fios^er Searle, k. 
I VValter D. Smith, Scribe 



Franklin Chapter, f Consider S terry, h. p. 
No. 4. < Ebenezer Goer, K. 

Norivich. L Samuel Bailey, Scribe. 

Tandenhroeh Chapter, C John R. VYatrous, ii. p. 
No. 5. 
Colchester. 
Washington Chapter, 
No 6. 
Mddletown. 



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Vnion Chapter, f F/nenezer Perkins, H. p. 

No. 7. < John O'Brien, k. 

JVetv- London. \ Leonard 1). Richards, Scribe. 

Lynch Chapter, f Nathan Wheeler, H, p. 

No. 8 <{ Andrew L. Mill, K. 

Redding and Weston. \ Gabriel Baldwin, Scribe. 

Trinity Chapter, f Daniel Tildcn, h. p. 

No 9. <> John Baldwin, K. 

Windham. \_ Joshua Smith, Scribe. 

Fidelity Chapter, C Richard Smith, H. p. 

No 10. < William A. Bronson, K. 

Woodhuvy. \ Nathaniel Tutlle, Scribe. 
Rittenhouse Chapter, f Simeon H. Miner, h. p. 

No ll. J Phineas Miller, k. 

Samford. \ Ebenezer Mead, jun. Scribe. 

Warren Chapter, r ReRsellaer Child, h. p. 
No. 12. <^ Thomas Hubbard, K. 



{' 



Jerusalem Chapter, f Ashhel Baldwin, >i. p. 
No. 1.3. < xMatthias Nicoll, k. 

Stratford. \ Joel Jones, Scribe. 

Hamilton Chapter, f Daniel Parker, h. p. 
14. < Reuben H. Eooth, K. 



Kent 



OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT 

M. W. Stephen T. Hosmer, g. m. 
II. W. Solomon Cowles, d. g. m. 

W. Aaron Smith, s. G. w. 

W. James Ward, j. g, w. 

W. Henry Champion, G. t. 

W. John Mix, g s. 

\V. John H. I.ynde, s. g. d. 

W. Levi H. Clarke, j. g. i>. 



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MASTER LODGES IN CONNECTICUT. 



$$o. I. Hiram, New-Haven 
2. St. John's, Middletown 
.3. St. John's, Bridgeport 

4. St. John's, Hartford 

5. Union, Greenwich 

6. St. John's, Norwaik 

7. KingSolomon*s,Wood- 

bury 

8. St.. John's, Stratford 

9. Compass, Wallingford 

10. Wooster, Colchester 

11. St. Paul's Litchfield 

12. King Hiram, Derby 

13. Montgomery, Salisbury 

14. Frederick, Farmingtou 

15. Moriah, Canterbury 

16. Temple, Cheshire 

17. Federal, Water town. 

18. Hiram, Newtown 

19t Washing-ton* Hunting- 
ton 

20. Harmony, Berlin 

21. St. Peter's, N. MUford 

22. Hart's> Wood bridge 

23. St. James', Preston 
2i. Uriel, Mansfield 
l 25. Columbia, Stepney 
£6. Columbia, E. HauYam 
27. Kising Sun, Washing- 
ton 

58. Morning Star, East- 
Windsor 



46; 

47. 
43. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 



Village, New-Hartford. 
Day Spring, Hamden 
Union, New-London 
Meridian Sun, Warren 
Friendship* Southing- 
ton 
Somerset, Norwich 
Aurora, Harwington 
St. Mark's, Gran by 
Western Star, Norfolk 
St. Alban's, Guilford 
Ark, Weston 
Union, Danbury 
Fed and, JBrookfieid 
Harmony, Waterbury 
Trinity, Killingworth 
Eastern Star, Lebanon 

and Windham 
Pythagoras, Lyme 
Putnam, Pom fret 
Morning Star, Oxford 
St. Luke, Kent 
Jerusalem, R.dgefield 
Warren, Andovcr 
Warren, Chatham 
Mount Olive 
Widow's Son, North- 
Stouingtou 



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MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 

IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



COUNTY OF 
Hartford 

Uev. Nathan Strong, D. d. 
Abel Flint 

Nathan Perkins, tj.d 
Philander Chase E 

Elisha Cushman B 

Berlin — Benoni L'pson 
John Smalley, r>.o ") 
Newton Skinner 3 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality E 

Bristol — Jonathan Cone 

Daniel YVildman B 

Burlington" -Jona. Miller 
Vacant B 

Canton-— Jeremiah Halloek 
Jared Mills B 

East Hartford— Vacant 
Elisha Cooke 
Vacant B 

East-Windsor 

David M'Olure, fc^D. 1 
Thomas Uobbins J 

Shuhael Uartlett 
Nathaniel tluse E 

Enfield — Nehem. Prudden 
Vacant AC 

Vacant B 

Farming-ton — Noah Porter 
Ruins Hawley 

Glastenbury — P. tlawcs 
Joseph Strong 



HARTFORD. 

j Vacant E 

Granby— Isaac Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Vacant R 

Vacant B 

// irtlan d — Vacant 

Nathaniel Gaylord 
JMarlborough 

David B. Riplev 
Simsbury— Allen McLean 

Plurality B 

Vacant B 

Southington 

William Robinson 

Plurality K 

Vacant 13 

Sitffield*— Ebenczcr Gay 

Vacant 

Asahel Morse B 

Caleb Green B 

IVetherzfield 

John Marsh, d.d. 

Joab Brace 

Calvhi Chap in 

Vacant B 

J rinds or 

Henry A. Rowland 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Abel Gillet B 

Fedenck Chapman B 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN". 



JYew-Haven 
Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor'. 
Samuel M'erv.i 1 



Timothy Dwijht, fcB» 
Vacant & 

Vacant 



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J3r<iv. f&rd 

Timothy E. Gillett 

Matthew Noyes 

Charles Atwater 

Elijah G. Plumhe E 
Cheshire 

Humphrey M. Kerine 

Vacant 

Keuhen Ives E 

Vacant B 

Derby — Zephaniah Swift 

Abner Smith 

Richard Mansfield ? p 

Calvin White $ ^ 

East- Haven — Saul Clark 

Plurality E 

Grdlford— Aaron Button 

John Elliott 

William F. Vail 

John Ely 

David Baldwin E 

Ham den 

KUphalet B. Coleman 

Abraham ASliu 

Plurality E 

JWeriden — Erastus Ripley 

Samuel Miller B 



Vacant E 

Middiebury — Mark Mes cl 
Mclford — iiazaleel Pinneo 
Caleb Pitkin 
Erastus Scranton 
Vacant E 

North- Haven 

Benj. Trumbull, d.D. 
Vacant E 

Vacant U 

Oxford 

Nathaniel Freeman 
Chauncey Prindle E 
Southbury — Elijah Wood 

Ben net Tyler 
Walling ford 

J a rues Noyes 
Vacant E 

Joshua Bradley B 

Vacant B 

Water bury — Luke Wood 
Stephen Dodd 
Vacant E 

Wo Icott ~ Key e s 

Woodbridge — Jason Allen 
Nalhi G. Huntington 
Vacant E 



COUNTY 


OF 


»7VV?p- T.midon 




Kev,. Abel M'Ewen 




Vacant 


F 


Vacant 


E 


Dozvah — Vacant 




William Palmer 


B 


( c tches tcr — Sal m on Cone 


Nathaniel Dwi~ht 




Amasu Loomis 




William Witter 


B 


Vacant 


B 



OF NEVf-LONDON. 

Franklin — Samuel Notfc 
Groton — Timothy Tuitle 

Vacant AC 

hi las Burrows B 

John G. Whitman & 
Lisbon — Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, t> d. 

Amos Reed B 

Lyme — 1 *at h rop I? ock well 

Josiah Ilawes 

V aciiut 



r,3 



Asa Wilcox, P 
Matthew Bollcs li 


Vacant 


R 


Simeon Brown 


li 


Vacant Ac 


Preston— ^JtfHn Hyda 




JlloniwHe — Ahisha Alden 


Horatio Waldo 




Vacant 


Plurality 


E 


Robert Fargo AC 


Vacant 


AC 


Hen ben Palmer J> 


Vacant 


B 


Norwich 


Stoningteh — 1 ra H art 




Joseph Strong, d d. 


E. Cbesebi OOgh 


B 


Alfred Mitchell 


Ashler Miner 


B 


Jolm Tyler E 


Water ford 




John 8 terry B 


Zadock Darrow 


B 



JsTorih-Stomng-ton — Vacant 



COUNTY OF FATRFIFLD. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Heman Humphreys 

Flezektah Ripley, d,d 

William Beldeii 

Philo Sheltoji E 

Vacant B 

BvobMete-- Bela Kellogg 

Plurality * E 

JDdnbitby— William Andrus 

Vacant 

Reuben Hubbard E 

Ebcn'r White Sand, 



Nathan Buckley 
Green xinch — Vacant 

Isaac Lev/is, d.d 

Plurality 

Nathaniel Finch, j'r 

Drake Nelson 
Hw: ! higt(m 

Davi -i Ely, e.d. 

Vacant 

Meiizies Rryner 
New Canaan 

William Bona?y 

Plurality 



B 



JVew-fkiirfefd 
Mcdad Htogers 

WewtirtWi — 3 eh u Clark 

Daniel Burhanfl E 

John Sherman B 

So! >mon Gloi er U 

Norwallc — Roswel It. Swan 
Bethel Juml E 

Redding* Daniel Crocker - 

Kidgejicul — V a e an t 
Vacant 

Reuben Hubbard B 

Vacant B 

Sherman — Mai: by CcUton 

Stamford- — ) laniet bmitli 
A r»z« Lewis 
William Fisher 
Piatt Buffet 

Jonathan JiuUl E 

Frederick Smith . "> 
Marmruiuke Ear) ^ 

Stratford 

Matthew R, Duttrn 
Elijah Wafrerman 
Asiibel BattMa E 



04 



Vhllo SheUon 


ft 


Vacant 


B 


7 Vk;M & m / i — V a f a n t 




Plurality 


E 


Weston — Henry Shcri 


nan 


COUK 


TY 


IVhulJi Lhl 




Vacant 




ftjv. Jesse Fhhcr 




Vacant 


AC 


Vacant 


B 



Vacant B 

AJiford— Philo Judsoa 
Mollis Sampson 
William Siorrs 
Vacant B 

Vacant B 

Frederick Whitman B 

X»r ooklyn 

lyuther Wilson 7 

Josiah Whitney, d.d. y 
Daniel Fogg Ji 

CV. « ierbury — J?*a M eech 
Krastus Learned 

Co 'umbiu—~T hom&s K ieh 

Hampton — Ludov icus WeUl 
Vacant B 

Kt llin g ty — E 1 i s h a Atkins 
Israel Day 
Koswcil VV hit mo re 
Calvin Cooper B 

Jjebanon — Zebu ion Ely 

William B Ripley • 



David Behlen, V D) £ 
Wilton — Svlvanus llaight 
PluraHty E 

— — — SL John B 



WINDHAM. 

John H. Fowler 

Vac-sot 

Abel Palmer JS 

Mansfield 

Samuel P. Williams 

Moses C. Welch, D.D. 

Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwin B 
Plainfit'Ul 

Joe! Benedict, d.d. 

Nathaniel Cole B 

■Pumfret — James Porter 

Walter Lyon 

James Grow B 

Sterling — Vacant 
7 'hempson-— Daniel Dow 

PierS'ii Crosby B 

Voiunio'ivn — — Jonnson 

Vacant 

Vacant 
It codstock 

Eliphalet Lyman 

Vacant 

Ai\in Underwood 

George Angell B 

Vacant B 



COUNTY 
Litchfield 
Rev. Lyman Beecher 
Vacant 

Joseph E. Camp 
Vacai.t 



LITCHFIELD. 

Truman Marsh 
Isaac Jones 

Bat k/iempstead 
Klihu Mason 
Vacant 



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JSethlem — Vacant 

Plurality E 

Cawmn — Charles Prentice 

Pitkin C'lwles 

Vacant B 

Plurality B 

Qolebrooh 

Chauncey Lee 

Kufus Babcock B 

Cornwall 

Timothy Stone 

Vacant 

Vacant E 

Goshen — Joseph Harvey 
Harwington 

Joshua Williams 

Frederick Holcomb E 
Menb*~A&L Hlair 

Sturges Gilbert E 

New -Mar tford 

Ovrus Yale 

Vacant B 

New-Miljhrd 

Andrew Elliott 

Reuben Taylor 

Benjamin Benham E 
Norfolk — Vaean t 
Plymouth — Luther Kart 

Roger Searle E 

Plurality K 



Jioxhnry 

Fotdick Harrison 

Plurality K 

Isaae Puller B 

Sa lishury— V aean t 

Vacant E 

Sharon — David L. perry 

Orange Lyman 

Hezeki all West B 

Plurality E 

Torrinqton 

Alexander GiPett 

hamuel J. Mills 

Vacant B 

JFarren — Peter Starr 

Vacant B 

Washington 

Cyrus XV. Gray 

Samuel Whitttesev 

Plurality E 

Plurality E 

JVatertown~Uv\e\ G i i He y 

Vacant i-j 

Winchester 

Frederick Marsh 

James Beach 

Asa Tnlmadge B 

Isaac Bellows B 

Wood bury 

Henry P. Strong 

J. D ."Wilton E 



COUIiTY OF 
Jttiddletown 
Ilev. Dan Huntington 

Birdsey G» Noble, (d)E 
Joshua L Williams 
Vacant 

Thomas Miner 
Benjamin Graves AC 
George Phippea B 

JSsM^li Greta JU 



MIDDLESEX. 

Chatham^Eher L. Clark 

David Selden 

Joel West 

Manna h Miles 

William Welch 
Diu 7t«m— l>a vid Smith 

Vacant 
East-Kaddam 

Elijah Parsons 



8 


3 


William Lyman, d t>. j 


Samuel West B 


Joseph Vaii j 


S&ybroek 


Solomon Biakesley E j 


.. Freder'k W, Ilotchkisa 


Xfyddam— DavicJ i). Field i 


Aaron Hovey 


_ Vacant. B 


Sylvester Seiden 


A'7Ji/.'> rpvorth — Vacant 


Vacant 


Asa King 


Pluraiify R 


3 'lurality E 


Vacant 13 


John-Walerhouse M 


Oh ver Wilson li 


.— • ' 




COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 


TVfafej 


Vacant E 


Rev N. Williams, d.d. ? 


Somert — YVdHani L. Strong 


An* 1 Nash S 


$lajjord— Vacant 


U. Boiles B 


Vacant 


Jhl:on — Vacant 


Vacant 


Coventry— Vaca ri t 


1 .b.'i'^ui! iiioss, jr, ii 


K;>lWmi T, Woodruff 


Union*- V a'cant 


Royal Tyler 


>Y ; . io^-T-Ebenezer Ke'Ioqg 


'XSUiwftin 


Wiiiinsribn 


Diodate BrocVway 


Hubl.il L'.'Orrvs 


Hebron— A m os Ba sset't 


David LHiiLvluge B 


Nathan Giiiett 


.; 



List of unsettled Ministers, as reported to the General *$s m 
sneiaiion of ' Connecticut > Jiaw, L8J4. 

Fev. Mj©sshs. David Avery. Mansfieh] ; Sinwri Backup, 

niel C. Hanks, 



Da 



Bridgeport ; Djvvid Bacon, dies 

Fait field; Jonathan nartle.tt>Jie*hlin.s: ; Uerahnm Bttckley, 
Middle.' own ; Arms Chase, Liiteliftelfti Aaron Cleavelar.d 
Norwich j Abraham Fowler, Waterbury; Josiah Harris, 
Warren ; Oliver Hitchcock, Cheshire ; Calvin Fag-ids, Staf- 
ford ; Amasa Jerome, New-Hartford ; Gordon Johnson, 
KiHingly; William Lockwood, (Hasten bury ; William F. 
Millar, WftraSorj JVrhn Noyes, Weston; "Daniel Farken, 
Sharon ; Samuel Stebbins, Sunshiny; Stthhen W. Stebbjn*, 
Favt-Haven; Samuel Stiirge*, Danoury ; John Taylor, B-n- 
iieid ; Joseph Treat, New -Mil ford ; Daniel Waldo, S utile hi j 
Klijah G. Wells, Nevy-IIartiurd. 



S7 
List of Candidate* for the Ministry, as reported to the Gen- 
eral Association, June, !Sl4. 
Messrs. Samuel Backus, Canterbury ; I>:\ni<-1 Banks, 
Weston; Solo man Brown, Litchfield; George Chandler, 
Middlctown ; Israel K!y, Sharon.; Cornelius B. ftverest, 
Cornwall; Asaliel GayWrd, Norfolk; Francis Kin^, Ver- 
non; John Langdon, Yale-College, New-Haven ; Jonathan 
Lee, {Salisbury ; A rami liinsley, Branford ; John Marsh, jr. 
Wethersfield"; Joseph Mix, New- Haven ; Asnhel Nt ttle- 
ton, Killingworth ; Royal Robbihs, Wethersfield; Robert 
C. bobbins, Colchester ; Francis L. Robhins, Norfolk ; Da 
vid A. Sherman, ISevv-lIaven ; Hezekiah G. Uiibrd, Strat- 
ford. 

Episcopal Clergymen residing in the diocess of Connecticut, 
and not settldin any Parish. 
Rev. TiHotson Bronson, d.d. Cheshire ; Asa Cornwall, 
Cheshire; Chauncey Prindle, Oxford; Jasper D. Jones, 
Simsbury ; Nathan B. oar get, Milford ; Aipheus Gear, 
(Deacon,) Newtown. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND CONSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this s!ate thirteen Associations and Conso- 
ciations, viz. Hartford, North ; Hartford, South ; New-Ha- 
ven, West; New-Haven, RaH; New-London; Fairfield 
West; Fairfield, East ; 'Windham* Original; tVindnam, 
Last; Litchfield, North ; Litchfield, South ; Middlesex and 
Toliand. 

Note.— Associations are composed of Ministers slone ; 
Consociations, of Ministers, with a delegate tVom their res- 
pective Churches. 



-GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

This body meets annually, on the third Tuesday in June, 
It is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association. There is also united with them a representa- 
tion of three members of the General Assembly of the Pres- 
byterian Church in the United States ; of one member from 
She General Convention of Congregational and Presfcyteii- 



38 
an Ministers in Vermout ; of two members from the &ea. 
eral Association of Massachusetts proper ; and of two mem- 
bers from the General Association of New-Hamps.hire. To 
these several Bodies, the General Association of Connecti- 
cut sends annually the same number of Representatives- 

The next annual me'fctlpg ol the General Association is to 
be at Dan bury. 

Committee chosen by the General Association to certify the 
regular standing &f 'Preachers, travelling from this State 
to other parts of the United States. 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, d.d. 

William Robinson, 

Berij. Trumbull, dd. 

Matthew NPoyes, 

Joseph Strong*, d.d. 

Isaac Lewis, d.d. 
The Kev. Abel Flint, is Treasurer of the General Asso- 
ciation. 



Rev. David Ely, d.d. 

Moses C. Welch, d.d. 
Samuel J. Mills, 
Lyman Beecher, 
Fred'k W. Hotchkiss, 
Nathan Williams, d.d 



The following persons are receivers of money in their several 
Associations, Jor the treasury of the General Association;? 



Rev. Henry A, Rowland, 
William Robinson, 
Samuel Merwin 
Timothy P. Giliett, 
Samuel Nott, 
Roswell R. Swan, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
Ludovicus W r eld, 
Charles Prentiss, 
Joshua Williams, 
David D. Field, 
Ephraim T Woodruff 



Trustees of the Bishop's Fund. 



Rev. Philo Shelton, 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, 
Bev. Henry Whitlock, 
Hon. Jonathan lngersoll, 
Klias Shipman, esq. 
William Heron, esq. 

Hon. Jonathan lngersoll, President* 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 

Charles Sigournej, esq. Treasurer. 



Jonathan Starr, esq. 
John Morgan, esq. 
Evan Mai bone, esq. 
Nathan Smith, esq. 
Charles Sigourney, esq. 



Rev. Daniel Hurhant, 

Bethel J udd. 



Standing Committee of the episcopal Convention of Con* 
necticut. 

Rev. Tillotson RronsOn, d d. 

Ashbel Baldwin, 
Henry Whitlock, 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary of tie Convention. 

The Convention is held on the first Wednesday of June, 
annually. 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

(Incorporated October, IS(>2.) 

The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. — 

Officers of the Society, for the year commencing on the first 

Wednesday of August, 1814. 

TRUSTEES. 

I Uev. Nathan Perkins, d.b, 
! Kev. Samuel Nolt, 
I Uev. Calvin Ch pin 
j Kev. Moses C. Welch, D. B» 
Uev. Andrew Yates, 
Uev. Samuel Goodrich* 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer, 
Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 
Hon. John Tread well, Chairman, and 
Rev. Abel Flint, Secretary of the board of Trustees*, 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, i 

Enoch Perkins, esq. > Committee of Accounts, 

Rev. Abel Flint, V 

Hon- Jonathan Brace, "\ 

Enoch Perkins, esq, < 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, d.d- I 

Rev Samuel Nott, r Committee of \Mi$$iQ*t% 

Rev. Moses C. Welch, dd. j 
Rev. Andrew Yales, | 

Rev. Abe! Flint, ^ 



Hon. John Tread well, 
Hon. Aarcn Austin, 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
David Hale, esq. 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 



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CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

llh Excellency John Cotton Smith, President* 
Hon. .Jedediah Huntington, New-London, \ 
Rev. Samuel Nott, Franklin, C Vice- 

Rev. Samuel Merwm, New-Haven, ? Presidents, 

Rev. Lyman Beeeher, Litchfield, j 

Henry Hudson, Mart ford, Secretary. 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer. 

His Hon. Chauneey Goodrich, Hartford, ^ 

Samuel Pitkin, esq. East-Hartford, ! 

Hon. Theodore D wight, Hartford, 

Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Windsor, I n . .. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, Wethersfield, I cX^e 

Rev. Andrew Yale*, East-Hartford, f ^°' nmU[ee > 

lehabod L. 'Skinner, esq. Hartford, 

Rev. Samuel Goodrich, Berlin, j 

Rev. Noah Porter, Farmington, J 

Rev. Abel Flint, Hartford, general agent for purchasing 
and distributing Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles aie 
to be made. 

The Treasurer, ' \ 

Julius Deminff, esq 1 . f « r -^ , 

Guy lliolianl* e»i. \ Agents of Deposit. 

Charles Sherman, esq. } 

Deacon Joseph Plait Cooke,^ 
Rev. Roswed R. Swan, P 

Hon. John Davenport, jr. I a . J 7 _. Al 

Jonathaa Hntmaum, esq. -^ts to search out the 
Jonathan Lay, esq. > p<Jor m their respective 

Kev. Wiliiara Lyman, D. d. \ %*?£? SKftff*" 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. ply them -with liibUs. 

Jabez Clark, esq. I 

Rev. Joel Benedict, j 

Ichahod L» Skinner, esq. \ 

Rev. Samuel Goodrich, f Corresponding 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, / Committee. 

Rev Andrew Yates, j 

C Annual meeting at Hartford the second Thursday of May 9 
at S o'clock, JL M.J 



01 

CONNECTICUT SOCIETY, 

tfOR THE PROMOTION OF COOD BIOIIAL3. 

Officers for the year ending May % 1S15. 
John Tread well) esq. President 

iion, rt, ^ 

Hon. Tapping llct;\c, > Vicc-Vreddcnts* 
Hon. Simeon Baldwin, J 

Jeremiah Day, esq. Corresponding Secretaiy. 

'Thomas Day, esq. Recording Secretary. 

Gen. Jedctfiah Huntington* "^ 

Hon. Roger M Shtflrmanj 

Sylvanus liaokus, esq. 

Rev. C ul vi n C h a\A ri, r Co ??: mit tee. 

Sylvester Gilbert, esq. j 

Rev. Lyman i»eec!ior, .' 

Gen. Gam! Smith* ~* 



Resolutions passed ah ihe semi-annual meding^ held at 
A e*v- Haven > Oclobe r 20, 1 814. 
•Vhereas the measures recently adopted to prevent 
the profanation of the Sabbath, by travelling for secular 
business and needles recreations; bare, in some instances 
been less successful Lhan was desired and expected, be- 
cause undertaken by only a few individuals, located at such 
distances from each other as to afford no mutual assistance. 
./2nd, whereas, for the suopre-sion of this evil, an vtni'Oeratil 
effort seems indispensable, that the towns may afford each 
other that mutual aid which experience proves neeesfta* 
ry :•— Therefore, 

Resolved^ That this Society respectfully, and very earn- 
sstly request the civil and executive authority in every town 
o unite in persevering exertions to prevent the violation of 
he laws in support of the Sabbath ; Aho, 

Resolved, To request the Branch Societies throughout 
:he state, to pledge -themselves to afford the civil and exec- 
utive authority every requisite aid, in securing that observ- 
ance of the sabbath which the laws demand, for the welfare 
Bf community. 



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The Ilev. Samuel T\ Williams was appointed to deliver 
the Sermon at the next semi annual meeting; and in ease , 
•f his failure, the Kev. ,/forou Dattpn to supply his place. 



CO^?TECTICUT 

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY, 



Vice-Presidents. 



Kev. Timothy Dwigh?, d.d. l.t,.d. President. 

Kev. -Samuel Merwin, 1 
Jeremiah Day, esq. \ 
De Lauzen De Forest, esq. Secretary. 

Jeremiah Day, e?q. "^ 

Kev. Nathaniel W Taylor, i 

Kev. Samuel Alerwin," ySjecial Committee. 

Kev, Claudius Herrick, I 

Gen. Mezek'ah Howe, J 



Timothy Bishop, 7 „ ,. 

L:wis Llotchkiss, § . UCi "" 



Gen. Hezekiah Howe, Treasurer, and General Agent for 
receiving subscriptions and distributing Tracts 

— — — stflRgS* ¥&* eKtf ^ — ■ ■ ■ 

MINISTERS' ANNUITY SOCIETY. 

(Incorporated May, 1814.) 

The object of this society is to provide annuities for the 
widows and children of deceased Ministers. The Society 
is to mee*j annually m Hartford, the second Thursday ef 
May, at 4 o'clock, i\ M. 

Officers of the Society^ 
Kev. Abe! Flint, President. 
Kev. Elijah Waterman, Vice-President. 
Kev, Andrew Yut;s, Secretary. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Kev. Andrew Yatts, "> 

Uev. Thomas !{obbin«, 
Rev, Sliubael B.rtlett, \Dhrctorz.. 

Kev. William L. Strong, t 
I.Urt. Joshua \j Williams. J 



93 
OFFICERS 

\Of the Charitable Society for the Education bf irJiqcnl pi* 
eht* yowtg men, fun tie MCnhtry 6/ the GotpeL 

lion. Tapping Reeve, Prenitlent. 

Nev. Samuel Mtrwin, Vice-I J >eside?tt. 

Iter. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 
Stephen Twining, esq. Preasurerm 
Charles Sherman, esq. Auditor. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 



NEW-IIAVEN. 

Hon. ELizuii Goodrich, Mayor. 
Aldermen- 
Henry Daggett, 1! Simeon Baldwin, 

Joseph Darling:. || Charles Denison, esquires. 

Kiisha Murismi, esq City Clerk. 
Natl) an Beers, esq. Treasurer. 
Dyer White, Clerk pf City Court. 
$.eth P. Staples, esq City Attorney. 
John Skinner, Josiah 13. Morse, City Sheriffs. 
Common Council J) Jen, 
James Hillliouse, Hezekhrh Hotchkiss, Thaddeus Beeck* 
er, Ebenezer Peck, Daniel Ueed, Kleazer Foster, Henry 
Daggett, jun. Jojin 11. Jacocks, Seth P. Staples, Laban 
Smith. 

C 'Annual Meeting first 7 uesday in June. J 

NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Krainard, esq. Mayor. 

Aldermen, 

Elias Perkins, If Kiisha Dennison, 

Lymari Law, || Samuel Green* esquires. 

fatty Richards, esq. Treasurer. 

Wiliiam h\ Bra'mard, esq Clerk, of City Court. 

David Coit, esq. City Clerk. 

Hezckiah Goddard, Ephraira Chesebroogh, Sheriffs* 



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Common- Council Men, 
Tbaddeiis Brooks, Chester Kimball, John Way, Frede* 
rsck Miner, Edward Hall am, Daniel Chapman. 

( Annual Meeting second Monday in June. J 

HARTFORD. 
His Honor Chauscev Goodrich, esq. Mayor. 
Jildeir.ien. 
Jonathan ttrace, || John Caldwell, 

Theodore J) wight, (j John |f. organ, esquires. 

William Whiteman^sq. City C>eik,-md Clerk of City Courts 
t Horace Wads worth, Edward Moore, Sheriffs. 

Andrew Km^sbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Josiali Beek v vorth, Collector. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Auditor of City Accounts. 
Cdmmon- Council JSien. 
Enoch Perkins, Kichard Goodman, James llosmer, Jacob 
Sergeant, James Wan!, John Lefnngweli, Peter Thatcher, 
Thomas S. Williams, Thomas Bull, Michael Olcott, John 
Mi Gannett, William Ely. 

( Annual Meeting last Monday in March. J 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, esq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Lemuel Storrs, t{ Timothy Southmayd, 

Nehemiah Hubbard, || William C Hall, esquires. 

Asahel Eoomis, Harvey Tread way, Sheriffs. 
John Ehk, Clerk, i\v,<\ Clerk of City Court. 
Common- Council Men. 
Jehosnph-at Starr,* Alexander Collins, John R Watkinson, 
Eleazer Dunham, Henry Cjfirrfftgtort» Samuel Cooper, 
Samuel Gill, Elijah Hubbard, Chauncey Whittlesey, Tho- 
mas Mather, Samuel Wetmore, Samuel Southmayd. 
C Annual Meeting third Monday in January. J 
* Deceased. 

— t3> — 

NORWICH. 

Hon. Calvin Gcdbard, Mayor. 



05 

Aldermen, 
Tfcrthaniel Rhipman, II Krastns Huntington, 

Simeon Thomas, || Joseph \\ iiliams, esquire*. 

Ebenezer Hyde, jun. Charles V. HParrington, Sheriffs, 

Andrew Huntington, ewi. Treasurer. 

James Lanmun, tsfj. City Attorney. 

Common-Council Men. 
Gerard F. Carpenter, Nathaniel Townsend, Joseph "IV. 
Tracy, Joseph Huntington, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull* 
John He Witt. 

C Annual Meeting the third Monday in April J 



STONING TON BOROUGH. 

Joseph Smith, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Elijah Palmer, Amos Palmer, Amos Den ison, Reuben 
Cheesebrough, Jonathan Pendleton, George Hubbard, 
Thomas Ash. 

Gurdon Trtimbufl, Clerk. 

Oliver York, BsilhT. 

"William W. Rodman, Treasurer. 

BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

John S. Cannon, Warden. 
Jhirgeszes. 
"Reuben Tweedy, Isaac Hinman, Joseph Backus, Samuel 
Hawley, Daniel Sterling, Salmon Hubbel. 
Richard Hyde, Clerk. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, President. | Thos. S. Williams, Secretary. 



Elias Shipmau, President. | John bh'pman, Secretary* 



fl6 ' 
MWDLETOWjW 

Ebenezer Sage, President. | Charles Whittlesey, Secretary 

NEW LONDON. 
Jarejl Starr, President. | David Coir, Secretary. 



NO tl WW if. 
Thomas Lathrop, President- | Samuel Tvler, Secretary. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry , President. 

Walter Mitchell, Secretary. 

Directors.—- Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, Da'tid 

Watkinson, Daniel Buck, Thomas Glover, Thomas K. 

Brace, James H. Wells, Ward Woodbridge,Iienry Hudson. 

NEW RAVEN. 

Isaac Tomlinson, President. 

John K* Lynde, Secretary. 
Directors.— -Isaac Tomlinson, John Nicoit, Titus Street, 
William Hawlty, John lb Jacocks, Wiliiam Bristol, Na» 
than Smith, Aaron Smith, William McCrackan. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 

Jonathan Barnes, jun. Secretary. 

Directors." -Elijah Hubbard, John 11. Wntkinson, Samuel 

Wetmore, Joseph W. Alsop, Josiah Williams, Daniel 

Rand, Samuel Gill. 

NORWICH. 

Ebenezer Huntington, Treasurer. 
Joseph Wi Dams, Secretary. 
Directors. — Nathaniel Shipman. D*?iiel Coit, Benjamia 
Coit, Erastus Huntington, Jesse Breed, Hezekiah Perkins, 
©barles P. Huntington, Daniel LatUrep, James Stedman. 



97 
BANKS, IN CONNECTICUT. 

— q» — 
HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, President. 
Horace Burr, Cashier. 
Directors. John Caldwell, John Morgan, Ephraim Ro©t f 
George Goodwin, William Mrosely, Nathaniel Terry, An- 
drew Kingsbury, Julius Deming, Jonathan Cowles. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, 24. Thursday of June. 



PHOENIX BANK. 

(Incorporated May, 1814.} f 
Capital, 1,000,000 dollars \\ payable by instalments of 
12 dols. 50 cts. on a share, at the expiration of every niaetfr 
days from July 6, 1814. 

PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD. 

Normaud Knox, President. 

George Beach, Cashier. 

Directors. Normand Knox, Ward W'dodfcridge, Samme! 

Tudor, jr.Charles Sigourney,Daniei Hnek.Thomas K. Braee, 

Moses Tryon jr. Jona. W*. Edwards, John Russ, Michael 

Olcott, Russel Banco. 



BRANCH l,ANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Tall mad ge, e r »q President. 
James Butler, Cashier. 
Directors, Benjamin Tallmadge, Aaron Smith, James 
Gould, Henry Wadsworlh, Elisha Sterling', Solomon Rock- 
Well, Morris'Woodruff. 

Atmual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in Sept. 



NEW-HAV&N BANK. 
JEnezs Munson, jr. President* 
% H. R. Pynchon, Cashier. 

directors. iEoeas MunsOn jr. Frederick Hunt, GUbert 
Totten, Stephen Huggms, Titus Street, Abraham Bishop, 
Kbenezer Peck, Isaao Tomiinson, John Nieo'l. 

Annual meeting' of Stockholders li'st Thursday of July. 
Da}s of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

7 



98 
EAGLE-BANK, OF NEW-HAVEN. 

William W. Woolsey, President. 
George Hoadlv, Cashier. 
Directors. William W Woolsey, Charles Denison, A- 
hraham Bradley 3d. Roger Sherman, Henry Daggett jun. 
Simeon Baldwin, Timothy D wight jun. Kneeland Towns- 
end, Gad Peck. 

Annual meeting f»f Stockholders, third Tuesday in July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 o'clock A.*M to 3 o'clock P. M. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Jedediah Huntington, President. 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 
Directors. Jedediah Huntington, Bela Peck Geo. Hal- 
lam, Daniel Lathrop, Jonathan Starr, Joseph Perkins, Ly- 
in&nLaw, Guy Richards, Joseph Carew, Edward Hallam, 
John Hallam, Richard M'Curdy, Nathaniel Jtichards. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of June 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, President. 

Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

Directors* Elisha Denison, Eli; s Faj kins, Edward Chap- 

pell, Isaac Thompson, William Williams, Jacob. B Gurley. 

Calvin GockJard, James Lewis, William P. Cleaveland 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Ebenezer Huntington, President. 
Hezekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. Ebenezer Huntington, Thomas Lathrop, Sim- 
eon Breed, Jabez Huntington, John L Buswell, Roger 
JEiutketey Zachain^h Huntington, Dwight Ripley, Charles 
P Huntington. Benjamin Cok, Asa Fitch, Joseph Hunting- 
ton, Andrew Perkins 

Days fi r Discount. Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from K) to ?: 2 A. M. and from -2 to 4 P.M. Annual 
meeting of Stockholder s, litird Monday of June. 



90 
MIDDLETOVVN RANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 
Timoi hy Soulhma) d, Cashier. 
Directors. Nehemiah Hubbard, Ebenezer Sa£e, Lemuel 
Storrs, Elijah Hubbard, Josiah Williams, John It Watkin- 
son, Jo9e*h W. Alsop. 

Days For discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness 9 to 12?' A.M. and U m 2 to 4 P.M. Annual meeting 
®f Stockholders, first Tuesday of January. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaae Bronson, President. 
George Hoyt, Cashier. 
Directors. Isaac Bronson, Samuel W. Johnson, John S. 
Cannon, Elijah Boardman, Isaac Hinman, Ebenezer Jesup, 
Joseph Nichols, Salmon Hubbell, David Mjnot 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, First Wednesday of J-uiy. 



DERBY BANK. 

"William Lefiingwell, President. 
John Pitch, Cashier. 
Directors. William Leffingwell, Elias Shipman, Da- 
vid Daggett, Leman Stone, James Lev i;, William Mans- 
field, James Henry, Garry Bacon, Thomas Vose, Charles 
Sherman, David Tomlioson 

Annual meeting* of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 



DERBY FISHING COMPANY. 



Cannehl Gillet, President. 
Samuel J. Andrews, Secretary, 
Directors. Canfield Giliet, Nathan Wheeler, SamuclJ, 
Andrews, Liberty Kimberly, John Humphrey-, Sheldon C. 
Curtiss, William Thompson, Clark Elliot, John Fitch. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholder?, second Monday of Jan- 
uary. 



100 
INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 



Hon. Elizur Goodrich, Inspector General. 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF BEEF AND PORK. 

Jared Scarborough, esq for Hartford county. 
Dyer White, esq. for jSew-Haven county. 
Shubael Breed, esq. for New-London county. 
Samuel Rowland, esq- for Fairfield county 
John Parish, esq for Windham County. 
James Morris, esq. for Litchfield county. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. for Tolland county. 



DEPUTY INSPECTORS OF FISH, 

For New-London and Middlesex counties* 
Eiiphalet Holmes, esq. | Shubael Breed, esq. 



TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Names of Roads* Capt, Stock. Names of Commh^rs. 
Hartford and I 7C , oa J Shubael fcrisvold, 

New-Haven, ft ' yJ "^ Joua. E. Porter, esq'rs 

I ' J Enoch Perkins, 

^ranby, ^> b > J ^S Koger Hooker, es'qrs 

Fairfield, Weston, K - 058 J Samuel i Rowland, 
«n4 Redding, ( ' ^ Daniel B, Cooke, esq'rs 

KimtyiitJ Jonathan K. Porter, 
Gusatoniek, rw^Wj ^hsniel Rcssetcr, esq's 

New -Haven and I o <r X J D 3 er WbUe, 

l> er by f *■' } Nathan'! ttosseter, esq'rs 

s v . otmr J Jonathan E. Porter, 

Oxford, F ¥b ^ Nathau'l Uosseter, esq'rs 

Kev^I.or.don and *f ** ** Q J Henry Champion, 
1 vmc > U>J5JJ ^ Koger Bulkier, esq'rs 

' I ' ,,j Jonathan!*. Ported, 

R5mmoo ralte, f ?,w^ Nathao*! Hosseter, efti ! 



JSfomes of Roads. 
Farmington Riier, 

Green Woods, 

Canaan and 
Litchfield, 

Cheshire, 

Straits, 

Litchfield and 

Harwinton, 
Litchfield and 

New-Milford, 
Farmington and 

Bristol, 

Boston, 

Hartford and 

Tolland, 
Windham ar.d 

Coventry, 
East Haddam and 

Colchester, 
Bridgeport and 

Newtown, 
Somers and 

Woodstock, 
Danburv and 

Ridgefield, 

Tolland County, 

Nor walk and 
Danbury, 

New-Preston, 

Torrington, 

Norwich and 
Woodstock, 



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Capt, Stock. Name* of CommUfi's. 
S.11 <kqJ Aaron Austin, 
9»ll t m<<j j cre ro*h W. Phelps, esq's 



v in ihrJ Aaron Austin, 

> l ^ 5U?>< ; Jerem'h W. Phelps, esq's 

1 mfftJ Aaron Austin, 

10,6d0< jerem'h W.Phelps, 

oa rrmJ A aron Austin, 

2J,ojy<; Thoma8 Darling, esq'rs 
• tt.,:..i uJS — ~„ 



esq's 



-r "c\qJ Uriel Holmes, 
" >' J8< 1 John P.. Landon, esq'rs 
- no J Uriel Holmes, 
5 >™^S Dan. N. Brinsmade, esq's 
j mi J Uriel Holme*, 
4 > 59I <! Dan. N. Brfi.2 



israade, esq's 
,-„-.; Knoch Perkins, 
l5,J/a<^ Roger Hooker, esq'rs 
OA „. J Ebenezer Huntington, 
**iW»^ Shuhael Griswold, esq'rs 
o <w<;J Aal * 0l » Austin, 
^f^ John Caldwell, esq'rs 



V c ror J Ebenezer Huntington, 
f 8,7 *o<^ shubael Griswold, esq'rs 
v e OQQ I Matthew Griswold, 
f ^"S Joel Foot, esq'rs 
L«a oet J Samuel Rowland, 
f ^ 881 <; Daniel B. Cooke, esq'rs 
an ntQ J Biliakim Chapman, 
- > ' 8< ^ Lemuel King, esq'rs 
tfriJ *» mu el Rowland 
*>"' "S Daniel B. Cooke, esq'rs 



, „ ,. j Lemuel Ingals, 



\ 

> 5,480 <j 



Jabcz Clark, esq'rs 
j Samuel Rowland, 
1 Daniel B.Cooke, esq'rs 

Uriel Ho]mes, I 

Da k N. Brinsmade, esq's 

Uriel Holmes, 

Dm. N. Biinsmnde, esq's 



Vm on;J Ebenex^p Huntington, 
f l M**S Bwda Peck, esq'rs 



Names of Roads. 
Taicott Lvioiiiitam, 
Hebron arid 

Middle-Haddam, 
Connecticut and. 

Rhode-Island, 
Sp'ishmy and 

Canaan, 

Middle Turnpike, 

New London and 
Windham, 

Hartford and 
New-London, 

Connecticut Turn- 
pike, 

Middlesex, 

Hartford, Tolland, 
Windham and New- 
London Counties, 
Stafford Mineral 

Spring, 
New -Haven and Mil- 

tbrd, 
Woodstock and 

Thompson, 
Wind haul arid Mans- 

fieiu., 

Goshen and Sharon, 
Co! vim hi a, 

Colchester and Nor- 
wich, 

Waierbury River, 



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Capt Stock. Names of Commie r$ t 

J> 13,574 L S 1Q H ^Ywold, 
r ' ^Horace Higley, esq rs 



. Roger IJulkley, 

8 »* ,w rMohu H. Wells, esq'rs 

Kbenezer Huntington, 



i io r c, 'i fcbenezer Hunting! 

p>i^,UDi J>g hubae| Griswoid, esq'rs 

V^ a nn« L Aaron Austin, 

r b > W5 J> J ere. W. Phelps, esq'rs 

S>24 52S i^sa Chapman, 

r ^ 4 > 5 ^ f* Aaron Benedict, esq'rs 

i f. Q ne L Ebenezer Huntington, 

\ 5, ^ d5 pVn, T. Williams, esq's 

i frit- LEpaphmditus Champion, ■ 

« ' D {Henry Champion, osq'rs 

^36,3i5 ^" aniel ■"-•- C0 " ke ' 



amuel Rowland, esq'rs 
, rn ,J Shubael Griswoid, 
lb,0b9 } John Caldwell, esq'rs 

L ca^<! Ehenezer Huntington, 
-> 6,04d-j W m.T. Williams, esq's 



> 



J> 5,631^ 



L in -~r\<> Aaron Austin, 
r ,Uj3/y ^ John Caldwell, esq'rs 
i ttt.it. J Dyer White, 

f 14 '^ Nathan/1 Roaseler, esq's 
Ehenezer Huntington, 
Shubae! Griswold, esq'rs 
El ben e z e r H u n t i n gto n , 
Ha n ry We b i > / esq' rs 
Aaron Austin, 
J ere. W. Phelps, esq'rs 
Roger Bnlkley, 
John H. Wcl's, esq'rs 



|> 39,511^ 

Sharon &; Cornwall, r 3,565"^ 

M'ddletowu and Mer- J> .7 g 5 5< 
idea, f ' » 



J> 16,185<J 
I » 

>>i6 s 522<j 

!> 7,663^ 

^ M ff<^ Henry Champion, 
r 6,156^) R , }ger Bulkley, esq'rs 



Aaron Austin, 

J ere. W. Phelps, esq'rs 

John Caldwell, 

Shubael Griswoid, esa^r$, 



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CapU Stock. Names of Commis\is: 
^ * ror<* D»vid Smith, 
r> 5,02u^ j ohn r. Landon, esffri 



C .. ft .„J Seth Overton, 

^•14,94^ shubael Griswold, esq rs 

r 8 .3* 3< } jere. W. Phelps, esq'rs 

L nn«^ Asher Miller, 

r 9^ 086 > ichM U Skinner, esq'rs 

J o coo J Ebenezer Huntington, 

P M-""^ Shubael Griswold, 

L noo^J Eliphalet Holmes 

i> 9 » 086 <! Alexander Colli- 



esq'rs 



ins, esq rs 



\ Enoch Perkins, 
r* —"""""^ Roger Hooker, esq rs 



m 



Charles Coe, 
Ich'd L. Skinner, esq rs 
Henry Champion, 
Roger Bulkley, es'qr* 



J Nathaniel Rosseter, 



Names of Roads* 

Washington, 

Middletown and Ber- 
lin, 

Warren, 

Colchester and Chat- 
ham, 

Thompson, 

Chatham and Marlbo- 
rough, 

Hartland, 

Durham and East- 

Guilford, 
Killingworth and 
Haddam, 

Middletown, Durham I ^ «»«•»««- m yrz\ ."- * ^ 

and New-Haven, > 1 Alexander Col Ins, esq s 

So^ngton and Wa- ^ _<j J^jBfi* esq , 
Pomfre/and »r) ^^SSSS^ 
Mohegan* from New- ! j Ebenezer Huntingdon 

London to Nor- \ ^ Jared ^air, Dwight Un- 

w ich. I ^y, Lyman Law, esq rs 

V5Wtf< ^^haniel Rosseter, 
Washington Bridge, f } Elias shipman, esq rs 

! «< Matthew Griswold, 

Niantick Bridge, p- ] E (i as Perkins, esq rs 

! <( Ichabod L. Skinner, 

> ) David Ch